The purpose of the Faculty of Nursing Sciences is to achieve excellence in undergraduate education, graduate education, research, and public service, advancing the missions of the University.
The mission of the Faculty of Nursing Sciences is to serve the community by being a center of excellence in nursing for the advancement, dissemination, and application of nursing knowledge.
This is achieved through teaching, research, and public service. Through our teaching we develop competence in nursing practice, instill a quest for knowledge, and create a sense of professionalism. Through our research we foster the advancement of nursing knowledge in both the theory and practice of nursing. Through our community service we extend the Faculty’s expertise to the community locally, nationally, and internationally, in order to foster health promotion, health maintenance, and the advancement of the nursing profession.
The educational programs of the University will:
- Produce clinical leaders who, with their developing expertise in critical thinking and ethical decision making, provide care that is evidence-based, culturally congruent, collaborative and interdisciplinary for diverse individuals, groups and populations; value and respect diversity; practice nursing in a culturally sensitive manner.
- Produce nurse leaders who, with their developing knowledge and skills, participate in research for the improvement of health care and the advancement of science, practice, and education.
- Produce clinical scholars who are prepared to engage in lifelong learning and teaching.
- Bachelor in Physiotherapy
- Bachelor in Homoeopathy
- Bachelor in Laboratory
- Bachelor in Midwifery
- Bachelor in Nursing
- Secondary in Nursing or Associate in Nursing
- Associate in Radiology
- Associate in Midwifery