Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Courses and DescriptionsLength and Nature of the ProgramGraduates Expected Career Paths

Courses and Descriptions

The BSN is a four year program consisting of general education and professional subjects. The teaching- learning process is executed not only during regular classroom discussions but also during the conduct of Related Learning Experience (RLE) activities in the nursing skills laboratory, clinical and community settings. Activity- Based Enhancement Programs and Teaching methodologies patterned from Outcomes-Based Education approach are implemented to develop and enhance students’ competencies expected from beginning nurse practitioner, nurse researcher, and nurse manager.

Length and Nature of the Program

NO. OF YEARS TO FINISH THE COURSE: 4 YEARS
LECTURE: 202 UNITS
LABORATORY: 10 UNITS
RELATED LEARNING EXPERIENCES (DUTIES): 46
Required for course completion: Related Learning Experience Contact Hours of 2,346 hours, Elective Subjects, Research and Seminars, Passing of the Competency Appraisals 1 & 2, Three Minor and Major Cases in Medical Surgical Wards, Three Cord Dressing Cases, Three Intra-Partal and Intra-Partum Cases

Graduates Expected Career Paths

Graduates of this course may be fit to work as any of the following:

  • Clinical nurse
  • Community health nurse
  • Private-duty nurse
  • Occupational health nurse
  • School nurse
  • Military nurse
  • Health education nurse
  • Researcher
  • Entrepreneur
  • Laboratory engineer