Graduate School of Nursing
Theshall become a frontline nursing research organization, implementing high priority development projects, and providing specialized and continuing education to local and international students and professionals.
The Graduate School of Nursing will develop nurse managers and specialists capable of providing disciplined, competent and creative care of their patients and clients within a multi-national and multi-cultural work environment.
In this connection, the Graduate School of Nursing shall:
- Deliver educational programs at the Masteral, Doctoral and Continuing Education levels.
- Develop outstanding nurses who can at the same time provide spiritual nourishment to their respective health care organizations and development institutions.
- Encourage and support the involvement of graduate students in cutting-edge research, development and extension with their respective institutions and stakeholders at the local and international levels.
The curricular strategies required to achieve global competiveness and excellence in Nursing have been incorporated in the course syllabi. The critical skills required for the graduate students are presented below with the respective instructional strategies that will elicit the development of the said skills.
Competition in both local and global environments require the development of communication, analytical, specialized nursing, international and integrated management skills among graduate students.
|Critical Expertise Required||Instructional Strategies|
|1.1 Communication Skills|
|1.2 Analytical Skills|
|1.3 Specialized Skills|
|1.4 International Skills|
|1.5 Integrated Management Skills|
The curricula of the Graduate School of Nursing require close interface between theory and practice in the study of cutting-edge topics. The program extensively expose student learning activities to actual health care operations of affiliate hospitals and research and development organizations within Aldersgate College.
- Master of Science in Nursing
This graduate degree is appropriate for Nurses interested in becoming Nurse Specialists in Maternal and Child Health and other clinical areas. This degree may also focus specializations on nursing administration, education, general practice or their component expertise areas such as nursing informatics.
|200-209||Research, Statistics, Quantitative Techniques||3|
|EDFD 200||Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice||3|
|210-219||IT in Nursing Education||3|
|MAN 201||Nursing Administration||3|
|PHC 202||Advance Primary Health Care||3|
|MCN 203||Advance Maternal & Child Nursing (Normal Obstetrics & Pediatrics I)||3|
|MSN 204||Current Trends and Issues in Health and Nursing||3|
|MCN 205||Advance Maternal & Child Nursing II (Clinical Abnormalities in Obstetrics and Pediatrics including Surgical Management)||3|
|MCN 206||Advance Maternal and Child Nursing III (Cont’n. of MCN 2)||3|
|MSN 207||Methods of Health Teaching||3|
|MSN 208||Legal Aspects of Nursing Practices||3|
|MCN 209||Advanced Maternal and Child Nursing IV (Practicum)||3|
|MSN 250||Personnel and Human Resource Management||3|
|MSN 251||Communication Management||3|
|MSN 212||Psychology of Human Development||3|
|MSN 270||Advance Health Economics||3|