Course Description

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Health Assessment (Theory)

This course provides a theoretical foundation for health assessment, physical examination, and clinical experience in order to apply knowledge in the workplace. Students will learn interviewing, history taking, and physical examination methods and techniques, with an emphasis on adults, utilizing the skills of history taking, examination, palpation, percussion, and auscultation. This course investigates the most common and typical deviations from normal in each of the major bodily systems.


Health Assessment (Clinical)

This course provides a clinical foundation for health assessment and physical examination, as well as hands-on clinical experience for putting clinical knowledge into practice. During their studies, students will learn the procedures and techniques for interviewing, history gathering, physical examination, and recognizing and documenting common and important symptoms.


Community health Nursing/Theory


This course introduces students to basic and intermediate concepts in community health nursing, such as health promotion and disease prevention across the life span. This course emphasizes critical thinking and discussion of the role of the community health care nurse in various out-of-hospital settings. Nursing students will learn about various population-related health disparities in Jordan and around the world. The student will research the public and global efforts launched and carried out by individuals, groups, organizations, and countries to address various community-related health and biopsychosocial conditions. Furthermore, students will be given information and tools that nurses can use to face health and health care challenges.


Adult health nursing/clinical 2


This course is intended to provide nursing students with the skills needed to care competently and safely for a wide range of patients in various specialty areas. Adult patients with specific and complex problems will be studied. Nursing is used to maintain physiological, psychological, and socio-cultural integrity. Critical analysis of patient data and responses to nursing interventions is emphasized. Communication skills, critical thinking, decision making, psychomotor skills, teaching-learning principles, staying updated with current literature, and moral principles are all emphasized.



Gerontology Nursing


This course focuses on providing health care to the elderly client while adhering to the nursing process. Understanding the specific needs of the ageing population, encouraging health promotion and self-care, identifying variable responses of elderly clients to pathological conditions, and maintaining a level of function that promotes quality of life are all priorities.


Critical Care Nursing/theory


The content of this course focuses on the process of decision making in managing the care of critically ill patients. Content will include educating and examining the responses of the critically ill patients.

A major focus of the course will be the development of the process of integration of scientific data into a meaningful whole to manage patient care. Also application of nursing process, reinterpretation of new information or values and interpretation of the latest research findings will be emphasized in the process of managing care of those patients.



Adult Health Nursing 2\Theory

The course focuses on theoretical knowledge related to adult care with common medical-surgical problems. This course focuses on using the nursing process, developing competence in providing and coordinating nursing care, and the role of nurses in providing safe, high-quality care to medical surgical patients.


Adult nursing 1/clinical

This course is intended to provide nursing students with the fundamental knowledge and skills needed to competently and safely care for adult patients with various medical and surgical conditions. The nursing process is used to maintain physiological, psychological, and socio-cultural integrity. The importance of critical analysis of patient data and responses to nursing interventions is emphasized. Communication skills, critical thinking, decision making, psychomotor skills, teaching-learning principles, current literature retention, and moral principles are all emphasized.


Health Education

This course is designed to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills to practice health education. The principles and main concepts of the teaching and learning process used in raising health awareness of clients/patients and empowering them to change their behavior will be covered in this course. Teaching and learning strategies are investigated to assist students in identifying the learning needs of their clients/patients, initiating a participatory teaching-learning process, and developing a health education plan for them. The focus will be on assessing, planning, developing, and evaluating a health education program for the healthy and sick individual, family, group, and community in order to improve their knowledge, attitude, and health behaviors.



Critical Care Nursing\Clinical

This course is designed to teach nursing students the skills needed to care for critically ill patients competently and safely. The emphasis is on providing students with clinical practice opportunities to broaden their knowledge base and master critical care psychomotor skills associated with the assessment and provision of comprehensive nursing care to patients with acute life-threatening conditions. Furthermore, this course focuses on providing students with practical knowledge about the application of immediate and accurate nursing interventions based on priorities.

It enables students to provide comprehensive nursing care for critically ill patients with various body system alterations, invasive devices, and machines encountered in critical care settings. The nursing process is used to provide holistic patient care. This course emphasizes critical thinking, clinical judgment, decision making, and teamwork.


Nursing Ethics

The clinical and nonclinical aspects of the professional nursing role are examined in this module. Furthermore, it focuses on the evolution of the profession and the threats to its professional standing, preparing students to participate in nonclinical activities and discussions that are an essential part of nursing. In addition, the role of the nurse in promoting client rights through informed consent and advance directives will be openly discussed in this course. There will also be a discussion about the concepts of ethics and morality and how they apply to healthcare. Finally, it will explain how to effectively deal with disruptive behavior in the workplace.


