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Bachelor of Nursing (Level 7)

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Course details

Summary

The Bachelor of Nursing (Level 7) is the three-year degree qualification for those intending to become a registered nurse. After completing this degree, students sit the Nursing Council of New Zealand exam to complete their registration. There is a high demand for nurses both the Waikato, throughout New Zealand, and globally, and there are strong job outcomes for Wintec nursing graduates. 98% of Wintec nursing graduates from November 2018, are currently employed as registered nurses*.
*Source: NETS graduate destination survey.

Tihei Mauri Ora roopu

Students who identify as Māori or Pasifika have the option to complete their Bachelor of Nursing degree  in the Tihei Mauri Ora stream. Through this unique programme, students will develop the knowledge and skills needed to become a registered nurse while incorporating knowledge and perspectives from both the western and Māori worlds.

Do you already hold a bachelor’s degree?

Nursing applicants who are already degree-qualified could be eligible to study the Master of Nursing Science (Pre-registration) programme. Find out more here.

The nursing programmes at Wintec involve a combination of theoretical knowledge and hands-on learning in real-life healthcare environments. While studying, you will have the opportunity to provide nursing care to health consumers, whānau, and communities in supervised environments. Here you can build your knowledge and skills so that as a graduate, you can step straight into the workforce feeling confident and work-ready.

Haere mai

Press the play button above to meet our Bachelor of Nursing team, who will support you throughout your nursing journey.

Watch this video to see what it is like to study nursing at Wintec.

What you will learn

This degree includes the study of:

  • Professional nursing knowledge
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Research skills
  • Human science
  • Clinical and health assessment
  • Management and leadership
  • Biculturalism
  • Integration of the Treaty of Waitangi into nursing

You will learn through lectures, tutorials, directed study, and nursing practice in a variety of settings. These settings may include placements within the community and in hospitals. It is expected that you will complete a significant amount of self-driven study in addition to this.

View programme modules

Students enrolled prior to 2020 in version 1 of the Bachelor of Nursing will complete the modules as identified below.  

Year 1 - Level 5 modules

Module codeModule titleLevelCreditsPre-requisitesCo-requisites
HLBN511Introduction to Nursing515  
HLBN512
or
HLTM512 ^
Developing the Professional Self515  
HLBN513Nursing through the Lifespan515  
HLSC514Human Body for Nursing515  
HLBN521
or
HLTM521 ^
Social Context of Nursing in New Zealand515HLBN512
or
HLTM512 ^
 
HLBN522Promoting Health and Wellness515HLBN513 
HLBN523Introduction to Nursing Practice 515HLBN513
HLSC514
 
HLSC524Human Body and Introduction to Pharmacology515HLSC514 

Year 2 - Level 6 modules

Module codeModule titleLevelCreditsPre-requisitesCo-requisites
HLBN611BNursing Practice 1630All level 5 modulesHLBN612
HLBN612Clinical Practicum 1630All level 5 modulesHLBN611B
HLBN621BNursing Practice 2630HLBN611B
HLBN612
HLBN622
HLBN622Clinical Practicum 2630HLBN611B
HLBN612
HLBN621B

Year 3 - Level 7 modules

Module codeModule titleLevelCreditsPre-requisitesCo-requisites
HLBN711BNursing Practice 3730All level 6 modulesHLBN712
HLBN712Clinical Practicum 3730All level 6 modulesHLBN711B
HLBN721Integrated Practice760HLBN711B
HLBN712
 

 

^ Tihei Mauri Ora modules

Students enrolled from 2020 in version 2 of the Bachelor of Nursing will complete the modules as identified below.  

