College of Nursing and Midwifery


The College of Nursing and Midwifery aims to become one of the country’s foremost leaders in nursing and midwifery education. It is in the pursuit of this goal, combined with its constant commitment to excellence in education, research and clinical care, that the College has produced generations of exceptional nurses and midwives.

The College’s curriculum constantly adapts the most innovative and recent teaching methods that are designed to keep up with the latest standards in the healthcare industry, such as the use of high-tech simulated hospital and laboratory that give students their first glimpse of clinical life and better prepare them for an even more intensive clinical learning program as they continue with their respective courses.

The College believes in the quality and value of life, and is dedicated to the highest standards of patient care.

Programs Offered

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN – 4 Yrs.) This program aims to produce nurses who are committed to provide quality and world class nursing care to all its patients across all ages.

Diploma in Midwifery (DMID – 2 Yrs.) This program aims to produce midwives who will provide care to childbearing women during pregnancy, labor and birth, during the post partum period and in between pregnancies.

Institutional Health Care Services NC II (Nursing Aide – 1 Yr.) This is a one year program that aims to produce healthcare providers who for most part, help patients of all ages to perform the most basic day-to-day tasks.

Care giving Program NCII (CG – 6 Months) A six-month training program designed to prepare students to be globally competitive in giving quality healthcare to clients especially the young and elderly. The modules of the course will develop their personality, and skills in understanding the behavior, disease processes and other health needs of clients.