The BSc in Nursing program is a four year (eight semesters) program leading to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree of this University. The training is followed by a one year internship program at a hospital approved by the MoHCDGEC. The biomedical courses are taught mainly during the first four semesters while nursing courses are done in a concentric manner over the entire training.
The main objective of the program is to offer higher educational and professional training in nursing care of patients, family and community care in order to produce competent nurse practitioners and the role models in clinical practice, administration, teaching and research.
Also this program will produce graduates who will demonstrate sound knowledge, skills and attitudes pertaining to nursing and midwifery care utilizing evidence based practice; exhibit managerial communication, reflective and creative skills in order to handle the growing health care needs nationally, regionally and internationally in a professional, moral and ethical manner.