Year 1 - Level 5 modules

Module codeModule titleLevelCreditsPre-requisitesCo-requisites
NURS511Mātauranga Whakahāngai – He Tūāpapa/ Knowledge for Practice – Foundation 515  
NURS512
Hauora ā-Hapori/Hauora in Communities 515  
NURS513Mahi Ngaio - Ngā Momo Mōhiotanga/Professional Practice - Ways of Knowing 515  
NURS514Koiora Tangata 1/Human Science 1515  
NURS521
Mātauranga Whakahāngai – He Hāpai Hauora/Knowledge for Practice – Primary Care  515

NURS511

NURS512

NURS513

NURS514

NURS522
NURS522Wā Whakanohonoho – Te Whānau me te Hapori/Clinical Practicum – Primary Care  515

NURS511

NURS512

NURS513

NURS514

NURS521
NURS523Ngā Horopaki Papori o ngā Tapuhi o Aotearoa/Social Context of Nursing in Aotearoa 515

NURS511

NURS512

NURS513

NURS514

 
NURS524Koiora Tangata 2/Human Science 2515NURS514 

Year 2 - Level 6 modules

Module codeModule titleLevelCreditsPre-requisitesCo-requisites
NURS631Mātauranga Whakahāngai – Te Mahi Tiaki Rawa/Knowledge for Practice – Complex Care  630All level 5 modules 
NURS632
Wā Whakanohonoho – Te Mahi Tiaki Rawa/Clinical Practicum – Complex Care630All level 5 modules 
NURS641Mātauranga Whakahāngai – Te Mahi Tiaki Tonu/Knowledge for Practice – Continuing Care615All level 5 modules 
NURS642Wā Whakanohonoho – Te Mahi Tiaki Tonu/Clinical Practicum – Continuing Care630All level 5 modules 
NURS643
Hauora Māori 615

All level 5 modules

 

Year 3 - Level 7 modules

Module codeModule titleLevelCreditsPre-requisitesCo-requisites
NURS751Mātauranga whakahāngai – Hauora ā-Hinengaro me ngā Waranga/Knowledge for Practice – Mental Health and Addictions715All level 6 modules 
NURS752
Wā Whakanohonoho – Hauora ā-Hinengaro me ngā Waranga/Clinical Practicum – Mental Health and Addictions 730All level 6 modules 
NURS753Te Whakaaroaro mō te Whakahaere Rongoā/Clinical Reasoning for Medication Management715All level 6 modules 
NURS761Ārahitanga me te Rangahau mō te Mahi Tapuhi/Leadership and Research for Nursing715All level 6 modules 
NURS762
Te Mahi Kōtui/Integrated Practice 745

NURS751

NURS752

NURS753

 

Student profile

Bachelor of Nursing student Dayna Samuel
Dayna Samuel
Second year Bachelor of Nursing student, Tihei Mauri Ora stream
Psychiatric assistant, midwifery aide and healthcare assistant, Griffin Healthcare
Recipient of the Dame Te Ātairangikaahu Nursing scholarship, 2018

In her first year of a nursing degree, Dayna Samuel won the Dame Te Ātairangikaahu Nursing Scholarship and was approached by the General Manager of private healthcare company Griffin Healthcare to work as a psychiatric assistant, midwifery aide and healthcare assistant. 

“One of my old friends, who I met in Foundation studies, works for the company and she told them about me. I was approached by the GM to see if I wanted a job.”

As a midwifery aide Dayna goes out with a Lead Maternity Carer to assist; this could be cleaning up mess or comforting family. Her role as a healthcare assistant is similar as she works on the floor helping nurses with whatever they need done.

Working as a psychiatric assistant is the hardest part of her job, as she goes on call outs with the crisis team who are part of the Waikato District Health Board, but she says her time at Wintec is preparing her well for what she has to face.

“It’s not all Shortland Street mode. [The degree] is difficult but it prepares you for the harsh world and the harsh reality of nursing. It also teaches you that you do have to work hard, it doesn’t just get handed to you. Here, they teach you hard work and independence and self-reliance.”

Studying in the Tihei Mauri Ora stream has created a support network for Dayna that goes beyond classroom friendships.

“Tihei Mauri Ora (TMO) is a stream offered to Māori and Pasifika students in Nursing. I like the quote ‘struggle together, succeed together’ and that’s what TMO is about. We’re there for each other during school and outside of school, we help each other out because we all have our strengths and weaknesses and we put our strengths together.”

“My study would have been different if I wasn’t in the TMO stream.”

Career/further opportunities

Graduates will sit a Nursing Council of New Zealand registration exam to become a registered nurse.

