Bachelor of
Science in Nursing

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is a four-year program consisting of general education and professional courses. Professional courses begin in the first year and are threaded through the development of competencies up to the fourth-year level with emphasis on the nursing concepts with corresponding Related Learning Experiences (RLE). The BSN program provides an intensive nursing practicum that will refine further nursing competencies to ensure the achievement of the program outcomes required of an entry-level nurse.

Graduates of the BSN program have wide and varied opportunities in different fields of the Nursing profession.

Accreditation:

PACUCOA Level IV 1st Reaccredited Status

Download Curriculum

The complete program curriculum for Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Nurse Clinician
  • Public Health Nurse
  • Military Nurse
  • Nurse Educator
  • School Nurse
  • Clinic Nurse
  • Industrial/Occupational Health Nurse
  • Independent Nursing Practice
  • Global Opportunity
  • Graduates of the program are qualified to apply in many countries for employment.

LEVEL OUTCOMES

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First Year

At the end of their first year, given simulated situations in selected settings, the learners demonstrate basic nursing skills in rendering safe and appropriate care utilizing the nursing process.
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Second Year

At the end of their second year, given a normal and high-risk mother and newborn, child, family, communities, and population groups in any health care setting, the learners demonstrate safe, appropriate, and holistic care utilizing the nursing process.
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Third Year

At the end of their third year, given individuals, families, population groups, and communities with physiologic and psychosocial health problems and maladaptive patterns of behavior in varied health care settings, the learners demonstrate safe, appropriate, and holistic care utilizing the nursing process and applying research and evidence-based practice.
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Fourth Year

At the end of their fourth year, given groups of clients (individuals, families, population groups, and communities) with health problems and special needs, the learners demonstrate safe, appropriate, and holistic care utilizing the nursing process and assume first level entry-positions in any field of nursing.

Graduates of the Nursing program are expected to attain the following objectives 3-5 years after graduation:

  • Demonstrate problem-solving skills, conflict resolution, flexibility, critical thinking, resilience, teamwork, and growth mindset in the practice of the nursing profession.
  • Provide safe, appropriate, and holistic care to individuals, families, population groups, and communities utilizing the nursing process.
  • Apply guidelines and principles of evidence-based practice in the delivery of care through scientific research.
  • Practice nursing following existing laws, legal, ethical and moral principles, and nursing core values.
  • Manifest interpersonal skills and communicate effectively using culturally appropriate language.
  • Apply techno-intelligent care system and maintain complete, and accurate documentation.
  • Establish a collaborative relationship with colleagues, members of the health care team, and multi-cultural team to deliver quality health care services.
  • Practice beginning management and leadership skills in the delivery of safe nursing practice.
  • Engage in self-directed lifelong learning.

Student outcomes are the sets of competencies (related knowledge, skills, and attitudes) that all learners are expected to demonstrate upon graduation.

  • Demonstrate problem-solving skills, conflict resolution, flexibility, critical thinking, resilience, teamwork, and growth mindset in the practice of the nursing profession.
  • Provide safe, appropriate, and holistic care to individuals, families, population groups, and communities utilizing the nursing process.
  • Apply guidelines and principles of evidence-based practice in the delivery of care through scientific research.
  • Practice nursing following existing laws, legal, ethical and moral principles, and nursing core values.
  • Manifest interpersonal skills and communicate effectively using culturally appropriate language.
  • Apply techno-intelligent care system and maintain complete, and accurate documentation.
  • Establish a collaborative relationship with colleagues, members of the health care team, and multi-cultural team to deliver quality health care services.
  • Practice beginning management and leadership skills in the delivery of safe nursing practice.
  •  Engage in self-directed lifelong learning.
  • Demonstrate responsible citizenship and pride in being a Filipino.
  • Demonstrate an entrepreneurial mindset.
  • Demonstrate readiness to pass the Nurse Licensure Examination.
Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

Graduates of the Nursing program are expected to attain the following objectives 3-5 years after graduation:

  • Demonstrate problem-solving skills, conflict resolution, flexibility, critical thinking, resilience, teamwork, and growth mindset in the practice of the nursing profession.
  • Provide safe, appropriate, and holistic care to individuals, families, population groups, and communities utilizing the nursing process.
  • Apply guidelines and principles of evidence-based practice in the delivery of care through scientific research.
  • Practice nursing following existing laws, legal, ethical and moral principles, and nursing core values.
  • Manifest interpersonal skills and communicate effectively using culturally appropriate language.
  • Apply techno-intelligent care system and maintain complete, and accurate documentation.
  • Establish a collaborative relationship with colleagues, members of the health care team, and multi-cultural team to deliver quality health care services.
  • Practice beginning management and leadership skills in the delivery of safe nursing practice.
  • Engage in self-directed lifelong learning.
Student Outcomes (SO)

Student outcomes are the sets of competencies (related knowledge, skills, and attitudes) that all learners are expected to demonstrate upon graduation.

  • Demonstrate problem-solving skills, conflict resolution, flexibility, critical thinking, resilience, teamwork, and growth mindset in the practice of the nursing profession.
  • Provide safe, appropriate, and holistic care to individuals, families, population groups, and communities utilizing the nursing process.
  • Apply guidelines and principles of evidence-based practice in the delivery of care through scientific research.
  • Practice nursing following existing laws, legal, ethical and moral principles, and nursing core values.
  • Manifest interpersonal skills and communicate effectively using culturally appropriate language.
  • Apply techno-intelligent care system and maintain complete, and accurate documentation.
  • Establish a collaborative relationship with colleagues, members of the health care team, and multi-cultural team to deliver quality health care services.
  • Practice beginning management and leadership skills in the delivery of safe nursing practice.
  •  Engage in self-directed lifelong learning.
  • Demonstrate responsible citizenship and pride in being a Filipino.
  • Demonstrate an entrepreneurial mindset.
  • Demonstrate readiness to pass the Nurse Licensure Examination.

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