On completion of four and half years of study, with a total of 135 credits, learners will be enriched with theoretical knowledge and skills in nursing practice to encompass autonomous and collaborative care of individuals. Nursing includes the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and the care of ill, disabled and dying people. Additionally, advocacy, promotion of safe environments, research, health policy planning, health systems management, and health education are the key nursing roles.

The BSN curriculum prepares nurses to provide culturally sensitive nursing care to clients in their own environment, assisting clients within the Bahrain healthcare system achieve optimal health and engage in healthy behaviours. The curriculum is structured in a manner that distributes support courses in the initial phase of study, progressing gradually to specialty courses at the more advanced phases of the program. As the curriculum progresses, more emphasis is given to the legal and professional implications in the practice of nursing. The Program also has a clinical training component which is planned and delivered in close collaboration with the healthcare services and in various settings (primary, secondary and tertiary) to ensure effective clinical practice and achievement of the required clinical competencies.The BSN Program has been accredited by the Quality Assurance Authority for Education and Training (QAAET) in 2012.

The graduates practice holistic nursing care in an increasingly complex and rapidly changing healthcare environment. They pursue continuing professional development through self-learning and integrate high standards of professional practice with an in-depth knowledge of nursing and relevant sciences to provide care that is cognizant of the inherent value of the individual. Our graduates are committed to the promotion of wellness of the individual, family and community.

 

Detailed Study Plan


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