"Bedan Nurses Exceptionally Caring with a Heart"
HISTORY OF SAN BEDA UNIVERSITY—COLLEGE OF NURSING
The San Beda University-College of Nursing was established in March 2003 under a Memorandum of Agreement with Loyola Medical Foundation, Inc. and San Beda University, in response to the growing need for nurses in the Philippines and throughout the world.
The College offers a four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree course, which is a competency based, community-oriented and Christian value-based education. Effective and efficient curriculum implementation is reflected in providing theories (didactics) of professional subjects prior to exposure in the clinical area, thereby giving students a competitive edge in terms of cognitive competency needed in the Related Learning Experiences (RLE). Continuous community service through a sustained collaboration with government and non-government agencies, leadership training and evidence- based research are emphasized throughout the different professional courses.
In pursuit of sustained quality education, SBU CON has provided more than adequate clinical learning areas in two base hospitals namely: Seamen’s Hospital (100 bed capacity tertiary hospital) and the Armed Forces of the Philippines Medical Center (1,200 bed capacity tertiary government hospital) plus other affiliating hospitals such as Gat Andres Bonifacio Memorial Medical Center, Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center, National Center for Mental Health, Philippine Orthopedic Center, Manila Health Department, San Lazaro Hospital, Hospicio De San Jose, and an adopted community located in Purok Malaking Parang, Barangay San Juan, Taytay Rizal.
SBU CON has woven a nursing program that provides holistic development of students through value-oriented curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular activities aligned with the Hallmarks of Benedictine Education.
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College of Nursing
San Beda University-College of Nursing envisions to become one of the finest nursing schools in the country and its graduates as the choice of the world.
The College of Nursing is committed to providing a world-class nursing education grounded on the Benedictine core values of prayer and work (ora et labora) embodying the principles of malasakit, caring, competence, collaboration, community engagement, and cultural pluralism