Bachelor of Nursing (BN) is an academic degree in the science and principles of nursing. The course of study is typically four years. Nursing school students are generally required to take courses in social and behavioral sciences, including nutrition, anatomy, chemistry, mathematics, and English. In addition to those courses, experience in physical and social sciences, communication, leadership, and critical thinking is required for a bachelor's degree. Upon successful completion of the BS nursing program, nurses are prepared for a wide variety of professional roles and graduate study. They can work in private medical and surgical hospital, a physician's office, public medical and surgical hospitals, home health care services, and nursing facilities.
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Program Admission Requirements:
- Successfully obtaining The Sudan High School Certificate or its equivalent in scientific studies or techno-industrial studies, plus University Certificate for post graduates students Accredited form Ministry of higher education
- Obtaining of pass mark in the four compulsory subjects (English language, Arabic language, Religion studies and additional mathematics).
- For Scientific collages: obtaining pass mark in Physics, Chemistry and one of the following subjects: Computer studies, engineering sciences, Art and Design, Fundamentals of Industries, Technical drawing, Workshops studies.