Intended Learning Outcomes

Intended Learning Outcomes – Competencies

Program Goals

The bachelor’s degree program in nursing at Philadelphia University aims to:

G1. Graduating competent students who have appropriate theoretical knowledge, the ability to apply evidence-based practice to provide safe and high-quality nursing care.

G2. Develop the graduate's professional, managerial, and personal skills so that the student can interact and practice within national and international health systems.

G3. Motivating students' continuous development, creativity, innovation, and excellence in scientific and practical knowledge and scientific research.

G4. Increasing partnerships and collaboration with local, regional, and global institutions to hone students' competencies that contribute to the individual, community and global health. 


Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:


MKP1: Combine evidenced-based knowledge from humanities and sciences with that of nursing to assess, and plan a client-centered care for individuals, families, and groups considering all health domains, actual and potential health problems, and collaborative problems to achieve the expected outcomes

MKP2: Integrate the current research, recent technology, available resources and facilities, gained management and leadership skills to evaluate contextual safety, effectiveness, availability, cost benefits, efficacies, source allocation, needs and impacts, in order to plan and provide a quality, safe, secure, effective and financially responsible individualized nursing services



MSP1: Employ evidence-based, critical thinking and analytical skills to be able to assess, plan, evaluate and document to achieve the desired outcome of the effective comprehensive client-centered nursing care plan in terms of contextual legislations.

MSP2: Apply the gained nursing skills, including the physiological, psychological, social, managerial and leadership to ensure presenting a safe and secure care to the clients.

MSP3: implement and manage care for all kinds of clients according to an accurately documented plan considering clients' confidentiality

MSP4: determine accurately and effectively the progression of client towards planned outcomes



MCP1: Apply national and global professional and ethical standards, in providing advocacy for individuals, families, and groups with acknowledgment and awareness of their dignity, culture, values.

MCP2: Apply the gained skills related to resilience, communication, coordination and collaboration in all interactions with peers, individuals, families, groups, and healthcare team, keeping all relationship goal-directed and professionally bounded for the aim of demonstrating a quality nursing practice, achieving therapeutic relationships, and providing a quality client healthcare.

MCP3: Appraise mechanisms of developing, implementing and evaluating professional development programs to enhance the quality of the nursing profession and provided care in all related systems

Contact Information

Jarash Road, 20 KM out of Amman, Amman Jordan


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