Nursing Undergraduate Program (English) (B.S., 4 Years)
Nursing is a health discipline that is responsible for the planning, organization, implementation and evaluation of nursing services for the purpose of protecting, developing and improving the health and well-being of the individual, community and society, and for the education of those who perform these services.
Nursing is concerned with the quality of human life, and therefore the health of individuals, families and societies. Nursing is a service that focuses on the health care needs that can not be met by the patient himself, his family or another member of the community. A nurse is a member of a health team that plans, implements, and evaluates nursing care for a healthy or sick individual. It adopts the principle of responding to nursing, individual, family and community care needs with a holistic understanding of health. Virginia Henderson (1897-1996), a nurse leader, refers to the nurse as "the dynamic force in the process of rehabilitating an individual's health and independence."
Gaining the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary for the students to be able to adapt to the rapid developments in the nursing field and to provide nursing care in a way that will respond to changing individual and social needs; Aims to ensure that the student can use these qualifications, which he/she has gained, in an effective way in the protection, development and maintenance of health.
It focuses on nursing care services, which is an active member of the health team in disease prevention, treatment and rehabilitation, focusing on the protection and improvement of the health of the individual, the family and the community in order to contribute to the development of nursing education, research and services in the international environment and on the basis of professional laws and ethical principles and responsibilities. Analytical and critical thinking ability will take place in the fields of nursing education and research, nursing care, innovative practice and change, taking on the responsibility of lifelong learning and personal development, taking advantage of current approaches and methods of science and technology to train nurses with strong leadership qualities.
The program, aiming to train nurses and human resources in a way that will provide contemporary nursing services both nationally and internationally, offers a variety of educational opportunities to their students. In the program, professional support is provided for courses and internships from experienced academics and professional field specialists. In addition, while our students are preparing for a career at the University, they also have the opportunity to express themselves by taking part in social and cultural activities with a participatory approach on international criteria. At our university, there is a computer environment open to student use with sufficient internet support. The EMU library has adequate equipment and resources in terms of education, training and research. In addition, our university offers a wide range of recreational opportunities for students to social, cultural and sporting activities in their spare time.
During their nursing student training, they will benefit from the Nursing Skill Laboratory equipped with modern, world-class technological equipments. Using large-scale spaces for laboratories, it was designed to allow 40-50 students to work together in the same area
Those who complete the English Nursing degree program are given the title of "Nurse" and the possibility of working in many countries, especially the EU countries, as the program is in line with the European Union criteria. Nurses can work in all health care settings because they are health professionals with an active role in patient care services within the scope of primary health services as well as hospitals where treatment services are provided.
Our graduates can serve as service nurses, hospital nurses / nursing services manager in health institutions that provide therapeutic services. In addition, our graduates who want to do postgraduate education can work as teaching staff in the nursing departments of universities by taking the scientific expertise and doctoral education both at home and abroad.