Why study nursing degree?

The learning of nursing fundamentals is considered essential in the training of future professionals, since through them the student is initiated into the thinking and practice of nursing, they are guided in understanding the role of nursing as a profession service and as a scientific discipline, thus contributing to the accountability of their participation in the development of the discipline.

Within the training activities that make up the practicum subject, the face-to-face activities correspond to a total of 80%; For the development of the same, the student must perform a rotation through the different specialized care and primary care centers or those others of the social health system in order to apply the theoretical knowledge of the different subjects that correspond to the practicum, as well such as the acquisition of skills and competences of the subject, all this will be carried out under the direct supervision of the practice tutor of said center (80-90%). 

Resources and facilities available to the degree

Facilities of the Faculty of Sciences

The Faculty of Health Sciences has 3 departments distributed in two buildings that include a total of 165 PDI teachers. The buildings for the Faculty of Health Sciences have offices, teaching and research laboratories. There are no architectural barriers that prevent people with physical disabilities from accessing the premises of the Faculty and the departments that teach in the degree.


The Faculty of Health Sciences has 2 own classrooms with capacity for 60 people, equipped with a blackboard, fixed projection screen, overhead projector, video projector, computer and connection point to the computer network, 12 mobile tables and 24 mobile chairs each .


There are 5 Clinical Simulation Laboratories, with a capacity for 30 students each. The laboratories are equipped with a whiteboard, a fixed projection screen, a video projector, a computer, toilets, and mobile chairs. In addition, these spaces are equipped with specific material to carry out clinical simulation activities.

· The practical skills laboratory has in its facilities an X-ray reader, 2 dividing curtains, 2 recording cameras, 10 practice display screens, 1 stretcher, 1 bed, 1 practice doll.

· The emergency and critical care laboratory has: 2 stretchers, 2 beds, 2 practice dolls, 2 sinks, 3 recording cameras, 1 mobile work table, 1 mobile work cabinet, various material for practices, 2 mobile chairs, 1 fixed chair.

The adult / maternal-child hospitalization laboratory has: 2 sinks, 1 mobile work table, 2 beds, 2 partition curtains, 2 cots, 1 incubator, 1 mobile chair, 2 support cabinets, 1 care table, 1 weight , 3 fixed cameras for simulations.

· Nutrition and dietetics laboratory has: 25 folding chairs with scoop, 1 teacher’s table, 1 desktop computer (tower + monitor), 1 projector, 1 projector screen, 1 white board, 3 cabinets, 1 workbench with cabinets, 1 anatomical skeleton, 1 baby scale, 1 tanita BC418MA.· Experiential learning Widad laboratory presents in its facilities: Extendable / roll-up projection screen, laptop, Hitachi video projector, audio system. For more articles similar to this one, click here.