Maternity and newborn nursing


This course explains the role of the nurse in caring for maternal populations. This course will look at nursing care from physiological, pathophysiological, and psychosocial perspectives. This course builds on previous nursing concepts by emphasizing the use of the nursing process in dealing with women's health, maternity, newborn, and child health. Students will investigate the concepts of health promotion, disease prevention, and changes in women's health. The emphasis is on providing whole-person care to childbearing families. Management and planning of the nursing process will incorporate concepts from a variety of culturally diverse settings as well as community nursing. Nurses will be given current information to help them think critically, creatively, and compassionately about these populations.


Growth and development

This course focuses on the science of human development, including its history and methods. It also explains how the research process aids in the solution of real-world problems, illustrates similarities and differences between ethnic groups and cultures, discusses the broader social context in which humans develop, and pays special attention to policy issues critical to ensuring human well-being in today's world.

The goal of this course is to provide nursing students with the knowledge and skills needed for effective assessment of human development across the lifespan, promotion of normal growth and development, and detection of any growth disorders in humans.


Children and adolescents nursing\theory

This course provides students with the scientific knowledge they need to improve their clinical and educational approaches to child and family care. It teaches students about the role of nursing in the care of children. It also addresses nursing care challenges from a physiological, pathological, and psychological standpoint. Students will be exposed to current information, which will enable them to think critically, creatively, and compassionately about these groups. The course starts with concepts such as health promotion and maintenance, as well as disease and accident prevention.

Changes in respiratory, metabolic, renal, neurological, endocrine, and cardiac function, as well as other health issues that affect all children, are discussed. The curriculum also addresses psychological health issues that children face, such as organic failure to thrive, child maltreatment, and child abuse. Nursing management is investigated in relation to each problem, utilising the nursing process, developmental theories, emerging trends, and contemporary child management and care methods.


Therapeutic communication skills

This course will teach students how to communicate effectively in order to provide successful patient care and achieve positive outcomes. This course teaches students how to effectively communicate with clients, families, and colleagues in order to achieve treatment goals in health care. It demonstrates how to improve the nurse-client relationship using proven communication strategies as well as principles drawn from nursing, psychology, and related theoretical frameworks. This course includes interesting new content related to current issues, as well as an emphasis on interdisciplinary communication skills. Through case studies, interactive exercises, and evidence-based practise studies, students will learn how to apply theory to real-life practise.


Fundamental of nursing -theory


This course is intended to provide the beginning student with fundamental knowledge of the patient's physiological, psychological, and social needs as they relate to functional health patterns. The course also familiarises students with fundamental nursing and health beliefs and practises. It places an emphasis on individualised patient care in health assessment, physiological care, and psychosocial care. Using the nursing process as a framework, students will be able to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate nursing strategies to meet the needs of patients.


Fundamental of nursing -clinical


This course is designed to introduce students to a variety of clinical skills that are required for the nursing role, as well as to provide competency and proficiency in clinical skills in the nursing lab. Communication, interpersonal relationships, and problem solving skills are emphasized. Included are also practical concepts and behaviors of nursing roles within the context of the nursing process, as well as physical and psychosocial care. It combines theoretical and practical concepts with the nursing skills needed to care for clients in a variety of settings.


Maternal and newborns nursing care \clinical

This course is intended to provide students with the opportunity to synthesize and apply specialized psychomotor skills, attitudes, and knowledge required for providing comprehensive reproductive nursing care and achieving safe motherhood at various stages of a woman's life.

The assessment of low and high-risk reproductive cases, some gynecological conditions, and newborns will be discussed and learned based on the ethical standards of nursing care and the cultural value system.

Students will learn how to use critical thinking, reflection, and problem-solving techniques when dealing with maternal and newborn nursing health issues and developing related nursing care plans in this course.


Mental Health-Psychiatric Nursing


This course is intended for advanced nursing students. It aims to introduce the theoretical foundations of psychiatric problems and psychopathology symptomatology, as well as bio-psychosocial management of psychiatric disorders (mentally ill patients), with a focus on the adult population. In the assessment, diagnosis, planning, intervention, and evaluation of psychiatric disorders, the nursing process is introduced. This course is taught concurrently with a clinical practicum that applies theoretical knowledge to understanding disorders and implementing nursing process steps in the care of patients in hospitals and community settings.


