Is biology necessary for bsc nursing in Australia?

Is biology necessary for bsc nursing? 

Asked by: Kajal, 7 months ago


I am not aware of any national requirement for biology to take a BSC in Nursing in Australia. However, we cannot answer detailed questions about prerequisites for specific courses. You can find the admission requirements on the website of the school that you are applying to.

To apply for a Bachelor program in Australia you will need a secondary school leaving qualification or an approved preparation program. And you will need to fullfill the schools English language requirements and any other prerequisites they might have for a specific course.

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Answered by: Johan from, 2018-09-01 10:08:49 This is an accepted answer.

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