- Demonstrate critical and creative thinking;
- Employ 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;
- Utilize the nursing process as a problem-solving approach in assessing and analyzing health problems as well as in effectively planning, implementing and evaluating the outcome of nursing interventions;
- Perform competencies in the different Key Areas of Responsibility based on competency standards;
- Use research in the practice of nursing functions;
- Practice legal, ethico-moral, social responsibilities and accountabilities;
- Possess a caring behavior (compassionate, competent, commited);
- Relate effectively with others through a Christian understanding of human behavior derived from a liberal arts education
- Respond to the health needs of the local, national and global community; and
- develop a life-long desire for constant learning for personal and professional growth.
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
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.
- Master in Nursing
- Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing