BS Healthcare

The Degree Programme Bachelor of Health Care is a small, flexible and familiar program with many international students. We educate culturally competent individuals in a multicultural environment. The focus lies on international cooperation and we encourage our students to do parts of their studies at our partner universities or as free mover students. Teamwork and blended learning are well established teaching methods within the program. A graduate is qualified to work in hospitals, hospices as well as in elderly care, emergency care or home care.

PEO’s for Health Care

  • Be a qualified professional having graduates who can provide culturally sensitive and competent care within a framework of scientific and professional accountability and function independently in a variety of settings.
  • Be a competent graduate with the necessary foundation for further education and specialization within their chosen career path and who demonstrate commitment to lifelong learning for personal and professional growth.
  • Be a life- long learner maintain innovative educational partnerships to promote health and meet societal imperatives.
  • Recognized as a center of excellence in nursing education

PLO’s for BS Health Care

  1. Develop and implement different programs for the health and well being of population and community
  2. Demonstrate skills in using patient care technologies, information systems, and communication devices that support safe, effective nursing practice.
  3. Synthesize knowledge from liberal education with professional nursing skills.
  4. Apply leadership concepts, skills, and decision making in the provision of high-quality nursing care, healthcare team coordination, and the oversight and accountability for care delivery in a variety of settings.
  5. Implement holistic, evidenced-based, safe patient-centered care across the health illness continuum, across the lifespan, and in all healthcare settings.
  6. Integrate evidence, clinical judgment, inter-professional perspectives, and patient preferences in planning, implementing, and evaluating outcomes of care.
  7. Explore the impact of sociocultural, economic, legal, and political factors influencing patient care quality, workplace safety, and the scope of nursing and other health professionals’ practice.
  8. Plan life-long learning activities with the aim of improving professional skills.

Semester 1

CourseCredit Hours
Fundamental of Nursing-I3
Microbiology3
Anatomy and Physiology-I3
Biochemistry for Nurses3
English-I3
Computer Skills3
Total18

Semester 2

CourseCredit Hours
Anatomy and Physiology-II3
Community Health Nursing-I3
Allied Nutrition3
English-II3
Islamic Studies3
Nursing Ethics3
Total18

Semester 3

CourseCredit Hours
Adult Health Nursing-I3
Pathophysiology-I3
Health Assessment-I3
Pharmacology-I3
Mathematics3
English-III3
Total18

Semester 4

CourseCredit Hours
Adult Health Nursing-II3
Pathophysiology-II3
Health Assessment3
Development Psychology3
Pharmacology-II3
English-IV3
Total18

Semester 5

CourseCredit Hours
Pediatrics Healthcare3
Paediatric Health Nursing3
Community Health Nursing3
Teaching/Learning: Principles/Practices3
English-V3
Total15

Semester 6

CourseCredit Hours
Mental Healthcare3
Introduction to Biostatics3
Epidemiology3
English-V3
Infection Control3
Total15

Semester 7

CourseCredit Hours
Critical Care Nursing3
Introduction to Nursing Theories3
Leadership and Management in Nursing3
Nursing Research6
Total15

Semester 8

CourseCredit Hours
Community Health Nursing III3
Nursing Seminar/Role Transition6
Clinical Practicum3
English-VIII3
Total15

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