College of Nursing
Nursing is a health profession and is concerned with promoting the quality of life of individuals, facilities and communities. The science and art of nursing is concerned with the deliberative and creative use of knowledge for the betterment of human beings. The nurse is regarded as an integral part of client’s environment and is responsible for assisting the client in recognizing and coping with health care needs throughout the life process. Through application of nursing, the nurse functions as a provider and coordinator of care and as a member of profession.
The College of Nursing has the goal of improving health care and overall quality of life in the country, in the region and in the world. The College strives to achieve this goal through providing opportunities for selected women and men to obtain associate and baccalaureate education in the profession of nursing, stimulate the professional and intellectual growth of individuals in health sciences and encourage as well as facilitate research on health and illness of individuals, families and communities.
The College of Nursing offers a four years study program leading to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. The College also has program AAS degree with a major in nursing as well as Post Diploma Certificate Course in Nursing (PDCCN). The College is fully operational with its own operational staff, library, laboratory and clinical facilities.
Cultivate professional development and pursuit of advanced nursing skills to serve in clinical, traditional, and nontraditional settings.