Bachelor of Nursing
The Bachelor of Nursing Science Study Program at Universitas Brawijaya stands as a prominent institution for nursing education in Indonesia and has played a pioneering role in advancing higher nursing education in East Java. Established in 1999, the Department of Nursing at Universitas Brawijaya is dedicated to achieving international recognition as an excellent educational institution. The program offers both Nursing Education (Ners) and Master of Nursing programs, with two specializations available within the Master’s program: Emergency Nursing and Psychiatric Nursing.
The lecturers in the Bachelor of Nursing Science Study Program at Universitas Brawijaya are professionals holding postgraduate qualifications (Master’s and Doctorate) from both domestic and international institutions, including Australia, the United States, and Thailand. Leveraging the expertise of these lecturers, the Bachelor of Nursing Science Study Program consistently produces high-quality graduates with promising career prospects. Graduates obtain a wide array of opportunities in the healthcare sector (as hospital and primary care nurses, clinic nurses, and industrial nurses), in academia (as lecturers), in government roles (within health departments and national health insurance agencies), and as entrepreneurs in the healthcare industry.
BACHELOR OF NURSING SCIENCE STUDY PROGRAM
Pioneering in applying nursing science and technology to enhance the quality of life of society through a globally competitive approach to chronic care nursing.
- Delivering undergraduate nursing education of the highest quality specializing in chronic care nursing by cultivating graduates who are devoted to their faith in the Almighty, uphold strong moral and ethical principles, demonstrate independence, professionalism, innovation, and international competitiveness.
- Conducting research to advance nursing science and practice by employing a chronic care nursing approach and the utilization of evidence-based practices.
- Engaging in community service, employing the latest scientific and technological advancements through a chronic care nursing perspective to enhance the quality of life for the community.
- Fostering domestic and international collaborations aimed at elevating the standards of education, research, and community service.