DEGREES & ADMISSION

Curriculum

Qualifications granted

1. Bachelor of Nursing Science

   Qualification for the national licensure examination for Registered Nurse and Midwifery

          In addition to having hospital-based focus, the nursing curriculum is integrated, progressing along a life span continuum. This approach to learning allows the student to progress through the nursing program along a path similar to that of the growth and development of individuals. Students must have successfully completed the non-nursing courses of anatomy, physiology, microbiology, and psychology before enrolling in Fundamental of Nursing, Health Promotion Nursing must be taken prior to or concurrently with these first semester sophomore courses. Life span must be taken and successfully in courses of Adult nursing, Pediatric nursing, Family nursing and Midwifery, Geriatric nursing, Psychiatric nursing, Research in nursing, and Nursing Administration. Upon completion of those courses the students’ progress through the curriculum as outlined for the remainder of the sophomore, junior, and senior years.

 

          The pre-licensure course work for the nursing curriculum is divided into theory and clinical courses. The theory courses are organized in life span sequence and present concepts, theories, and processes that are directly related to the clinical setting and the age of the clientele in those settings.

          The clinical courses in the curriculum are the synthesizing courses that provide an arena for the application of what was learned in the theory courses. Theoretical and Clinical courses also include time in the nursing Learning Resource Center (LRC). Students are placed in hospitals, clinics, public health centers, and a variety of community agencies to practice what they have learned in the theory classes, and the nursing LRC.

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Four months specialty nursing program

 Geriatric Nursing

 Critical Care Nursing (Adult and Aging)

 General Nurse Practitioner (Primary Medical Care)

 

Two months subspecialty nursing program

 Health Promotion Nursing        

 Palliative Nursing

 Pain Management                      

 Wound, Ostomy, and Incontinence Nursing

 

3. Practical Nursing Program

          The Practical Nursing (PN) certificate program at TRCN provides didactic, laboratory and clinical education for students interested in pursuing a career as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). Students who earn a PN certificate are eligible to practice as an PN. The PN certificate program at TRCN has been approved by the Thai Nursing Council.