The Bachelor in Nursing (BN) Program is a full-time, undergraduate course of study providing professional qualification after two years (four semesters) of study, leading to the completion of the academic degree of “Bachelor in Nursing.”
Eligible nurses who meet admission criteria and successfully complete this program will have conferred upon them a Bachelor in Nursing academic degree. This undergraduate program for practicing nurses builds on nursing education and skills that nurses have obtained through prior education and work experiences in nursing and healthcare fields.
A more in-depth focus on nursing assessment of patients and communities; health promotion and disease prevention; patient, family and community education; the use of evidence-based research to guide nursing practice, policies and projects; and collaboration on group projects will be used to obtain the BN program learning outcomes.
Campus: Astana, Kazakhstan, NUSOM building
Delivery mode: Full time, on-campus
Duration: 2 years
Total ECTS credit: 240
Graduates can choose from numerous career opportunities and work in different aspects of the national and international healthcare industry, including: administrative or management positions, education, research, consulting, community and public health centers, social work case management.