Objectives for the Undergraduate Program in Nursing

The aim of the baccalaureate program curriculum is to prepare students to be competent health care professionals in primary care.

The curriculum has been structured to prepare graduates to do the following:

  1. Apply nursing knowledge to individual health care.
  2. Have a good command of clinical nursing skills.
  3. Apply critical thinking to individual health care.
  4. Communicate, coordinate and cooperate well with other health care providers..
  5. Care for society.
  6. Encompass ethics in health care planning.
  7. Take full responsibility for their nursing practice.
  8. Have a passion for nursing, and keep pursuing self growth.

Objectives for the Master's Program in Nursing

The aim of the master's program curriculum is to prepare students to be advanced nursing professionals competent in health care.

The curriculum has been structured to prepare graduates to do the following:

  1. Integrate advanced clinical skills to improve health care quality.
  2. Apply evidence-based research findings and logical thinking to improve clinical practice.
  3. Persist in pursuing personal and professional development.
  4. Provide holistic care with cultural sensitivity.

Objectives for the Doctoral Program in Nursing

The aim of the doctoral program curriculum is to prepare students to be leaders in health care, with the capacity to expand nursing knowledge.

The curriculum is designed to prepare graduates to accomplish the following:

  1. Construct nursing knowledge through research and theory development.
  2. Analyze and comment on professional issues and trends to improve personal growth and nursing professional development.
  3. Integrate theory, research and practice to take the lead in the constitution and betterment of health policies.
  4. Participate actively in international academic exchanges to gain international perspectives and visibility.
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