The College of Nursing and Allied Health Programs aim to provide students the solid foundation in the Breeder Science which are instrumental in developing systematic, logical and critical thinking of students, in the conduct of scientific research, and in the mastery of skills, essential for careers in Nursing, Midwifery, Radiologic Technology, Pharmacy, Medical Technology, Nutrition and Dietetics and other Allied Health Programs.
Specifically, the programs aim to:
- Gain broad general education courses that would develop analytical and critical thinking and communication skills competence with the school motto: Humility, Integrity, Simplicity and Service;
- Acquire a holistic understanding of man as a biological, psychological, socio-cultural, ethico-moral and spiritual being, focusing on the concepts of health;
- Gain understanding of the individual and/or group’s biological, psychological, socio-cultural and spiritual environment in relation to health, illness and disease;
- Expose students to actual hands-on experiences to achieve a wider understanding of health and illness from the biological, psychological, socio-cultural, ethico-moral and spiritual perspectives;
- Acquire the skills, knowledge and attitudes to prepare for professional practice independently and/or collaboratively and be globally competitive; and
- Imbue students with desirable values and a deep sense of responsibility, emphasizing respect for the dignity of work and for the great value of the person.