Course Description

course Description

Course Title: The Basics of Nursing

This program is designed to introduce students to key concepts and theories related to the person's system, health, environment, and nursing science. Students recognize nursing as a vital profession and a caring profession. The focus is on health, physiological, psychological, social, cultural and spiritual factors that contribute to the well-being of the individual and the family .

. The concepts of nursing process and clinical decision making are explored. Communication is emphasized as an essential aspect of the professional role and is applied through interviews and data collection. Also, emphasis is placed on the professional role of the nurse and her awareness of the importance of patient rights and privacy issues. The curriculum also includes relevant theories of behavioral and physical sciences


Course Title: Anatomy

This course offers students the opportunity to study anatomy of the whole body: cavities, borders and content; different types of body tissues. The musculoskeletal system is different types of bones and joints. Muscles of the body (head, neck, shoulder strap, upper limbs, muscles, skeletal muscles, trunk, abdomen, heart). The course focuses on the relationship between structural structure of the body, and function. The course focuses on the clinical application of the basic anatomical knowledge applicable to nursing practices .


Course Title: Physiology

This course allows students to understand the basic facts and concepts of the natural functions of the human body, specifically the organs responsible for support, movement, circulation, breathing and digestion. The curriculum deviates from a function with basic organizational mechanisms that promote balance, definition with some physiological aspects that serve as indicators of the human health status of the human being .

Course title: Microbiology and infection control

This course is designed to provide nursing students with an introduction to the biology of microorganisms, especially bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses that cause human diseases. This includes the biological properties of microbes, anti-microbial methods, immunological concepts, diagnosis, treatment and infection control .

Course Name: Communication and Human Relations

Communication and Human Relations Skills aims to introduce theories and models of communication skills to the students that enhance nurse interaction with the patient, and help students to observe themselves during interactions in therapeutic relationships. This course also promotes self-understanding of students, self-motivation, self-awareness and the development of creative abilities for goal setting, problem solving and critical thinking .

Course Name: Psychology

This program is designed to provide nursing students with relevant knowledge, skills and attitudes in the field of psychology and humanities, its relevance to the nursing profession, nursing practice, education and research

Course Name: Surgical Internal Nursing

The course focuses on the care of abdominal and surgical conditions of common pathological processes through life stages, effects of it  on the person / family, and the implications of nursing care. The course, , emphasizes the application of the nursing process, care relationships, and other therapeutic nursing interventions to help the patient adapt. Provide educational experiences in health care facilities and provide opportunities for students to develop their skills in the implementation of the nursing process, the application of communication capabilities and behaviors of care, and the use of therapeutic nursing interventions. Students are expected to integrate knowledge from other courses in the past or at the same time .

Course Name: Health Assessment

This course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills required to conduct  a regular examination through a period of time through a comprehensive perspective of the patient's health status, and to record the results appropriately. Using a theoretical and practical approach, the student will be given the opportunity to practice general physical examination and conduct a comprehensive health assessment .

Course Name: General Surgery

This course provides students with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes that provide quality nursing to patients who are exposed to various surgical operations in both the medical and surgical departments as well as the operating room. The course focuses on the application of the nursing process and the use of self-care concepts in the provision of comprehensive nursing care for patients with surgery

Course Name: Medical Material

 The course provides pathogens, pathology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, complications and medical care from common diseases from a nursing perspective such as chest diseases, cardiovascular diseases, gastrointestinal diseases, skin diseases, soft tissue diseases and metabolic diseases such as diabetes and obesity. .. .. etc. As well as various therapeutic modalities used for patients with endothelial diseases. The course focuses on the application of the nursing process and the use of self-care concepts in the provision of comprehensive nursing care for patients. It is expected that the knowledge derived from the decision taken in the past or at the same time will be incorporated .

Course Name: Pathophysiology

This course offers students the opportunity to study health deviations and their impact on human performance. It is designed to facilitate the development of student nursing systems, thus enabling the student to manage the deviations of the individual's health . This course introduces the mechanisms of disease and illness that affect the health of individuals throughout life. Changes in physiological processes are examined, with a focus on patient health

Course Name: Pharmacology

This course will provide nursing students with pharmacology with a focus on biotransformation, absorption, procedures, interactions, and adverse effects of each type of drug. There will be a focus on assessing and evaluating patient responses that vary according to patient health, age, lifestyle, gender and other factors .

Course Name: Applied Nutrition

This course introduces students to the basic concepts of food therapy and emphasizes the application of interventions in patient care. Health promotion is emphasized through nutrition .

                                                                                                                               course Name: Pediatric Nursing

This course is designed to introduce  the basic knowledge and principles of child nursing to nursing students. And of course covers the health needs of a healthy child as well as patients. The practical experience presented in this course is designed to help students integrate theoretical concepts with research guides to provide comprehensive care for children and their families

Course Name: Pediatrics surgery

The program offers students an opportunity to gather and apply concepts related to critical patients from sick children. Physiology will be reviewed by the following systems: Respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal and neurological. The basics of pediatrics trauma will be covered , as well as sub-specialties of pain, sleep and skin care. Students will have the opportunity to interpret arterial blood gases, discuss methods of treatment, provide fluids and learn the basics of blood circulation monitoring. The student will learn the components of the multidisciplinary critical care team .


