The College of Nursing aims to produce quality Lasallian nursing graduates/health care practitioners who are caring, responsible, Christ-centered, nationalistic, creative critical thinking generalists with proper professional working attitudes, knowledge and skills in communication, research, leadership and responsive to national needs and global concerns.
It seeks to further develop self-directed general nurse practitioners equipped with the knowledge, attitudes and skills required to help individuals, families, and communities cope with current and potential threats to health.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Specifically, the College of Nursing is committed to
- uphold the Lasallian Guiding Principles in the development of Lasallian leaders and health practitioners for God and country;
- provide students a broad knowledge of, ecologically sound and skills-based concepts of holistic health theories and practices designed to promote integral health, harmony and well-being;
- train students to utilize the nursing process as an approach in assessing and analyzing health problems as well as in planning, implementing and evaluating effectively the outcome of nursing interventions;
- instill in the students the value of life by respecting patients’ rights and utilizing high level of professional knowledge, judgment, and nursing skills; and
- develop students’ ability to respond to the health needs of their local community and of the country.