DIPLOMA IN GENERAL NURSING (DGN)
This course is especially designed for those who wish to pursue a career in Nursing. Those who enjoy working with people and care about promoting good health may be interested in pursuing such a career. The changing demand for nurses creates a variety of job openings in many places. The nurse can work in hospitals, schools, nursing homes, elderly care facilities, airlines, professional organizations, Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs), research organizations and many other healthcare facilities. Nurses can be involved in caring for the sick, rehabilitation, promoting health, preventing disease, teaching health classes, teaching in a school of nursing and a host of other activities.
In the hospital, a Nurse has the opportunity to practice in trauma/emergency, critical care, outpatient and inpatient surgery, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics, geriatrics, oncology, cardiology, rehabilitation, and psychiatry. In the community, a Nurse can practice in physicians' offices, clinics, schools, occupational and public health systems.
- G.C.E A/L – 3 Passes
- G.C.E.O/L English Language – Credit Pass (or other equivalent)
36 Months (Full time)
Total of 235 credit hours;
22 Theory Courses and 131 credit hours
104 Credit hours for clinical
Nursing Project Report 2 credit hours
Introduction to World Cultures 1 credit hour
|At IIHS for 3 Years
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1st Year at IIHS
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Scholarships are available. Please contact the College for more information.
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This Programme is especially aimed but not restricted to those seeking employment opportunities, further education or residence in the following countries.
- New Zealand
- United Kingdom