Management Leadership & Quality in Nursing/Clinical

This course is designed to provide nursing students with the administrative and managerial skills needed to care for various health-related conditions competently and safely in various specialty settings. Students are trained in the nursing administrative process in order to advance their skills in critical thinking, decision-making, psychomotor skills, teaching-learning principles, staying current with current healthcare quality standards, and moral principles. The current course prepares students to handle a variety of health-related situations, such as directing, controlling, staffing, and adhering to care standardization.


Management Leadership & Quality in Nursing

This course provides nursing students with the necessary knowledge to synthesize theories and concepts related to critical thinking, change theory, conflict resolution, delegation, and changes affecting the health care delivery system. Leadership and management theories and concepts are presented. This course prepares students to perform effective leadership and management roles in future work settings, with a focus on interactions with members of the health care team. It provides students with the necessary soft skills for clinical settings. It also investigates management process elements, as well as change and quality strategies and their applications. It improves students' leadership abilities in maintaining best practices and care standards.


Palliative care nursing

This course addresses global perspectives on palliative care for a wide range of populations in a variety of health-care settings. Students concentrate on caring for people who are suffering from a life-threatening, progressive illness while respecting their perspectives, values, and choices. Students research the psychosocial and spiritual aspects of palliative care. Trends in the history, culture, economy, law, and ethics of palliative care are examined. Health care systems and societal attitudes are taken into account when evaluating end-of-life care. Students examine the biopsychosocial needs of patients and families through literature, research, and observational experiences. Assessment, communication, decision-making, and interdisciplinary teamwork in palliative care are all taught.


Infection prevention and control\Theory

This course focuses on providing nurses with infection prevention knowledge and skills, as well as controlling the framework of providing nursing care within the context of the nursing process. The emphasis is on understanding the unique needs of risky populations, as well as the principles of international recommendations in this field, in order to promote quality of life in all healthcare sectors, including but not limited to primary, secondary, and tertiary healthcare facilities. Also, provide students with the tools and resources they need to interact with and fulfill the role of nurses in pandemics. Epidemics involving communicable diseases on a national and international scale.


Adult health nursing theory 1

This course is designed to help students understand medical and surgical disease conditions in adult patients. The course provides students with the necessary knowledge, such as assessment, medical management, and nursing interventions tailored to each disease problem. This course also teaches students nursing skills (such as problem solving) in order to provide comprehensive safe nursing care to patients suffering from medical surgical health problems. The nursing process is the theoretical framework that underpins this course, which aims to promote and maintain patients' physical and psychosocial integrity.


Research and biostatistics

The goal of this course is to introduce the basic research process as presented in professional nursing literature to undergraduate nursing students. It aims to introduce basic research concepts and terminology, as well as its nature, purposes, methods, literature review, data collection, analysis, and utilization. Furthermore, this course aims to teach students the fundamental principles of biostatistics that may be required in research. The research process's applicability and implementation, as well as health-related issues, will be prioritized. The course allows students to prepare for research projects and encourages them to use the research findings for evidence-based practice.


Emergency Nursing


This course is designed to give students a thorough understanding of the nature of various emergency conditions as well as the nurse's role in meeting the needs of emergency patients. The course provides students with the knowledge they need to provide effective nursing care in emergency and disaster situations. The course will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to provide basic and advanced treatment to victims who require immediate attention.


Pediatric nursing care -clinical 


This module represents the clinical component of pediatric nursing and is required by the faculty for third-year nursing students. The module focuses on infancy and childhood health problems within a developmental framework, emphasizing the importance of nurses' roles in health promotion and maintenance. The module also covered nursing assessment principles and skills such as interviewing, observation, physical and behavioral assessment. Preconceptional and prenatal influences on child health and well-being are also considered, with a focus on preventive care. Clinical evaluation and care plans will be evaluated based on clinical experience.


Community Health Nursing (Clinical)


This course emphasizes the role of the CHN as family and community-oriented rather than hospital-based, with an emphasis on health promotion, prevention, and rehabilitation rather than treatment. Students are introduced to the role of the nurse as a member of a multidisciplinary health team capable of applying basic epidemiological principles and changing strategies to nursing practice and enduring professional responsibilities for improving the health of various population aggregates. Students will apply the problem-solving approach throughout this course by implementing the nursing process in a variety of community settings such as schools, health centers, industrial areas, and disabilities centers.


