Study guides

Title of qualification awarded

Nursing

Timetables

Classes are held mornings from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. while simulation practicals, clinical stays, seminars and other academic activities may be programmed outside of this timetable.

Table of credits for each course


  Basic training Compulsory Optional Bachelor's Degree
Final Project
1st year 42 18    
2nd year 18 42    
3rd year   60    
4th year   21 30 9
Totals 60 141 30 9

Period of study

Annual registration, year-long and single-semester courses.

Part-time or full-time

students should note that Nursing studies require a high degree of dedication. There is, however, an option to take a slow track.

Specialisations

Specialisation in Nursing, Innovation and Digital Health
Specialisation in Leadership, Innovation and Emerging Roles in Nursing

Basic and compulsory training


1st year 2nd year
- Structure of the Human Body
- Psychosocial Sciences
- Scientific Methodology and Biostatistics
- Principles of Nutrition (1)
- Function of the Human Body I
- Culture, Society and Health
- Communication and ICT
- Introductory Practicum
- History of Nursing Care and Thought
- Function of the Human Body II
- Therapeutic Communication
- Nursing and Community Health
- Public Health (2)
- Advanced Practicum I
- Clinical Pharmacology and Applied Therapeutics
- Nursing Care for Adults
- Health Education
- Nursing Ethics and Legal Framework
- Advanced Practicum II
3rd year 4th year
- Nursing Care for Women, Children and Adolescents
- Management and Quality of Nursing Services
- Nursing Care Applied to Mental Health
- Advanced Practicum III and IV
- Nursing and Palliative Care
- Advanced Nursing Care in Complex Situations
- Nursing Care throughout the Ageing Process
- Specialist Practicum I and II
- Specialist Practicum III and IV
- Bachelor's Degree Final Project

(1) These subjects can be officially recognised in the case of students coming from the CFGS in Dietetics.
(2) These subjects can be officially recognised in the case of students coming from the CFGS in Environmental Health.
More information.

Optional subjects

4th year
In order to obtain one, a minimum of 30 credits belonging to the pathway must be taken.
Specialisation in Leadership, Innovation and Emerging Roles in Nursing Specialisation in Nursing, Innovation and Digital Health
- Leadership Strategies and Political Responsibility / 6
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Nursing / 8
- Emerging Roles and Advanced Nursing / 4
- External Practicum I / 12 (*)
- Trends and Future of ICTs in Healthcare Organisations / 6
- Nursing and Digital Health / 4
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Nursing / 8
- External Practicum II / 12 (*)
Not all optional subjects are offered every academic year.

(*) Compulsory within the specialisation. In any case, students must take at least one of the external work placement subjects.