Nursing

Overview

The Arellano University School of Nursing grew out of the Graduate Nurse Program which was organized in 1960. The course leading to the B.S.N. Degree was started in 1965. Its first group of graduates took the Board Examination for Nurses in June, 1970.

The School of Nursing is headed by a Dean who is assisted and supported by the Coordinators and Staff in the execution of such functions and affairs of the school.

The organization and administration of the school are in accordance with the general policies that govern the Institutes in the University.

Goals & Objectives

At the end of the BSN course, the student will be able to:

  1. Compete with other well-prepared professional nurses to become globally employable in other cultures like USA, UK and others.
  2. Cope with the fast pace of nursing practice here and abroad as influenced by the changing needs and health conditions/problems of  clients.
  3. Develop relevant nursing skills in the care of clients throughout their life span.
  4. Internalize correct caring values (ethic/rural/social/legal/spiritual) in   the management of clients with system/multi-system alterations.
  5. Practice critical thinking through the analysis of cases encompassing   several nursing specializations in a variety of hospital, clinical, and community settings.

Course Offerings
 

  •  College of Nursing
             Bachelor of Science in Nursing
              with option to complete and earn degree from Edith Cowan University,
              Perth, Western Australia

     
  • International Nursing Program
             Bachelor of Science in Nursing
             To be completed at either Alderson-Broaddus College, Philippi, West
             Virginia, USA or
    Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia
     

Contact Information

The College of Nursing
Arellano University
2600 Legarda Street, Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines
Tel. No. 734-7371 to 79 loc 222 or 210