The Bachelor of Nursing Science (BNS) is designed to provide knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to be competent, safe and efficient health care providers. This is aligned with the organization`s mission to widen excess to quality education as well as to provide lifelong learning opportunities by engaging learning environment at competitive and affordable cost.
The program draws upon theoretical and practical perspectives to illuminate understanding of education and the context in which it takes place. The courses provide learners with knowledge in nursing sciences. It is designed to advance the qualification needed for nurses for their career pathway. Its distinctive goal is to enhance nurses` competency to meet with the needs of the workplace/community; providing nurses` the ability for social/professional mobility and ultimately raising standards of living.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
PEO 1: Demonstrate expert knowledge and skills enabling them to gain professional recognition in the field of nursing and healthcare organization.
PEO 2: Practice professionally and ethically through strong moral and social values to fulfil responsibilities towards patient/individual, families and communities
PEO 3: Communicate effectively through oral and written form and develop collaborative relationships with inter-professional members of the healthcare team to deliver evidence-based best practice.
PEO 4: Lead and manage organization through team work, to effect change using appropriate decision making and problem-solving.
PEO 5: Demonstrate expert integration of scientific research skills, information technology and entrepreneur skills through lifelong.
Programme Learning Outcome (PLO)
PLO 1: Apply nursing knowledge, critical thinking and problem-solving to practice competently in the provision of holistic care and evidence-based practice.
PLO 2: Demonstrate practice skills competently to ensure patient safety.
PLO 3: Demonstrate sensitivity, respect and responsibility towards religion, community, culture and environment.
PLO 4: Demonstrate professional commitment and ethical responsibilities to align with the nursing practice Acts and regulations.
PLO 5: Communicate effectively with pragmatic leadership skills and responsibilities individually or in terms to function competently and safely.
PLO 6: Demonstrate scientific methods, critical thinking and problem- solving skills in research activities to disseminate evidence-based knowledge within contemporary nursing practice.
PLO 7: Demonstrate competency in utilization of information technology within a healthcare setting to continue lifelong learning.
PLO 8: Demonstrate the ability to innovate and develop entrepreneurship skills and subsequently encourage independent learning.
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Lulus Diploma Kejururawatan dari institusi yang diiktiraf oleh MNB dengan sekurang-kurangnya dua (2) tahun pengalaman kerja dalam bidang klinikal. (Pemindahan kredit dibenarkan).
Pass Diploma in Nursing from recognised institution by MNB with minimum two (2) years clinical working experience. (Credit transfer allowed)
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Sem 1||RM 2,870||RM 2,870||RM 4,592|
|Sem 2||RM 2,583||RM 3,731||RM 3,157|
|Sem 3||RM 2,870||RM 3,444||RM 2,870|
Discount for the Physically Challenged Learners (OKU) and Senior Citizens
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These discounts are for subject fees only and are not applicable for research and other fees. The discounts are also not valid for second time registration and repeating of subjects.
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|September 2018||Learning Skills for Open Distance Learners||3|
|Health and Wellness 2||3|
|Total Credit for Semester 1||10|
|January 2019||Management & Medico Legal Studies||4|
|Pharmacology for Nurses||3|
|Tamadun Islam & Tamadun Asia||2|
|Total Credit for Semester 2||9|
|May 2019||Nursing Health Assessment||3|
|English for Written Communication||3|
|Reflective Thinking & Writing||4|
|Total Credit for Semester 3||10|
|September 2019||Critical Care Nursing OR Trauma and Emergency Nursing||4|
|Clinical Practice Critical Care Nursing OR Clinical Practice Trauma and Emergency Nursing||3|
|Clinical Practice 1||3|
|Total Credit for Semester 4||10|
|January 2020||Professionalism & Issues in Nursing||4|
|English for Oral Communication||3|
|Research and Statistics||4|
|Total Credit for Semester 5||13|
|May 2020||Oncology Nursing OR Renal Nursin||4|
|Clinical Practice Oncology Nursing OR Clinical Practice Renal Nursing||3|
|Clinical Practice 3||3|
|Total Credit for Semester 6||12|
|September 2020||Pediatric Nursing OR Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing||4|
|Clinical Practice Pediatric Nursing OR Clinical Practice Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing||3|
|Clinical Practice 2||3|
|Total Credit for Semester 7||16|
|January 2021||Teaching in Nursing||4|
|Nursing Theories and Models||4|
|Introduction to Guidance and Counselling||3|
|Total Credit for Semester 8||11|
|May 2021||Community Health Care Nursing||4|
|Transculture in Nursing||3|
|Total Credit for Semester 9||10|