The bachelor's degree in Nursing provides students with a general qualification comprising scientific and personal training, and enables them to develop a critical, reflective and humanistic approach to the nursing profession.
The bachelor's degree in Nursing provides knowledge of both nursing science and the health, human and social sciences in order to meet the health needs and expectations of individuals, families, groups and communities. Students develop the skills needed to apply nursing care protocols and procedures. They likewise develop the ability to establish positive relationships with the people they interact with and to act based on ethical principles, with respect for the values and rights of the person, to ensure that people maintain their dignity in any situation. It enables the development of critical thinking skills and reflective practice, using scientific methodologies and evidence to make nursing care decisions. With placements at care centres, students have the opportunity to put the knowledge and skills acquired in the classroom to use and, at the same time, to explore the different care realities around us. Upon successful completion of the degree, students may either begin to work or go on to postgraduate studies.