The Nursing Program provides students with the appropriate nursing scientific knowledge. It builds the necessary technical and administrative skills to meet the needs of the labor market in the healthcare field and adjust to rapid changes. This can be achieved through continuous enrichment of the educational process and expanding scientific and applied research programs. Therefore, the program’s mission aligns with the university’s commitment to actively participate in achieving comprehensive and sustainable national development goals through preparing qualified human resources in collaboration with local community institutions, enhancing community partnerships, utilizing training as a means to enhance competencies, contributing to regional development by supporting and strengthening the local economic environment, adhering to comprehensive quality standards by adopting local and global criteria, efficiently and competitively employing modern technology, promoting outstanding scientific research, and creating a stimulating environment which enhances innovation to provide the community with high-quality educational outputs that meet the needs of the labor market.

The university accepts students according to the regulations and instructions of the Palestinian Ministry of Higher Education, the admission criteria at the beginning of each academic year, and the university’s internal rules, which are available on its official website. 

Thus, students who pass the General Secondary Examination (Tawjihi), or its equivalent, with an average of at least 70% in the scientific stream and 80% in the literary stream are accepted to the Nursing program.

  1.     Graduate professionals capable of responding to the health needs of individuals, families, and communities.
  2.     Develop academic and professional learning skills by keeping pace with rapid advancements in science and knowledge.
  3.     Stimulate scientific and cultural exchange with various faculties inside and outside the country.
  4.     Apply analytical methods and use them in healthcare fields.
  5.     Raise awareness of problems and obstacles in healthcare fields and link them to modern trends.
  6.     Graduate students who can identify and find appropriate solutions for profession-related problems.
  7.     Graduate students who master communication, collaboration, and teamwork skills.
  8.     Graduate students who can be aware of their role in community development and environmental preservation in light of regional and global changes.

Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs): Upon the completion of this specialization, students are expected to be able to:

knowledge and understanding:

  1. Be familiar with scientific developments in healthcare fields.
  2. Understand the mutual impact between practice and the surrounding environment.
  3. Understand the principles and ethics necessary for professional practice.
  4. Become more knowledgeable and understand of the principles and foundations of quality in professional practices.
  5. Be familiar with and understand various theories and scientific principles in the field of specialization.

Mental Skills:

  1. Solve problems related to the profession.
  2. Have different knowledge to apply them in solving professional problems.
  3. Plan to develop performance in the field of specialization.
  4. Conduct scientific research based on methodological and research basics in the field of specialization.

Professional Skills:

  1. Master the basic and modern professional skills in the healthcare field.
  2. Evaluate existing methods and tools in the healthcare field.
  3. Write and evaluate reports.

General Skills:

  1. Use information technology to serve the field of specialization.
  2. Communicate and interact with other specialties.
  3. Perform self-assessment and identify educational and training needs.
  4. Establish rules and indicators for evaluating others’ performance.
  5. Work within a team and exhibit leadership qualities.
  6. Manage time Efficiently.
  7. Utilize available resources to achieve benefits.
  8. Adopt autonomy and continuous learning.

Program’s Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs): 

Graduate a number of students distinguished by their competence, skills, and compelling scientific and practical experiences.

Job Opportunities:

Potential Job Titles: Nurse

Potential workplace: Graduates can work in/for: 

  1. Schools, colleges, and universities (teaching and training).
  2. Pursue higher studies to obtain a Master’s and Ph.D.
  3. Hospitals, health centers, and community centers.
  4. Field health work.
  5. Different health fields and services.