Roles can include:

  • A registered nurse in private or public hospitals in the mental health sector, in independent practice, or in the defence services
  • Nursing lecturer
  • Medical representative
  • Health consultant or administrator
  • Community nurse
  • Specialty nurse

Frequently asked questions

What can I expect from the class schedule and workload?

You will be expected to study for approximately 40 hours per week over 4-5 days per week at Wintec, with 25 hours in-class, and 15 hours of homework. As you progress through your degree, the theory element reduces, while the practical element increases: 

1st year – 75% theory, 25% practicum  

2nd year – 50% theory, 50% practicum  

3rd year – 25% theory, 75% practicum 

Are there any additional costs associated with this programme??

Information about the additional costs of studying this programme can be found here

For overseas qualifications and cross-crediting, please contact us directly by using the form at the end of this page. 
Will I need textbooks?
A full list of required textbooks can be found here.
Where will clinical placements be, and for how long?
In their first year, students will undertake a placement for four days within a 30-kilometre radius of Hamilton. In their second year, students will complete two four-week placements and one seven-week placement anywhere within the Waikato DHB region. Third year will see students complete two four-week placements, and one 10-week placement anywhere within the Waikato DHB region. 
 
Please note that while students are on placement, they will need access to a computer and the internet so they can undertake assessments and communicate with their tutor.
Undergraduate, semester, pathway, module and crossdisciplinary - what do these words mean?
‘Undergraduate’ means any study up to the level of completing a bachelor’s degree. Our academic year is made up of two main semesters, one from February to June, and the other from July to November. We also have a summer semester for some classes. A degree is made up of a mix of compulsory and elective modules; modules are worth between 15 and 60 credits. A year’s worth of full-time study equates to 120 credits. 

Are you interested in this degree?

​1. Check that you meet the entry requirements​.

If you do not meet the entry criteria for the course you are interested in, please contact us so we can talk you through what your pathway options are.

​​There are ways, such as studying a foundations studies course, that can help you gain the necessary entry criteria required to get started. You may need to complete the Te Are Pūtake My Academic Pathway course. Or, if it is your basic science knowledge that is holding you back, you may be able to complete the 12-week Science Online course.

2. Understand the application process.

We have a step-by-step guide for those interested in applying for nursing here.

All applications require some supporting documents, however, these don't need to be supplied immediately. Applicants can begin an online application now. 

It is good to get an understanding of the full process. Check all the requirements for the Bachelor of Nursing application here: ​

Application process​​​​​

  1.  Apply online here or download and complete an Application to Enrol Form here.
  2. Complete the online Self-Disclosure Form here.
  3. If you are unsure if you meet the entry criteria, complete the Additional Information Form here so that your situation can be further assessed.
  4. If you have them, provide certified copies of your prior academic transcripts. Find out more about supporting material for enrolment here.
  5. Your identity (legal name and date of birth) and/or residency status may need to be verified: 
    For domestic students, this may be possible to validate through your National Student Number (NSN). If not, you will be requested to supply verified copies of your birth certificate or passport. A confirmation will be sent to you once your application has been received - you will be notified if anything further is required from you.
  6. Review the checklist here to ensure you have included all necessary documentation.

    Once you’ve submitted your application

    You will receive confirmation that your application has been received and will let you know if there is anything additional that we need from you. 

    Your application will be assessed, and you will be informed of the outcome. 

    If you are accepted to study, you will be sent an enrolment offer letter – you’ll need to accept this to confirm your place on the programme. Click here to find out more about enrolment and accepting your offer.

    After you’ve accepted your offer

    If you do not have a current Comprehensive First Aid Certificate (NZQA units 6400, 6401 and 6402) you will need to complete this before you start the programme. 

    At the start of the programme, you will also need to provide evidence of your immunity and vaccination status. Your doctor will need to complete the specific Centre for Health and Social Practice’s Immunisation Document which can be found here

    During your induction, you will be required to complete several safety checks to comply with the provisions of the Vulnerable Children Act 2014. You can find out more about the safety check process and the Vulnerable Children Act here.

    Disclaimers

    Entry criteria

    Do you already have a bachelor's degree?

    You could be eligible to study the Master of Nursing Science (Pre-registration) programme. Find out more.

