Programme Structure

General Structure

During the five years of study, students will need to complete 200 credits from theoretical courses and practicum.

Theoretical Courses (160 credits)

The theoretical courses cover a wide variety of subject areas including human anatomy and physiology, behavioural sciences, health assessment, nursing therapeutics (General Health Care), health promotion, primary health care, Chinese and alternative medicinal nursing, nursing research, nursing theories, nursing ethics, nursing management, legal aspects of nursing, health care system and health care policies. The above content covers 130 credits of the programme.

Practicum (40 credits)

The practicum exposes students to the clinical environment in general hospitals and other health care settings. Face-to-face supervised practice and coaching takes place to assist students to gain clinical competence.


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Modified Date: Aug 25, 2017