The BSN is a four-year program which aims to develop a professional nurse who is able to assume entry level positions in health facilities or community settings. The professional nurse is capable of providing safe, humane, quality and holistic care to individuals in varying age, gender and health-illness status; healthy or at risk families; population groups; and community; singly or in collaboration with other health care providers to promote health, prevent illness, restore health, alleviate suffering and provide end of life care.
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 provide a world-class nursing education grounded on the Benedictine core values of prayer and work (ora et labora) embodying the principles of caring, compassion, competence, collaboration, community engagement and cultural pluralism.
Principles which shape the Instructional Program of San Beda College of Nursing:
a. Holistic development of contemporary life long learners
b. Nursing aptitude and capability building for life long effectiveness
c. Training and development of related health care multiple competencies
d. Knowledge, Skills and Attitude (KSA) competency learning for global competitiveness