    General academic admission

    a) Candidates are required to have:

    i) University Entrance (UE) or equivalent is the minimum requirement to enter the Bachelor of Nursing programme. To qualify for entry you will need NCEA Level 3 comprised of 60 credits at NCEA Level 3 or above and 20 credits at NCEA Level 2 or above, including:

    (1) 14 credits each at NCEA Level 3 in three approved subjects made up of:

    (a) 14 credits in Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Science;
    (b) 14 credits in an English language-rich subject (such as English, History, Art History, Classics, Geography, Economics, Media Studies or Religious Studies); and
    (c) 14 credits in one further approved subject.

    ii) Literacy - 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of:

    (1) 5 credits in reading
    (2) 5 credits in writing

    iii) Numeracy - 10 credits at Level 1 or above, made up of:

    (1) achievement standards – specified achievement standards available through a range of subjects, or
    (2) unit standards - package of three numeracy unit standards (26623, 26626, 26627- all three required).

    b) Candidates who have studied on a Nursing Degree programme at another institution will need to meet the Bachelor of Nursing programme entry requirements or equivalent. They will also need evidence of a B grade average (i.e. above a B minus average) and a letter of recommendation and a confidential report on the student from the Head of School of the previous programme, before they will be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Nursing programme.

    c) Applicants who have completed an approved foundation, bridging or tertiary introductory programme in Health at Level 4, with 60% or higher in all modules will be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Nursing programme.

    UE 2020

    Applicants who achieved University Entrance through NCEA in 2020 will be assessed under separate NZQA entry requirements that take into account the impacts of COVID-19. Candidates are required to have:

    • University Entrance (UE), or equivalent, comprised of 60 credits at NCEA Level 3 or above and 20 credits at NCEA Level 2 or above, including:
      • 12 credits each at NCEA Level 3 in three approved subjects made up of:
        • 12 credits in Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Science;
        • 12 credits in an English language-rich subject (such as English, History, Art History, Classics, Geography, Economics, Media Studies, or Religious Studies).

    Special admission

    Domestic candidates aged 20 years or over who do not meet the General Academic Admission requirements but whose skills, education or work experience indicate that they have a reasonable chance of success may be eligible for Special Admission. Special admission will be granted at the discretion of the Centre Director or designated nominee. Such candidates may be required to successfully complete a foundation, bridging or tertiary introductory programme as a condition of entry into the Bachelor of Nursing.

    Selection criteria

    a) All candidates are required to:

    i) complete the standard Wintec application form
    ii) complete a self-declaration of criminal convictions
    iii) complete a self-declaration of mental or physical condition

    Candidates may also be required to provide additional information and/or attend an interview in order for their application to be assessed.

    b) Registered and Enrolled Nurses applying to enter the programme are required to provide verified copies of qualifications and Annual Practising Certificates (APC).

    c) Candidates are required in their application to indicate whether they have been convicted of, or are prosecuted for, a criminal offence. Candidates should be aware that, under the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 (HPCA Act (2003) some types of criminal conviction may result in the NCNZ declining a person registration in the registered nurse scope of practice. 

    d) Candidates are required in their application to indicate whether they have had a mental or physical condition that may prevent them entering the Bachelor of Nursing programme. Candidates should be aware that, under the HPCA Act (2003) some types of physical or mental conditions may result in the NCNZ declining a person registration in the registered nurse scope of practice.

    Clinical placement requirement

    a) Before undertaking clinical placement within the programme, candidates will be required to provide a written health and immunity status assessment from their health practitioner.

    b) Candidates who do not have current registration as a Nurse must hold a current First Aid Certificate (covering NZQA Unit Standards 6400, 6401 and 6402) prior to undertaking clinical placement in the programme.

    Safety check

    In order to comply with the provisions of the Vulnerable Children’s Act, 2014 and Child Protection Policies for all ‘specified organisations’ providing a ‘regulated service’, all candidates/students will be subjected to safety checks. These will include but are not limited to;
    i. A Formal Interview
    ii. Referee Checks
    iii. A Police Vet Check
    iv. A Risk Assessment

    Any unsatisfactory result arising from the full safety checking process may result in the candidate/student being precluded/declined entry or withdrawn from the programme of study. Furthermore, students must declare any pending or new convictions arising during any stage throughout the entire enrolment period. A conviction or failure to declare a conviction may also result in the student being immediately withdrawn from the programme. Persons who are convicted of ‘specified offences’ will not be accepted onto any programme that requires that person to work in an organisation providing a regulated service.

