Undergraduate Program

The nursing degree program prepares students to meet the challenges may face in professional practice and examination to obtain a professional license as a nurse, a pediatric nurse, or an adult nurse is integrated into the degree program.
Undergraduate study in the college of nursing is a full-time program, in which theory and practice phases alternate. You will also work in nursing practice, where you learn in interdisciplinary teams under supervision.
College of nursing working closely with different all health agencies in the Kurdistan region. In the practical phases, students are supervised by a clinical mentor or teaching staff of the College of Nursing.
Based on the higher education rules in Iraq and the Kurdistan region. The study courses usually commence in the fall semester. In accordance with the Bologna structure, the degree program is organized into modules.
The nursing degree program is a full-time program and comprises eight semesters including the Bachelor graduated research. The student workload is measured according to ECTS credit points. One ECTS point is the equivalent of 25 hours and the overall degree program corresponds to 240 ECTS. The degree program comprises 47 theory and practice modules included all elective modules. In each semester, students can choose individually among the required elective module.
Learning Outcomes:
The primary goal of the University Of Raparin- College Of Nursing is to produce responsible and productive individuals for the society, who will serve the public good by providing excellent nursing care and contribute to improving the health care system of Kurdistan and Iraq.
On successful completion of the four years Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree program, students should be able to:

No Program Learning Outcomes
PLO1 Demonstrate the capacity to respond to the psychological and cultural needs of the patient and family.
PLO2 Develop communication skills to work with patients, families, caregivers, and multidisciplinary teams in the health care practice settings
PLO3 Prepare to support professional nursing practice through concepts and theories from the Basic Science, Medical, biological, physical, and social sciences.
PLO4 Develop the ability to engage in life-long learning
PLO5 Act in accordance with good moral and ethical practice standards, as well as the importance of professional licensure.
PLO6 Generate model leadership in providing safe and effective nursing care
PLO7 Use the nursing process and critical thinking to provide holistically, patient-centered nursing care in clinical and community settings.
PLO8 Indicate to operate in international and diverse environments harmoniously and using the English language proficiently.
PLO9 Employ the techniques, skills, and modern medical and nursing tools necessary for nursing practice in a variety of nursing specialties.
PLO10 Combine biomedical science into nursing practice
PLO11 Apply research findings in a variety of health and nursing specialties that informs nursing practices.
PLO12 Design preventive health care education interventions for individuals, families, and communities