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  • Type: Private
  • Location: Iloilo City, Iloilo

Programs Offered

  • BS in Nursing
  • BS in Physical Therapy
  • MA in Nursing

Tuition Fees

Bachelor’s degree:

₱ 30,000-60,000 per year

Course Description

The BS Nursing Program of St. Paul University Iloilo is committed to the holistic and dynamic formation of a caring and competent Christian Filipino nurse. It aims to develop

1. CHRISTIAN NURSES, who by their very being and acting, like Paul and Mary, witness to a life anchored on the love of Christ: “Caristas Christi Urget Nos. ”

2. TOTAL PERSONS, who, believing in their innate God-given dignity and worth, continuously strive to fully develop themselves in every ways as they reach out in service, especially to the most deprived

3. COMPASSIONATE, COMPETENT CARE-GIVERS, who are able to think creatively and critically in the application of the nursing process, as they deliver various levels of care involving clients across the life span at any given setting

4. SELF-DIRECTED FILIPINOS, who take pride in their Filipino cultural-heritage and national identity

5. LEADERS, who are aware and responsive to the times and are able to initiate and support innovative efforts contributory to national global concerns

For students interested in both the field of science and music, St. Paul University Iloilo also offers a degree program of BS nursing under the music/arts therapy track, which is a 9 semester program centered on a 2-fold concentration: (1) the formation of a professional nurse towards a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree; and (2), the acquisition of music and art competencies as a nursing intervention utilized in the healing profession. At the end of the four and a half years, the student then becomes qualified to take the Nursing Licensure Examinations given by the Professional Regulation Commission and receives a special certificate for the acquisition of Music and Art skills in Nursing Care. It aims to:

a. integrate Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligence by blending the science and art in Nursing education;

b. use music to improve people’s lives by assisting them in making positive life changes;

c. benefit from music as a major therapeutic intervention;

d. develop competence in the organized use of music in caring -0 an innovation in the Nursing profession.

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