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Nursing is a pious profession devoted to the care of humanity, it is a profession with ethical components and a sympathetic as well as empathetic approach. Faculty of Nursing Sciences (Bachelor of Science) is a graduate programme that prepares nursing scholars for a career in the Healthcare Industry. AUS faculty of Nursing provide Graduate nurses with sound knowledge, ethical and value-based learning. It also fosters the spirit of national development by providing professional knowledge and practice from the grassroots level. With AUS degree, graduates inculcate qualities, a solid foundation in research, function optimally in the hospitals, hands-on community services, and in the field of education.

We at AUS faculty of Nursing, understand the core values of caring with sensitivity amongst the youth towards the community and environment. Graduate programme in nursing focus on the development of critical thinking and judgment, understanding of health care delivery systems and economics, interdisciplinary care, public health, and channels of communications in a variety of health care settings. We target to produce thought-provoking Nurse leaders of our Nation.

The faculty at AUS faculty of Nursing are dedicated renowned educators and researchers, with a calling to inspire change in health care through innovation and perfection in nursing education, practice, and service.


After completing this programme, graduates Nurses are able to

  • Perform nursing care with high competency, sensitivity, having a sense of cultural awareness and social changes.
  • Care patient with proper nursing diagnosis by understanding scientific rationales.
  • Identify patient properly, able to make clinical judgments and organise patient care using reflection, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
  • Perform health education based on health promotion, risk-reduction, and disease-prevention for individuals, groups, and population of the society.
  • Serve the society by contributing their work as an integral part of an interdisciplinary healthcare team.