The Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a four-year degree program designed to develop the competencies required of a beginning nurse practitioner. It will equip students with the knowledge, attitude and skills needed to help individuals, families, groups and communities cope with current and potential threats to health.
Objectives of the Program
In line with the University Mission Statement, the BSN Program is designed to facilitate the development of students who:
- Posses a caring behavior (compassionate, competent, committed);
- Demonstrate critical and creative thinking;
- Practice legal, ethico-moral, social responsibilities and accountabilities;
- Demonstrate a broad knowledge and skills on holistic health theories and practices for the promotion and maintenance of health, prevention of illness, and restoration of health;
- Relate effectively with other through a Christian understanding of human behavior derived from his liberal arts education;
- Utilize the nursing process as a problem-solving approach in assessing and analyzing health problems as well as planning, implementing and evaluating the outcome of nursing intervention.
- Respond to the health needs of the local, national and global community and country; and
- Develop a life-long desire for constant learning and for personal and professional growth