BSc Nurse

BSc Nursing (180 ECTS)

The BSc Nursing program is modeled on qualification objectives. The BSc Nursing program refers to academic competencies, the ability to obtain adequate employment to meet the needs of the labor market, the ability to obtain adequate employment by combining the theoretical and practical aspects and the development of students’ personalities in the fields of specialization.

The BSC Nursing program is in line with the National Qualifications Framework and the European Higher Education Area Qualifications Framework.  One academic year corresponds to 60 ECTS credits. An academic year has 1800 teaching hours. The program is in line with Directive 2005/36 / EC of the European Committee for the Medical Professions. As such the program is comparable to the programs of European Union countries. The program is designed in accordance with the Bologna Process, the first cycle of higher professional education, level 6 according to NQF / EQF. The individual components of the program are combined to best achieve the specified qualification objectives and provide adequate forms of teaching and learning.


The disciplines within the curriculum are organized in a logical flow and complement the precise definition and determination of general and specific competencies, as well as the compliance with the study programs and curricula submitted to ZEAL.


The learning outcomes for the BSc Nursing program are:

  • understand the key concepts of disciplines that support the education and training of all health care professionals, as well as detailed knowledge of some of them.
  • understand the structure and function of the human body, along with a knowledge of dysfunction and pathologies;
  • understand the philosophy of health and social care, regulations, and understand their adherence to ethics and evidence-based practice;
  • understand the importance of the social and psychological sciences of health and health care;
  • the role of health care practitioners in health promotion and health education;
  • legislation and statutory professional code of conduct affecting health and social care practice.
  • have the ability to gather and evaluate evidence and information from a wide range of sources;
  • ability to use methods to collect and interpret data in order to provide information that will inform or realize practical benefit.
  • Problem solving
  • logical and systematic thinking;
  • ability to draw reasoned conclusions and consistent judgments.
  • effective skills in communicating information, advice, teaching, and professional thinking for colleagues, patients, clients, their relatives, and caregivers and, where necessary, to peer groups or clients.
  • Ability to understand, orally manipulate and present numerical data.
  • ability to engage with technology, particularly effective and efficient use of information and communication technology.
  • Accept commitments to support the standards required by dentistry, respect for patients and maintaining the patient privacy (confidentiality);
  • Practice personal honesty and fulfill legal and ethical responsibilities in the context of providing care to individuals, groups of the population and the population as a whole;

Maintain habits of reflective practice, self-directed learning, and continuing professional education, along with a willingness to accept their limitations and seek help when they need it.

Catalog of subjects