Master in Nursing is a 36-unit non-thesis graduate program that is offered with the following specialization in Medical-surgical Nursing, Maternal and Child Health Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing and Community Healthy Nursing. The offering of this program was approved per Board Resolution No. 53,s 1983.
- Provide advance knowledge, professional and ethical competence in the field of specialization.
- Promote the utilization of research and research-based knowledge for the advancement of nursing practice.
- Demonstrate leadership and management skills in the performance of nursing roles in various settings.
- Evaluate existing health and health-related policies for the development of strategies to improve delivery of health care.
- Strengthen linkages and networking with various agencies for the health development collaborative endeavors in the for fond functions.