Clinical  training

The course is designed to prepare near-graduation nursing students to be competent professional nurses who can work independently and collaboratively in inter-professional settings. That is consistent with professional standards, which include qualities such as evidence-based theoretical knowledge and practical skills. As a result, the demands, challenges, and expectations of patients, caregivers, and health care professionals in providing safe and high-quality care are met.


Professional writing and medical terminology

Using various components, this course examines medical terminology and vocabulary used by a variety of professionals in the healthcare field. This course focuses on medical and clinical terminology related to human anatomy and physiology, as well as the basic body systems, with an emphasis on terms related to diagnosis and pathophysiology. The bases of medical terms, such as prefixes, suffixes, roots, and combined forms, will be investigated. Relevant acronyms and abbreviations will be included as well. This course covers the origin and structure of words through the use of prefixes, suffixes, root word plurals, abbreviations and symbols, surgical procedures, medical specialties, and diagnostic procedures.



This course focuses on the study and application of contemporary concepts in psychiatric and mental health care, as well as effective interpersonal interactions. The student will learn to respond therapeutically to a variety of clients, including those with maladaptive behaviors, by utilizing the nursing process and applying psychiatric and mental health care principles. The course incorporates self-awareness and self-knowledge throughout. The nursing process and clinical judgment are emphasized in order to plan holistic, comprehensive nursing care. This course will provide the student with clinical knowledge and skills that will assist him in implementing the steps of the nursing process in patient care in hospitals and community settings.



This course covers fundamental concepts in molecular biology, cell biology, living organisms, and population biology. This course also looks at living cells, their components, plant and animal cell composition, and the various functions they perform. And the basic principles of Mendelian genes, as well as the process of control and control in these processes, as well as the plant and animal kingdoms, as well as the characteristics of each kingdom and diversity, as well as the basic principles of environmental study.



This course provides a basic introduction to chemical concepts and the development of chemical principles, as well as a basic stock of chemistry and comprehensive information for understanding theoretical material. The course emphasizes understanding, developing, and interpreting observed theories and facts, as well as teaching students about electronic structure and chemical adhesion and the nature of elements.



Anatomy and Tissue is the study of the human body from the inside out, dividing it into several systems. The course provides the student with an understanding of the natural structure of the body, which allows the student to understand the causes of disease and the methods of treatment. The student learns medical terminology that is used in practice, such as bone names, human abdomen divisions, and anatomical stance.

The course aims to teach students how to describe the composition of the various organs of the body and how the human body adapts to its surroundings and external environment, as well as how to perform some medical examinations in hospitals.



These two courses are intended to teach students the fundamental principles of human body tissues and organs, with a focus on tissues and organs. In the two subjects, the student studies all parts of the human body and their natural functions, including their locations and internal and external organ parts. The student will be able to cover the areas of tissues, the skeletal system, the nervous system, the cardiovascular system, the respiratory system, the muscular system, the endocrine glands, and other systems by the end of the course. As a result, the student will be able to understand basic anatomy information and terminology, which will aid him in his work as a nurse.



This course teaches students how a living cell works at the cellular level. The structure of cell molecules and the contact between them.



An introductory course that introduces students to the fundamental concepts of microorganisms and germs. The course allows students to discuss hospital infections and bacterial diseases caused by various bacteria, viruses, and fungi. It also covers the fundamental characteristics of microorganisms, as well as the relationship between germs, humans, and their surroundings. The course emphasizes the application of fundamental concepts in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of infectious diseases, as well as selected microbiology topics.



This course aims to provide nursing students with the knowledge and skills needed to use a computerized information system to improve care and make the best use of available resources. This course will concentrate on identifying health care cost-reduction methods, quality of care, and access to care via computerized systems.



This course is designed to teach students about disease and dysfunction from an anatomical and physiological standpoint, with an emphasis on integrating knowledge of tissues and organ systems into a holistic framework of body function and dysfunction. It will give the student a theoretical perspective on the mechanisms of normal and abnormal human cell, organ, and body system functioning.

The course content is presented in a way that fosters a critical and conceptual foundation, emphasizing the integration of body systems and their function within the body, using a comprehensive study guide with references to additional readings.

The course teaches students how to treat this disease and how to avoid it. It also allows him to compare normal body function and anatomical shape to changes in function and shape caused by disease. The course covers diseases that affect various systems in the human body, including the urinary system, circulatory system, digestive system, respiratory system, endocrine system, and so on.


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Jarash Road, 20 KM out of Amman, Amman Jordan


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