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Program Offerings

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science in Midwifery
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Health

Program Outcomes

Program outcomes are the sets of competencies (related knowledge, skills and attitudes) that all learners are expected to demonstrate upon graduation. The minimum standards for the BS Nursing program are expressed in the following minimum set of program nursing outcomes.

Specific to BSN:

  1. Apply knowledge of physical, social, natural and health sciences and humanities in the practice of nursing
  2. Provide safe, appropriate, and holistic care to individuals, families, population group, and community utilizing nursing process
  3. Apply guidelines and principles of evidence- based practice in the delivery of care
  4. Practice nursing in accordance with existing laws, legal, ethical and moral principles
  5. Communicate effectively in speaking, writing and presenting using culturally- appropriate language
  6. Document to include reporting up-to-date client care accurately and comprehensively
  7. Work effectively in collaboration with inter-, intra- and multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams
  8. Practice beginning management and leadership skills in the delivery of client care using a systems approach
  9. Conduct research with an experienced researcher
  10. Engage in lifelong learning with a passion to keep current with national and global developments in general, nursing and health developments in particular
  11. Demonstrate responsible citizenship and pride of being a Filipino
  12. Apply techno-intelligent care systems and processes in health care delivery.
  13. Adopt the nursing core values in the practice of the profession
  14. Apply entrepreneurial skills in the delivery of nursing.


Nursing Year Level Outcomes

These are outcomes expected to be achieved at the end of the specific year level. The level outcomes are as follows:

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

Second year: At the end of the 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.

Third year: At the end of the 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.

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