Master of
Arts in Nursing

The Master of Arts in Nursing Program is a thesis graduate program designed to produce graduates equipped with clinical specialization and leadership in adult health nursing or maternal and child nursing, and nursing administration students will have varied opportunities to develop their abilities, attitudes, and skills in the delivery of services in nursing education, practice and administration. 

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The complete program curriculum for Master of Arts in Nursing

Graduates of Master of Arts in Nursing must: 

  • have expertise in adult health professional practice.
  • become managers and leaders who initiate change in the health care institution to meet the changing health needs of the community and society as well.
  • have conducted health-related research and evidence-based studies contributory to the advancement of the nursing profession.

At the time of graduation, MAN student shall have the ability to: 

  • practice safe and quality nursing care with expertise in the area of specialization.
  • provide advanced nursing care to critically ill patients across the life span in accordance with the nursing law and other relevant legislation.
  • exhibit commitment to lifelong learning through continuous professional education and training.
  • demonstrate the ability to manage a health care facility and advocate the implementation of World Health Organization (WHO) policies and programs.
  • advocate health promotion and disease prevention.
  • initiate continuous quality improvement to solve clinical problems in collaboration with the quality assurance team.
  • engage in advanced health-related research resulting in the improvement of patient care and the nursing profession.
Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

Graduates of Master of Arts in Nursing must: 

  • have expertise in adult health professional practice.
  • become managers and leaders who initiate change in the health care institution to meet the changing health needs of the community and society as well.
  • have conducted health-related research and evidence-based studies contributory to the advancement of the nursing profession.
Student Outcomes (SO)

At the time of graduation, MAN student shall have the ability to: 

  • practice safe and quality nursing care with expertise in the area of specialization.
  • provide advanced nursing care to critically ill patients across the life span in accordance with the nursing law and other relevant legislation.
  • exhibit commitment to lifelong learning through continuous professional education and training.
  • demonstrate the ability to manage a health care facility and advocate the implementation of World Health Organization (WHO) policies and programs.
  • advocate health promotion and disease prevention.
  • initiate continuous quality improvement to solve clinical problems in collaboration with the quality assurance team.
  • engage in advanced health-related research resulting in the improvement of patient care and the nursing profession.

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