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This three year full-time or equivalent part-time course comprises 24 units of study (360 credit points).
Students with a disability or medical condition
The required learning outcomes of the compulsory practical units in this course may not be readily achieved by persons with certain disabilities or medical conditions. Whilst the University will make such adjustments as are reasonably practicable to support people with disabilities or medical conditions, all students must fulfill the inherent requirements of the course and you are strongly encouraged to discuss the exact requirements of this course and your possible options with the course coordinator before you seek enrolment.
|NCS1101||Health and Healthcare Systems||15|
|NCS1102||Professional Conduct and Communication||15|
|or (Bunbury Campus only)|
|RPS1100||Communication for the Professions||15|
|SCN1111||Health Science 1||15|
|NPP1101||Health Assessment Skills and Practice||15|
|NCS1201||Foundations of Nursing||15|
|NCS1202||Evidence Based Practice in Health Care||15|
|NSC1103||Clinical Sciences Introduction||15|
|NPP1201||Supportive Nursing Care Skills and Practice||15|
|NCS2102||Mental Health and Illness||15|
|NSC2103||Clinical Sciences 1||15|
|NPP2101||Professional Nursing Practice 1||15|
|NCS2201||Older Adult Health||15|
|NCS2202||Culture and Health||15|
|NSC2203||Clinical Sciences 2||15|
|NPP2201||Professional Nursing Practice 2||15|
|NCS3101||Child and Adolescent Health||15|
|NCS3102||Primary Health Care||15|
|NSC3103||Clinical Sciences 3||15|
|NPP3101||Professional Nursing Practice 3||15|
|NCS3201||Professional Capacity Building||15|
|NCS3203||Law and Ethics in Health||15|
|NPP3201||Professional Nursing Practice 4||15|