Mission and Vision
Cultivate nursing staff with comprehensive nursing knowledge, ethical care literacy, clinical decision-making ability, enthusiasm for nursing and the ability to fulfill their responsibilities.
Cultivate advanced nursing professionals with clinical expertise in practice, education, leadership and research.
Cultivate nursing elites with international macro vision and research and development creativity.
1. Apply critical thinking and logical reasoning to clinical care.
2. Use professional knowledge and clinical nursing skills to deal with individual health problems.
3. Apply basic biomedical science principles to the nursing process.
4. Able to demonstrate effective communication, cooperation attitudes and behaviors in the team.
5. Respect yourself and others to develop helping relationships.
6. Ability to fulfill one’s professional duties and responsibilities.
7. Ability to apply ethical thinking in clinical care.
8. Ability to explore self-potential and plan professional growth and learning directions.
1. Ability to use critical thinking and argumentation skills.
2. Ability to form innovative care strategies.
3. Able to use ethical thinking and choose moral actions in ethical dilemmas.
4. Be able to implement self-learning goals and promote all-round personal and professional growth.
5. Be able to possess management capabilities to improve the quality of care.
6. Ability to use care to create caring environment.
7. Ability to perform advanced clinical nursing practices.
8. Ability to make independent judgments and actions based on clinical information.
1. Have the ability to construct and innovate nursing knowledge.
2. Ability to independently conduct research and participate in cross-professional team research.
3. Possess the connotation of humanistic qualities and medical research ethics.
4. Have an international outlook and demonstrate international competitiveness.
5. Have the ability to lead professionally and participate in policy formulation.
This department has master's and doctoral programs for graduates to continue their studies. In addition, graduates can participate in the five-year consistent plan and obtain bachelor's and master's degrees within five years.The future prospects for graduates of our program are diverse and promising, including the following:
For Bachelor's Graduates:
Registered Nurse: Graduates can work in hospitals, clinics, or long-term care facilities, providing nursing care to patients.
Health Educator: They can take on roles as nurses, school nurses, or workplace nurses in institutions such as health departments, schools, companies, or factories. They can engage in health education and community health education programs to promote institutional health awareness and lifestyles.
Researcher: Graduates can become research nurses and engage in assisting academic research or clinical medical research.
Healthcare Equipment or Pharmaceutical Company Personnel: They can work in sales, research, or marketing positions in healthcare equipment or pharmaceutical companies.
Administrative Management: Graduates can also take up management positions in healthcare institutions, assisting in planning and coordinating healthcare services.
Health Policy and Management: Graduates can participate in health policy formulation and management, contributing to healthcare system improvements and enhancing healthcare quality.
For Master's and Ph.D. Graduates:
Administrative Managers: They can work in healthcare institutions or healthcare organizations, such as nursing directors or nursing supervisors, to assist in planning and coordinating healthcare services.
Advanced Practice Nurses: They can work as case manager, clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, anesthetists, and provide highly specialized nursing care in specific fields.
Senior Researchers: They can take on roles such as research nurses or research managers and engage in academic research or clinical medical research.
Academic or Education Professionals: They can become university professors, teachers of nursing school, or clinical nursing instructors, contributing to the education of the next generation of nursing professionals.
Healthcare Administrators: They can hold senior management positions in healthcare institutions, hospitals, or other medical organizations, responsible for policy formulation, resource management, and improving healthcare quality.
Nursing Consultants: They can work as consultants in health policy, clinical practice, or quality improvement, providing professional advice.
These are some of the potential career paths for graduates with bachelor's, master's, or Ph.D. degrees in nursing. Career opportunities may vary depending on individual interests, academic achievements, and experience. Nursing is a continuously evolving field, and ongoing learning and further education are essential for career advancement.