    English language requirements

    Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an International English Language Test System (IELTS) score of 6.5 across all bands; or Equivalent.

    Want to see full details of the entry criteria?
    Don't meet the entry criteria?

    Pathways

    Entry to Nursing Pathway

    Please check the entry criteria for each programme to see which course is the best level for you to begin with. The entry criteria information can be found on each of the programme pages here online. You can also contact us directly to discuss the appropriate level for you at info@wintec.ac.nz.

    Your first day

    Are you ready for your first day of class? Check out your start date and where you need to be. You can also find useful information about studying at Wintec on our welcome page.

    All students beginning the Bachelor of Nursing in July 2020

    Date: Monday 20 July 2020

    Welcome Pōwhiri
    Time: 8.30am
    Venue: Gallagher Hub, City Campus 

    CHASP Nursing staff introductions and programme requirements (academic, clinical and documentation). Covering Vulnerable Children’s Act, documentation requirements and Wintec support services.
    Time: 10.30am-4pm
    Venue: The Atrium,

    Date: Tuesday 21 July 2020

    Time: 8am–10am
    Venue: Rooms to be confirmed

    • Attend classes to complete online VCA, Clinical Passport and Kura Cloud familiarisation
    • Bring ID documents for Police vetting.  For more information about the Vulnerable Children Act or the safety checking process, you can visit here 
    • Uniform Fittings appointments
    • ID cards available from Student Enrolment and Information Centre

    Time: 10am–2pm
    Venue: The Atrium, City Campus 

    • BN programme overview, confidentiality agreement and module outlines
    • Textbook purchases - TextbooksRUS

    Time: 12pm–1pm and 2pm–4pm
    Venue: Rooms to be confirmed

    • Uniform Fitting appointments

    Date: Wednesday 15 – Friday 17 July 2020

    • Complete outstanding documentation
    • Prepare for next weeks classes

    What you will need

    Bring pen and paper with you on your first day
    ID documents for Police Vetting on the second day.

    Timetable information

    All Wintec timetables are available online here.

    How to find your way around

    Campus maps can be found here.

    Parking and bus information

    Both the Rotokauri and City campuses have parking available - permits are required. Learn more about parking and find out about discounted bus services here.

    He reo pōwhiri  - Your official welcome to Wintec

    You are warmly invited to attend the official welcome to Wintec for all new students, staff and whānau (family) at either our marae, Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa or Rotokauri campus. Please gather at the campus hubs, and a staff member will guide you through our pōwhiri.

    Click here to find out where and when the next Pōwhiri will be.

    Paying for your study

    Course-related costs

    Additional to programme fees, the following are other costs associated with studying the Bachelor of Nursing. All costs are approximate, dependent on where the item is purchased, and are subject to change. 

    Health screening and vaccinations 

    All students must have completed a health screening form and be cleared for clinical practice placement. Immunisation status can only be ascertained by a blood test arranged by your doctor/health provider, which has associated costs. Forms will be available during week one. Vaccinations are available from the Wintec Health, Counselling and Wellbeing Centre, located in A Block, open 8.00am to 4.00pm. Phone 834 8869 to make an appointment. You can also arrange this via  your own Medical Practitioner/Medical Centre. 

    Cost: Up to $300 depending on provider and screening/vaccinations required. In addition, some students may require follow up screening or vaccinations. Annual flu vaccinations during the declared influenza season are also a requirement for students undertaking a clinical placement in the Waikato DHB (unless using an approved face mask). 

    First aid certificate 

    All students must have a current comprehensive first aid certificate (NZQA units 6400, 6401 and 6402) - a copy of which must be on your file with the Student Enrolment and Information Centre (SEIC). You must have a current first aid certificate in order to start your clinical placement.  Cost: Approximately $120-$240.

    Uniform for nursing practice 

    Our uniform supplier will be at our main campus during April and May, to custom fit your uniform to order. 

    Uniforms are available from $79-$99. You will also need to provide your own full-length navy trousers; and black or dark brown lace-up or closed in style shoes, non-porous with a soft sole and low heel. 

