Diploma in Associate Nursing

The Associate Nursing major is considered one of the applied medical specialties that seeks to prepare qualified medical staff, from a scientific and practical point of view, to provide medical services to the patient in order to maintain health, prevent and treat diseases, in addition to improving the lifestyle of the individual and society. The associate nurse is prepared to deal with all age groups and in various acute and chronic conditions. The participating nurse works in various hospital departments such as pediatrics, surgery, gynecology, obstetrics and internal medicine. Their work also includes other areas such as home and palliative care and mental health. The study plan for obtaining an intermediate university degree in the Associated Medical Professions/Nursing Program consists of (72) credit hours distributed over general skills, operational skills, allied sciences and specialized skills.