Courses Offered

Nursing 204: Advanced PathoPhysiology.
Theories, concepts and principles of disease causation with analysis of the rationale behind signs and symptoms of different system disorders.

Nursing 207: Theoretical Foundations of Nursing.
An in-depth analysis and application of nursing theories, concepts, bioethical principles and theories in related disciplines such as the social sciences.

Nursing 298: Statistical Methods in Nursing.
Concepts, methods, processes and applications of descriptive and inferential statistical methods and analysis.

Nursing 299: Research Methods in Nursing.
The Research process as applied to Nursing with emphasis on the qualitative and quantitative methodologies.

Nursing 230: Primary Care of Women.
Concepts, principles and process of health maintenance and management of non-life threatening disruptions specific to women throughout their life span.

Nursing 231: Perinatal Nursing.
Concepts, principles, and processes in perinatal care, with emphasis on high risk conditions.

Nursing 232: Nursing Care of Children.
Advanced process and practice of child health care, integrating Physiologic and psychological approaches.

Nursing 219.3: Intensive Experience in Maternal and Child Nursing.
Intensive experience in teaching, research and advanced clinical practice in women and child nursing.

Nursing 240: Nursing Administration I.
Application of principles of organization and administration of nursing service/school administration.

Nursing 241: Nursing Administration II.
Concepts, principles and processes of human resource development and management in nursing.

Nursing 242: Nursing Administration III.
Concepts, principles and process of organizational management of nursing services/institutions.

Nursing 243: Nursing Administration IV.
Management of information system, financial and ethico-legal aspects of nursing.

Nursing 219.4: Intensive Experience in Nursing Administration.
Intensive experience in administration of a nursing school or nursing service in any health care setting.

Nursing 250: Family Health Nursing.
A multidisciplinary approach to the study and care of the family in health and illness.

Nursing 251: Advanced Community Health Nursing.
Application of the nursing process in developing and managing community health programs and services; trends and issues affecting delivery of community health nursing programs and services.

Nursing 252: Seminar in Community Health Nursing.
Trends and issues related to the study and care of special population groups/communities.

Nursing 219.5: Intensive Experience in Community Health Nursing.
Intensive experience in teaching, research and advanced clinical practice in community health nursing.

Nursing 260: Advanced Adult Health Nursing.
Analysis of issues and trends in health care, bio-behavioral interventions and application of the nursing process utilizing selected nursing theories in adult health care.

Nursing 261: Nursing Care in Cardiovascular Conditions.
Concepts and principles and process of care of the adult client, with emphasis on clinical aspects of cardiovascular diagnosis, interventions and management considering the various levels of care as well as development of care standards.

Nursing 262: Oncology Nursing.
Concepts, principles and process of care of the adult client with cancer, with emphasis on clinical aspects of cancer diagnosis, interventions and management, considering the various levels of care as well as development of care.

Nursing 219.6: Intensive Experience in Adult Health Nursing.
Intensive experience in teaching, research and advanced clinical practice in adult health nursing.

Nursing 270: Mental Health Psychiatric Nursing Interventions I.
Issues and trends in the nursing care of individuals with mental health-psychiatric problems.

Nursing 271: Mental Health Psychiatric Nursing Interventions II.
Concepts, processes and trends in mental health and psychiatric nursing interventions focusing on the group and/or family.

Nursing 272: Mental Health Psychiatric Nursing Interventions III.
Issues and trends in the care of emotionally-disturbed children.

Nursing 219.7: Intensive Experience in Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing.
Intensive experience in teaching, research and advanced clinical practice in mental health and psychiatric nursing.

Nursing 280: School Health Nursing I.
Concepts, current issues, problems and researches related to health promotion and maintenance of the school population.

Nursing 281: School Health Nursing II.
Concepts, current issues and researches related to identified health problems of school children.

Nursing 282: School Health Nursing III.
Theories and principles of school health, health education, program planning, implementation and evaluation as applied to school nursing.

Nursing 219.8: Intensive Experience in School Health Nursing.
Intensive experience in teaching, research and advanced practice in school health nursing.

Nursing 210: (Elective) Seminar in Nursing.
Principles, theories and current issues in nursing.

Nursing 211: (Elective) Community Mental Health.
Analysis of the nursing needs and problems related to promotion and maintenance of mental health and management of adjustment/psychiatric disorders affecting population groups or the community.

Nursing 220: (Elective) Behavioral Perspectives in Health.
Theories, principles and concepts in sociology, anthropology and psychology as they relate to nursing.

Nursing 221: (Elective) Nursing in Chronic Diseases and Conditions.
Nursing in chronic diseases and illnesses, with emphasis on geriatrics and the rehabilitative aspects of nursing.

Nursing 222: (Elective)Social Patterns of Illness and Medical Care.
Medical orientation and response to health and illness and their relation to society and culture.

Nursing 223: (Elective)Ecology, Health and Illness.
Health and illness in relation to geographical environment.

Nursing 224: (Elective) Change Determinants in Health-Related Behavior.
Health-seeking behavior and innovative processes.

Nursing 225: (Elective) Comparative Health Care Systems.
Readings and discussions of different systems of health care in developing and developed countries in the appraisal or evaluation of the Philippine health care system.

Nursing 226: (Elective) Curriculum Planning in Nursing.
Concepts, principles and strategies of curriculum planning, development and change.

Nursing 227: (Elective) Teaching Nursing.
Principles of teaching and learning, formulation of objectives, selection, organization and evaluation of learning experiences in a clinical subject/course.

Nursing 228: (Elective) Practicum in Clinical Teaching.
Intensive hands-on experience in clinical teaching.

Nursing 229: (Elective) Organization and Administration of Schools of Nursing.
Application of principles of organization and administration of colleges of nursing, including student and personnel services.