    You will also require a watch with a second hand that can be clipped to your uniform.

    Cellphone 

    Costs dependent on type of phone and plan chosen.

    Clinical placement - travel, parking and accommodation costs for outside of your home area. 

    You will be required to pay for your own travel, parking and accommodation when undertaking clinical placements as follows:

    • First-year – four days over the first year – within a 30 km radiance of Hamilton.
    • Second-year – three placements (two x 4-week placements, and one x 7-week placement). These placements could be anywhere within the Waikato DHB region.
    • Third-year – two x 4-week placements, and one x 10-week placement. These placements could be anywhere within the Waikato DHB region. 
    Please note, that while you are on placement you will need access to a computer and the internet so you can undertake assessments and communicate with your tutors. 

     

    Additional information

    Getting around campus

    Find your way around using the City Campus map.

    Campus Parking 

    • Parking permits and charges 
    • How to apply for a parking permit 
    • Where to park on City Campus
    • Rules and protocol – Frequently asked questions 

    Security

    Security staff patrol Wintec buildings and facilities 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  

    How to view your student timetable 

    Option 1

    1.  Log into My Learning here
    2. Click on the "9 small squares icon" located on the top left corner of the MyLearning page and click on CALENDAR.

    Option 2

    1. You can also log in by email via this link, or alternatively via student.wintec.ac.nz and click on the "9 small squares icon" located on the top left corner of the MyLearning page and click on 'calendar'.

    Option 3

    1. Find "student set" timetable

    Student ID Card

    Programme Regulations

    Vulnerable Children Act (VCA) Safety Check

    Wintec is required by law, under the Vulnerable Children Act 2014, to safety check students enrolled in Undergraduate Nursing Programmes. For more information, click here.  

    Booklist

    The Bachelor of Nursing textbook list can be found hereCost: Approx. $850 (new) for the first year (includes access to Kura Cloud).

    Purchasing textbooks

    If your programme requires you to have access to textbooks, these can be purchased through a range of suppliers listed below:

      New Zealand-based suppliers

      General book suppliers

      First aid certificate

      All students must have a current comprehensive first aid certificate (NZQA units 6400, 6401 and 6402) - a copy of which must be on your file with Student Enrolment and Information Centre (SEIC). If you do not have a current first aid certificate you will not be given a clinical placement. 

      Cost: Approx. $120-$240

      Health status

      Health screening and vaccinations 

      All students must have completed a Health ScreeningForm and are cleared for clinical practice placement. Immunisation status can only be ascertained by a blood test arranged by your doctor/health provider, there will be associated costs. Forms will be available during week one. Vaccinations are available from Wintec Health, Counselling and Wellbeing Centre, located in A Block, open 8.00am to 4.00pm, Phone 834 8869 or your Medical Practitioner/Medical Centre. 

      Cost: Up to $300 depending on provider and screening/vaccinations required. In addition, some students may require follow up screening or vaccinations. Annual flu vaccinations during the declared influenza season are also a requirement for students undertaking clinical placement in the Waikato DHB (unless using an approved face mask). 

      Uniform

      Uniform for nursing practice 

      Our uniform supplier will be at our main campus during April/May and October/November, to custom fit your uniform to order. 

      Uniforms are available from $79-$99. You will also need to provide your own full-length navy trousers; and black or dark brown lace-up shoes or closed in style, non-porous with a soft sole and low heel.  

      You will also require a watch with a second hand that can be clipped to your uniform. 

       

      Equipment

      Clinical placement

      Clinical Placement - Travel, parking and accommodation costs for outside of your home area.

      You will be required to pay for your own travel, parking and accommodation when undertaking clinical placements as follows:

      • First-year – four days over the first year – within a 30 km radiance of Hamilton.
      • Second-year – three placements (two x 4-week placements, and one x 7-week placement). These placements could be anywhere within the Waikato DHB region.
      • Third-year – two x 4-week placements, and one x 10-week placement. These placements could be anywhere within the Waikato DHB region.

      Please note, that while you are on placement you will need access to a computer and the internet so you can undertake assessment and communicate with your tutor etc.

       

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