NURSING COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
Rizal’s Life, Works and Writing
A course on Rizal design to familiarize the student with Rizal’s role in the development of the Philippines’ progress in political, social, economic and educational aspects. It includes the hero’s youth and parentage, his schooling here and abroad, his travels and their implications to Philippine progress. Important episodes in his life are emphasized for their educational and nationalistic values, respectively. An intensive reading and interpretation of the original edition of the NOLI ME TANGERE and EL FILIBUSTERISMO are undertaken together with Rizal’s annotation of Morga’s Sucesos de las Isla Filipinas, The Philippines - A Century Hence, The Indolence of the Filipinos and My Last Farewell.
1 Sining ng Komunikasyon
This course covers the development of the four macro skills: listening, speaking, reading & writing. This skills are to be developed for effective communication.
2 Pagbasa at Pagsulat
This course covers technical aspects of reading and writing in Pilipino. Different reading and writing strategies are developed in a textual form. Critical thinking and critical analysis in academic writing are improved and developed especially in the fields of humanities, social sciences and science and technology. Included in this is the development of research writing.
1 Intro to Philippine Literature
Includes the works of Filipino writers from pre-Spanish times to the present, using the different critical approaches in literary analysis. The choice and treatment of reading materials in the subject are premised on the principle that the student’s exposure to the entire corpus of writing of Filipino writers from different regions will yield insight into the history, culture and national psyche of the Filipino people.
2 Asian Civilization
A course in the civilizations of India, China, and Japan. It includes the geographical and socio-historical settings of these civilizations, Western encroachments and Asian responses. Focus is on the traditional elements of these civilizations, the connective elements that held these civilizations together, and their relation to the world today.
COMP 1 Intro to Computer
3Credits / 3 lecture hours per Week Total hrs. 54 / semester
The study of the world of computers, their hard-wares and soft-wares, basic and advanced functions, and the importance they deliver to modern living and health practices. This introductory course acquaints the student with the automation that occurs at the point of care for successful health care delivery.
1 National Service Training Program
The National Service Training Program (NSTP), a law signed by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo under Republic Act No. 9163, refers to the program aimed at enhancing civic consciousness and defence preparedness in the youth. The course is designed to develop the basic knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for the student to build self-confidence. Furthermore, the course also focuses on the values of “Maka-Tao”, “Maka-Diyos” at “Maka-Kalikasan”. The students shall be trained to teach literacy and numeracy skills to school children, out-of-school youths and other segments of society in need of their services.
2 National Service Training Program 2
A continuation of the NSTP 1 program that further focuses on building the student’s planning and presentation skills. Preparation of simple statistical data, preparation of simple lesson plan and simple multi-media approaches and techniques in presentation.
B. NURSING PROPER SUBJECTS:
This course presents the basic nutrients, their functions, sources, metabolism, physiology, and interrelationships. It encompasses human nutritional requirements and importance of good nutrition to one’s health, the family, and the community.
Intro to Nursing Research
An introductory nursing research course designed to prepare the student to become critical consumer of nursing research, to utilize nursing research in practice and to develop an understanding of the research process in preparation for graduate study and its application to the nursing profession, specifically along case management of clients in varied settings, nursing education and nursing practice both institutional and community.