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About Faculty of Nursing
The Faculty of Nursing was formerly located in Salahaddin, Tripoli, Libya. It started last June 27, 2007 based on the issuance of a Pre Ministerial Decree number 535. On July 29, 2007, a Letter number 319 was issued in Tripoli, Libya placing the Faculty of Nursing in the higher Medicine Institute. The decree supported the acceptance of first year students in 2008. It was on November 21, 2010 (decree number 2180) when the Faculty of Nursing was transferred at the University of Tripoli campus.
The Faculty of Nursing aims to produce professional and competent nurses who will serve the people of Libya. It endeavors to promote quality education through its academic programs and to enable the graduates to acquire knowledge, skills and develop the proper attitude in their practice relevant to the provision of quality health care. The graduates of this program will become future nursing leaders and educators since this program is university-based as approved by the Ministry of Education. The students will graduate with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing and prepares them to pursue further studies for professional growth and advancement.
The Faculty of Nursing offers 4 areas of specializations: Critical Care Nursing and Anesthesia Nursing Science, (CCNAS), Surgery and Operating Theater Nursing Scien (SOTNS), Midwifery and Neonatology and General Nursing
After finishing the academic requirements set by the Faculty of Nursing, graduates will earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degree.
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The basic program of the College of Nursing is to grant graduate students a bachelor's degree. The college prepares specialists in the field of nursing and these fields are nursing service, nursing education, vocational nursing, military nursing, and school nursing.The study program for obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Nursing requires the student to pass (8) semesters for a period of four years with (132) credit hours. These units include requirements specific to the university and others specific...Details