Nursing Program

We aim to deliver outstanding and qualfied nursing graduates for diverse healthcare settings

Nursing Program

Our Mission

is to produce outstanding qualified nursing graduates for diverse health care delivery and leadership roles in order to improved health and quality of life.

Goals

  1. To demonstrate competency as a care provider, communicator, advocate, collaborator, coordinator, manager, and educator.
  2. Demonstrate pursuit & application of knowledge, respect for diversity, principles of critical thinking and scientific reasoning.
  3. To apply strategies to manage issues of professional nursing practice.
  4. To integrate knowledge from nursing, social, natural sciences, and humanities to provide professional nursing care.
  5. To engage in caring nurse-client relationships using therapeutic communication & health education.
  6. To function in professional nursing roles as a member of interdisciplinary teams.

Program Description

The Bachelor of Nursing Program at Batterjee Medical College is designed to prepare graduates with the knowledge, skills and attitudes in order to face the challenges and dynamics in health care services.

This program will educate undergraduates to provide safe, competent and compassionate nursing care that is grounded in theory and professional standards. The students will be prepared to practice nursing work collaboratively with individuals, families, groups, and communities in a variety of health settings: critical care, public health, mental health, nursing management, pediatric, obstetrics/gynecology and nursing research, to seek optimal health and well-being of all citizens.

Education also recognizes the characteristics unique to each individual and provides a process for the development and expression of each student's unique abilities and talents. There is a strong emphasis on critical and reflective inquiry and working in collaborative partnerships with clients to promote their health and well being. Students will pass through theoretical, practical and clinical work settings. Innovative teaching strategies are used, such as simulations, role play and problem solving.

Graduates will demonstrate strong leadership qualities that support an inter-professional collaborative model of client centered care. They will be able to positively influence the future of nursing practice and health care under an Islamic context with a strong understanding of the global health care environment in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Upon completing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program, graduates will be able to develop of skills, knowledge, processes, and attitudes necessary for successful functioning as a productive citizen in professional nursing work.

Program Structure

The first year
the students learn basic sciences which are necessary for health profession education. Courses in this year include Medical terminology, English , Introduction to professional nursing, chemistry, biology, physics, psychology, Computer, Islamic medical ethics.
The second year
is the stage of starting nursing students with fundamentals of nursing, Anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, nutrition, pathology, microbiology.
The third year
is the starting of the real nursing specialties and clinical with Medical surgical nursing, Maternity and obstetric nursing, pediatric nursing, and pharmacology for nursing.
The fourth year
the students study and practice psychiatric nursing, nursing management, family and community nursing, emergency nursing, nursing research, biostatistics, and forensic medicine.
The fifth year
is the internship year that prepares the student for the real nursing life

Head Of Program Message

Dear Students,

Joining the Nursing Program will make you eligible to practice nursing with professionalism and humanity as people say, "Nurses are the Angels of Mercy". Herewith, I recommend you to keep these two characteristics in mind in your relationship with patients.

BMC's Nursing Program was established in 2009-2010. The program grants a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing and focuses on the core values of care, health and safety. In a context of respect and high-quality performance, the Nursing Program achieves the vision of becoming a milestone in preparing qualified graduates to provide effective and competitive nursing care to meet the needs of all levels of private and public health institutions. By keeping up with global developments through advanced educational programs and continuous self- learning skills, the BMC Program of Nursing excels amongst international programs.

The Nursing Program encompasses a fine selection of faculty members in various disciplines related to nursing. The program cooperates with many hospitals in Jeddah to facilitate the training of students. The Training (Internship) team works closely with each and every student to ensure excellence and effectiveness in providing nursing care.

In our program, we are always keen on implementing different teaching methods to provide the best possible academic environment for our students and faculty. We make sure that the main duty is to serve students by improving their skills and abilities and supporting them in all aspects in order to foster a new responsible generation of students.

Finally, I would like to express my heartfelt wishes for your continued success in life. I recommend you to always keep good values and honesty in your work. I would like to welcome you again and invite you to join our nursing program at Batterjee Medical College for Science and Technology.

