BSc. Community Health Nursing

Course Description

The 4-Year Bachelor of Science in Community Health Nursing is one of the most renowned courses focusing on providing a firm foundation for planning and evaluating community health programs. Handled by the global experts at Wisconsin University, this course develops you to address health disparities of vulnerable and diverse populations. With the availability of adequate facilities for practical trining, the course will enable you to acquire broad knowledge and skills required in the health sector. Bsc Community Health Nursing is extremely beneficial to individuals who want to become consultants or professionals in the health sector. Kindly apply below or scroll down to read full details of the programme.


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4 Reasons to Study this Course with Wisconsin

  • Adequate facilities for practical
  • Experience lecturers
  • Great job opportunities
  • Our operations shall always be governed by the highest level of integrity, ethical standards and openness


Entry Requirements

  • Applicants must have credit in the six courses (C6 for WASSCE/A-D for SSSCE) Including English language, core mathematics, integrated science and three(3) elective subjects in Science, General Arts or Home Economics with an overall aggregate  of 36 or better for WASSCE/24 or better for SSSCE.
  • International students who do not pursue integrated science may replace it with Biology, General Agriculture or Chemistry. Senior High School applicants will enter the programme at level 100
  • Other Applicants:
    • Diploma Holders – Holders of Diploma in Community Nursing certificate from recognized institutions with a minimum GPA of 2.50 and a pass in the licensure examination conducted by the nursing and midwifery council of Ghana will be admitted to level 300.
    • Holders of RNAP (Preventive) and Certificate Community Health Nursing – Registered Nurse Assistants (Preventive) and Certificate community health nursing will enter at level 200 after a 6- week Access course. Certificate will be verified before student are admitted into the programme
    • Holders of HAC/NAC Certificate – Registered HAC/NAC holders will enter the BSc community Health Nursing programme at level 100 after passing a 6-week Access course.
    • Other candidates- mature student who are not professional nurses at the time of admission should have the minimum requirement for admission as stated for SSSCE/WASSCE.



GHS 2,255 per semester

Application Fee:

GHS 150


Career Opportunities

  • Health Outreach Worker
  • Health Educator
  • Program Planner
  • Health Writer
  • Administrative roles in community health organizations


Start Date: 9th September 2019


Duration of program: 4 years


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