School of Nursing

Nursing program

Nursing – 4 years D091301

An applicant who has completed high school curricular education /certificate or diploma is required/ will study 130 hours of courses for a total of 4 years and graduate with a Bachelor of Nursing degree. Admission is held every year in June.


A nurse with a bachelor’s degree is prepared to engage in the general scope of nursing practice, including the promotion of health, prevention of illness, and care of physically ill, mentally ill and disabled of all ages and in all health care and other community settings.





Comprehensive Competence of Graduates

A GRADUATE from the School of Nursing, MNUMS as a nurse provides high-level professional care to clients, upholds the ethical standards of medical professionals, uses new technologies in their work and provides research-based care safely. Our graduates can be leader and a team player who has the excellent ability.

Curriculum plan

Cross-validation or Accreditation

When updating and improving the program, satisfaction questionnaires and interviews were conducted with stakeholders in the program, and the evidence-based Nursing program was nationally accredited in 2010 and in 2017 according to the criteria of the ASIIN organization. In 2008, our school registered and recognized the “Nursing” professional diploma under the code 652050 of the Education Commission Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) organization based in Philadelphia, USA.