Course Name: Nursing Motherhood and Newborn Health

This program is designed to help students develop in-depth experience and science in the field of neonatal  and newborn nursing. It also helps students to provide comprehensive care. Also, this course aims to provide students with knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide safe nursing care based on evidence-based research. In addition to  help student to know the definition of the application of the concept of maternity nursing high-risk and facilitates critical thinking skills in the planning of care according to the nursing process. The course focuses on the application of knowledge and evidence-based critical thinking skills in providing care to the family during the reproductive years. The course aims to make the student able to provide nursing care for females during pregnancy and postpartum in various health care facilities. Clinical experience also includes caring for families during normal pregnancy and high-risk pregnancy, and during normal childbirth. Family safety concepts are used as a basis for providing care. In addition, the course provides an excellent opportunity for students to enhance communication with mothers, infants and other family members through health education and effective communication .

Course Name: Learning and Health Strategies

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to conduct health education courses for individuals, families and communities in different communities using different health education concepts and skills. Health education skills will be based on the scientific background that can be made for individuals, families and communities in different communities .

Course Name: Statistics

This course is designed to introduce  the basic science from vital statistics as a quantitative basis for epidemiology  to students. By collecting data on the case, analyzing the data statistically, then discussing the findings and drawing conclusions that lead to the application of the results

Course Name: Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health

  This program is designed to promote the student's concept of mental and mental health, human relationships and the application of the nursing process, while clarifying the coping responses that are unable to cope. The course also focuses on nursing assessment and management of individuals with various mental health problems. Students are introduced to concepts promoting mental health and disease prevention within individuals, groups and families in a different setting. The course emphasizes understanding of the basic mental process within the cultural, legal, and moral context

Course Name: Community Health Nursing

  Community Health Nursing is a public health field that deals with the study of individuals, families and communities to improve their health at the three levels of prevention. Use available community resources and evidence-based findings as a basis for decision-making on community health nursing plans. This course focuses on the practice of community health nursing through the assessment of families and communities to identify health needs and the application of research-based nursing interventions

Course Name: Nursing of the Elderly

This course focuses primarily on the health of older persons. Students acquire an understanding of different theories of age and interventions, as well as examine previous research that may be applicable to elderly care and disease prevention. This course introduces a comprehensive and comprehensive introduction to the skills of caring for the elderly. Clinical trials are designed to help students apply their knowledge, focus on distinguishing natural and abnormal outcomes, identify common health problems, develop diagnosis and use critical thinking by solving health problems for the elderly .

Course Title: Research Methods in Nursing

This course provides students with opportunities to acquire knowledge that develops the use of research results. The course focuses on the integration of theory, practice, and research. The course will provide students with opportunities to learn about different ways of scientific research including quantitative and qualitative data. The components of the search process will be explored, explored and applied. Orientation to the search process provides students with an opportunity to understand the practice based on the results of research is evident in the field of nursing and health care and develop the basis of a critical assessment of the results of research and applying the results to practice in a variety of health facilities .


Course Name: Nursing Department

Nursing Management is an introduction to the theory and practice of nursing leadership and management. The focus is on understanding the basic skills that a successful nurse should use to lead and manage nursing such as critical thinking, effective communication, conflict management, successful delegation, team building, employee motivation, resource control, quality improvement, anxiety management, change leadership and technology management. the information. In addition, there is a dedicated unit to deal with multiple aspects of managing the legal and ethical issues facing leaders / managers in the work environment. The course also provides an overview of health care delivery models, regulatory systems, and health care structure with a focus on the professional role of nursing .

Course Name: Epidemiology

This course provides an opportunity to explore and discuss the causes of health and disease despite the systematic and precise identification of population patterns, by formulating the hypothesis of causation. Epidemiology is the basic science of public health and this provides a scientific basis for understanding the pattern of disease so that effective interventions can be proposed, implemented and evaluated .

Course Title: The basics of nursing for specialization

This program is designed to provide students with a practical foundation for the chosen specialization. Learning experiences introduce students to the role of nurse as an integral member of the healthcare system. The emphasis is on the art and science of nursing including the development and refinement of basic nursing skills that provide the basis for a comprehensive, evidence-based practice. Students begin to develop critical thinking skills through the development and application of the nursing process. A clinical trial is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop basic nursing skills to suit their specialty and begin to develop a comprehensive approach to care for patients and their families in the facilities of various health facilities .

Course Name: Medical Surgical Nursing

This program is designed to help students provide a care opportunity for patients with complex conditions related to the chosen specialty. The focus is on identifying potential and actual patient problems, helping students to integrate professional standards as the basis for practice, applying critical thinking and developing theoretical and research results in the planning and implementation of specialized nursing care

Course Name: English

This course introduces the basics of English. It is designed to facilitate students' study. It will, of course, provide students with opportunities to meet the challenges they face during the technical literature through their writing and speaking practices during the course. The course will also present an overview of all terms commonly used in nursing and medical procedures. The word structure includes medical surgical terminology, body parts and body systems and systems, which are commonly used in nursing and medical abbreviations .

Course Name: English 2

This course continues to provide students with the basics of English. It is designed to facilitate students' study. The course will provide students with opportunities to meet the challenges they face during the technical literature through practice in writing and speaking during the decision .

Course Name: English Language 3

The aim of this course is to help students understand how to express themselves correctly. The use of grammatical principles and rules will be exercised. Students will be trained on reading and understanding will continue to further enhance language skills. Also included are writing skills, and also medical terminology. There will be a need to participate in the discussion in school, listening and communicating. Also included are writing skills, medical terminology .

Course Name: English 4

This course continues to provide students with the basics of English. It is designed to facilitate students' study. The course will provide students with opportunities to meet the challenges they face during the technical literature through practice in writing and speaking during the decision .