- Objectives and competences
- Admission and pre-enrolment
- Course curriculum
- Teaching methodology and assessment system
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- Course details
The bachelor's degree in Nursing provides students with a general qualification comprising scientific and personal training, and enables them to develop a critical, reflective and humanistic approach to the nursing profession. Students will acquire the skills to identify and assess the health needs of individual patients, families and members of the local community, and the practical experience to attend to these.
In the task of developing personal potential, promoting health, preventing illness and providing treatment, nursing professionals need to work side by side with other healthcare personnel in the planning, organization, management and assessment of a variety of professional areas.
Through the completion of placements in health care centres, the students will have the opportunity to put into practice the classroom learning and skills they have acquired and will also gain experience in different professional contexts. Finally, upon successful completion of the degree, students may either begin to work or go on to postgraduate studies.
|Branch of knowledge||Health Sciences|
|Approximate price per credit||18,46 €|
|Coordinator||AMPARO DEL PINO GUTIERREZ|