Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) provides a broad knowledge and skill base that will enable students to act independently and interdependently as a registered nurse within the healthcare industry. The programme equips the students with the necessary theoretical and clinical practice, and infuses the required attitude, technology readiness and empathy needed by a professional nurse.
- Minimum of Five (5) "O" level credits or better which must include English Language and Mathematics.
- Provide patient-centred care which represents the patients, preferences, values, and needs within the context of their families, communities and the health care delivery system.
- Demonstrate professional behaviour in the practice of nursing.
- Demonstrate integration of knowledge, skills and professional attitudes through the use of clinical evidence and reasoning.
- Identify threats to safety and develop strategies to minimise risk of harm to individuals and populations.
- Apply organisational, leadership, and management concepts in the provision of high quality nursing care.
- Provide population focused care incorporating concepts of health promotion, disease and injury prevention.