The Nursing Program is based on a conceptual framework of nursing adopted by the John Abbott Nursing Department, which is designed to meet the Nursing competencies as outlined by the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur.
WHAT DISTINGUISHES THE PROGRAM OFFERED AT JAC FROM OTHERS LIKE IT?
The Goal of our Nursing programs is to educate students in meeting the challenges of this demanding profession. Classroom and laboratory experiences include integrated simulation and technology, combined with clinical fieldwork in Montreal-area hospitals. Nursing students study in specialties ranging from medicine, surgery, rehabilitation, geriatrics, obstetrics, psychiatry and pediatrics.
The hours spent in the clinical setting gradually increase so that by the third year, students spend much of their time in a hospital setting integrating their knowledge and skills acquired throughout the program.
John Abbott also offers through its Centre for Continuing Education, a Professional Integration Program for internationally educated nurses and a Refresher Program for registered nurses. Please contact the Centre for Continuing Education at local 5272 for more information.
Why choose John Abbott?
- Small clinical teacher-student ratios
- Exciting international internships opportunities in Jamaica and Ghana
- Award winning simulation program: SIM one innovative National Award Winners 2017
- ESPA offsite simulation center
- State-of-the-art learning environment
- Peer tutoring
- Faculty tutoring hours, specific online support
- McGill retention project
- Health and wellness day
- Workshops (note taking study skills, time management, textbook reading, stress reduction, CV preparation, interview skills).
CEGEP-UNIVERSITY INTEGRATED NURSING PROGRAM (DEC-BN)
Our five-year Integrated Nursing program is an opportunity for eligible graduates of the DEC program to complete a bachelor’s degree in two years. We have a partnership with McGill University’s School of Nursing. Our program builds on the college foundation and streamlines the university component.
THIS PROGRAM IS FOR YOU IF…
- You care about people and enjoy working with others.
- You are trustworthy and accountable.
- You have good communication and interpersonal skills.
- You have good observation and problem solving skills.
WHERE NURSING CAN TAKE YOU!
The health care sector is actively searching for qualified candidates; job prospects are excellent. Graduates of the Nursing program work in many health care settings, such as acute or chronic care hospitals, rehabilitation centres, clinics and mores…
Graduated of the program are expected to have the knowledge and abilities to practice nursing in a rapidly changing health care system, in a manner which is professional, caring, clinically competent and ethically and legally grounded. They will function as collaborative members of the health care team, in accordance with the Québec Nurses’ Act. All graduates must pass the Order of Nurses of Québec (OIIQ) licensing exam and meet the Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF) requirements to practice in Québec.
SAMPLE COURSE PATH
Nursing I: Introduction to Nursing, Human Anatomy & Physiology I, Psychology of human Development
Nursing II: Introduction to Nursing, Human Anatomy & Physiology II, Sociology of Diverse Families and Communities
Nursing III: Health and Illness I, Microbiology & Immunology, Psychology: Issues in Health Care
Nursing IV: Health and Illness II, Sociology of Health
Nursing V: Health and Illness III, Pathophysiology
Nursing VI: Intergration
For complete list of courses, please view the Course Calendar.
CEGEP ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
A Secondary School Diploma which includes:
Secondary 5 Language of Instruction, Secondary 5 Second Language, Secondary 4 Mathematics, Secondary 4 Science and Technology or Secondary 4 Applied Science and Technology, Secondary 4 History and Citizenship Education.
OR a Secondary School Vocational Diploma which includes:
Secondary 5 Language of Instruction, Secondary 5 Second Language, Secondary 4 Mathematics.
OR Applicants who have not studied in Québec must have education deemed equivalent by the College.
This program has specific prerequisites.
- Sec. IV Science and Technology OR Applied Science and Technology AND Sec. IV Environmental Science and Technology OR Science and the Environment
- Sec. V Chemistry
- and strongly recommended, Sec. IV Mathematics Technical & Scientific Option or Sec. IV Mathematics Science Option
HOW DO I APPLY:
John Abbott College is affiliated with the Service régional d’admission du Montréal métropolitain (SRAM) and uses its online application service.
The application deadline is March 1 (Fall semester) and November 1 (winter semester) Warning: The documents and payment must be submitted by the deadline.
Fall for 3-year program
Winter for 2-year program
- Complete the online application at admission.sram.qc.ca
- Select John Abbott and the program of your choice along with the corresponding SRAM program number.
- If applicable, mail in photocopies of all required documents and the application fee.
Students whose prerequisites are more than five years old should contact the Admissions office.
514 457-6610 x5361, 5355 & 5358
514 457-6610 x5376 (3-yr)
514 457-6610 x5633 (2-yr intensive)
514 457-6610 x5013 (General Nursing information)