BSN High School Courses
HIGH SCHOOL COURSES
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Years 1 and 2
Okanagan College reserves the right to make the assessment of acceptable courses as well as inclusion or exclusion for ranking purposes.
B.C. high school curriculum courses in the old and new curriculum can be found in the BC Curriculum Comparison Guide. It also outlines what is considered a science course, a career education course etc.
Locally Developed BAA Courses
Any locally developed Board/Authority Authorized (BAA) courses will be evaluated on an individual basis. BAA courses may be included in the overall average but not the core average.
For example, the following SD23 BAA courses will be included in the overall average.
- Environmental Sciences 12
- Canadian Literature 12
- Psychology 11
- Psychology 12
- Statistics 12
- Health Science 12
- Holocaust 12
Courses taken outside of B.C. or courses taken through older curriculum will be evaluated on an individual basis. Courses from another province that are similar to the BC curriculum will be treated in the manner outlined below. For example, Ontario Psychology 12 will be included in the overall average but not the core average.
Advanced Placement Courses
Advanced placement courses may be weighted more heavily. Only the in-class mark will be used.
The better of any repeated courses will be used.
Interim grades will not be used for the 2020 intake. An interim transcript showing the completed Grade 11 and first term of Grade 12 courses is however required.
All courses used to meet the admission requirements plus Grade 11 and 12 mathematics, computation, science and language arts courses. Advanced placement courses in these areas are included and may be weighted more heavily. Interim grades may be used if available.
Included are courses in:
- English Language Arts (excluding Communications 11 and 12)
- Mathematics (excluding Workplace Mathematics 11 and Apprenticeship Mathematics 12)
- Computation (Computer Science is included but computation courses listed in the applied design, skills, and technologies category are not)
All Grade 11 and 12 courses except: applied design, skills, and technologies courses; career education courses; physical and health education courses; faith-based courses; most BAA courses; and other courses that Okanagan College assesses and deems not appropriate to include.
As of Oct. 1, 2019