At the end of three and a half years of professional training, the student is expected to:
1. Have the Knowledge, aptitude and the skill necessary for assessing the nursing needs of the individuals, families and communities.
2. Understand and apply the relevant knowledge from biological and behavioral sciences in planning, implementing and evaluating the safe nursing care.
3. Adapt and co-operate with other members of the health team in the hospital or in the community in order to serve effectively and to update health concepts.
4. Impart relevant knowledge to individuals and groups through health education.
5. Demonstrate nursing skills based on scientific principles most suitable to the individual needs in the patient care.
6. Demonstrate ability to supervise and guide the auxiliary nursing personnel who are a part of the health team.
7. Demonstrate understanding and commitment to professional behaviors.