About this program

Start Date

September 2024


Fort Frances


Sioux Lookout

Program Length

Four years




Lakehead University

About the program

Become a culturally competent member of an interprofessional health care team that meets the needs of society while maximizing health care outcomes through communication, health promotion and health protection strategies. Learn valuable skills in anatomy, physiology, psychology, wellness and more.

Semester 1

NURS1050 Relational Theory I
NURS1511 Relational Nursing Practice 1
NURS1080 Applied Anatomy & Physiology
PSYC1100 Introductory Psychology
MATH0212 Statistics for the Health Scientist

Semester 2

NURS1052 Relational Theory II
NURS1512 Relational Nursing Practice 2
NURS1080 Applied Anatomy & Physiology
PSYC1100 Introductory Psychology
NURS1351 Nursing Inquiry

Semester 3

NURS2700 Integrated Sciences
NURS2055 Adult Illness Concepts I
NURS2212 Health & Wellness Concepts I
NURS2511 Relational Nursing Practice 3
FCE Elective

Semester 4

NURS2700 Integrated Sciences
NURS2056 Adult Illness Concepts II
NURS2213 Health & Wellness Concepts II
NURS2520 Relational Nursing Practice 4

Semester 5

NURS3031 Childbearing Family Theory
NURS3032 Child & Youth Theory
NURS3511 Relational Nursing Practice 5
NURS3033 Family Theory
FCE Elective

Semester 6

NURS3034 Mental Health/Illness Theory
NURS3035 Complex Care of Older Adults
NURS3512 Relational Nursing Practice 6
NURS3513 Relational Nursing Practice 7
NURS3036 Community/Population Theory

Semester 7

NURS4050 Nursing Leadership
NURS4051 Nursing Research
NURS4111 Advanced Topics in Nursing
NURS4501 Relational Nursing Practice 8
FCE Elective

Semester 8

NURS4502 Relational Nursing Practice 9
NURS4503 Relational Nursing Practice 10


Option A

  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma
  • Grade 12 U English
  • Grade 12 U Biology
  • Grade 12 U Chemistry
  • Grade 12 U Math
  • 2 additional grade 12 U or M credits

Option B

  • All Nation Nurses Entry Certificate

Option C

  • Registered Practical Nurse Diploma
  • Must be in good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario
  • Minimum overall average of 70%
  • 4U Math
  • SCH4U

If you require any of the above grade 12 credits, contact SGEI’s Secondary School.

Are you missing program prerequisites?

Are you missing prerequisites for a program? We can help! SGEI offers common prerequisite courses during the summer, or we can arrange for you to complete a test to enter the program. All you have to do is apply, and we will be in touch with you.


Tuition (Year 1)

Tuition (Year 2)

Tuition (Years 3 and 4)

Funding opportunities

If you need assistance funding your education, visit our Financial Aid page to learn more about bursaries, grants, OSAP and more.

Meet your coordinator(s)

Our dedicated program coordinators are here to help you succeed, both in and out of the classroom.

Sydney King

Fort Frances campus
(807) 274-2796

Wendy Tseng

Kenora campus
(807) 468-3096

Nicole Robertson

Sioux Lookout campus
(807) 737-2897

Have questions? Connect with a coordinator!

Have questions about this program? Contact a coordinator directly or submit your question(s) below and a program coordinator will reach out to you.

Career options

  • Medical or Surgical Acute Care Nurse
  • Maternal-Infant Nurse
  • Mental Health Nurse
  • Pediatric Nurse
  • Community Health Nurse
  • Peri-Operative Nurse
  • Critical Care Nurse
  • Occupational Health and Safety Nurse
  • Nurse Administrator
  • Infection Control Office


I also want to say thank you to our coordinator, Nicole. She goes above and beyond for the students, she is accommodating and understanding to each persons needs. Nicole has contributed greatly to my positive experience at SGEI so far and I am grateful we have her for the remainder of our journey.
Tianna Masotti
BScN Student

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