Dr. Asmaa Barakat, Head of Nursing Program

Career Path / Advice

The Nursing program provides students with a perfect opportunity to establish a thriving career in the healthcare industry. There is a high demand for nursing professionals in various healthcare centers and hospitals across the KSA. The Nursing program enables students to find lucrative jobs and endless employment opportunities.

Nursing Curriculum

First Year: Preparatory Year

Course Number Course Name Course credit
NU 101 Introduction to Professional Nursing I
3
NU 102 Introduction to Professional Nursing II
3
MTNU 101 Medical Terminology I
1
MTNU 102 Medical Terminology II
1
ENGNU 101 English Language I
3
ENGNU 102 English Language II
3
COMNU 101 Introduction to Computer
1
CHMNU 101 Chemistry I
3
CHMNU 102 Chemistry II
3
BIONU 101 Biology I
3
BIONU 102 Biology II
3
PHYNU 101 Physics I
3
PHYNU 102 Physics II
3
PSYNU 101 Psychology
2
IMENU 101 Islamic Medical Ethics
2
ARNU 101 Arabic Language
2

Second Year

Course Number Course Name Course credit
NU 201 Fundamentals of Nursing I
6
NU 202 Fundamentals of Nursing II
6
ANTNU 201 Anatomy for Nursing I
4
ANTNU 202 Anatomy for Nursing II
3
ANTNU 202 English Language III
1
ENGNU 202 English Language IV
1
BCHNU 201 Biochemistry for Nursing
4
PHYSNU 201 Physiology for Nursing
4
PATNU 201 Pathology
2
NUTNU 201 Nutrition for Healthcare
2
MICNU 201 Microbiology & Parasitology
4

Third Year

Course Number Course Name Course credit
NU 301 Medical Surgical Nursing I
7
NU 302 Medical Surgical Nursing II
7
NU 303 Maternity & Obstetric Nursing
7
NU 304 Pediatric Nursing
7
PHANU 301 Pharmacology for Nursing I
2
PHANU 302 Pharmacology for Nursing II
2

Fourth Year

Course Number Course Name Course credit
NU 401 Psychiatric Nursing & Mental Health
6
NU 402 Nursing Management
7
NU 403 Family & Community Health Nursing
7
NU 404 Emergency Nursing
5
NU 405 Nursing Research
2
BIOSNU 401 Biostatistics
2
FORNU 401 Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
2

Internship Rotation: Fifth Year

Course Number Course Name Course credit
NU 501 Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
4
NU 502 Critical Care Unit (CCU)
4
NU 503 Emergency or Casualty Room (ER)
4
NU 504 Pediatrics (PICU)
4
NU 505 Obstetrics & Gynecology (OB)
NU 506 Psychiatric Unit (Psy.)
NU 507 Administration (Adm.)
4
NU 508 Medical Surgical Ward
Elective
NU509 Operating Theater (OT)
NU 510 Dialysis Unit (HDU)
4
NU 511 Other

Entry Requirements

Nursing Program Faculty

Dr. Asmaa Hafez Barakat

Dr. Asmaa Hafez Barakat

Head of Program

asmaa.hafez@bmc.edu.sa

Dr. Magda Atiya Gaber

Dr. Magda Atiya Gaber

Nursing Administration Department

Nursing16.jed@bmc.edu.sa

Dr. Azza Fathi Ibrahim

Dr. Azza Fathi Ibrahim

Community Health Nursing

jed@bmc.edu.sa

Dr. Hanan Abdul Rahman Kandeel

Dr. Hanan Abdul Rahman Kandeel

Pediatric and Maternity Nursing Departments

nursing15.jed@bmc.edu.sa

Mr. Mohammad Sultan Marzouq

Mr. Mohammad Sultan Marzouq

Lecturer
Ms. Hania Maghawri Mohamed

Ms. Hania Maghawri Mohamed

 Lecturer

Nursing5.jed@bmc.edu.sa

Mr. Marlon Bacani Peralta

Mr. Marlon Bacani Peralta

 Clinical instructor

nursing13.jed@bmc.edu.sa

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