The MSN program prepares nurses for advanced nursing practice roles and uses research-based knowledge to guide practice. In addition to training advanced practice nurses for clinical, management, and administration positions, the graduate program also offers students the opportunity to work with faculty on research projects on a wide range of topics.
The Community and Public Health Nursing Program is designed to meet the health care challenges of the 21st century in Lebanon and the region. It prepares nurses to assume leadership positions in community health and equips them with the advanced knowledge and skills they need to provide care to individuals and communities. It incorporates elements of health education, program development, research, administration, and public policy.
- A bachelor’s degree in nursing from AUB or its equivalent from another recognized institution
- Cumulative undergraduate average of at least 75 (GPA: 2.7) and an undergraduate average of at least 80 (GPA: 3.2) in the major field of study (nursing)
- A license to practice nursing from country of residence
- Evidence of knowledge and competence in physical assessment skills
- At least one year of work experience in nursing
Length of the program
- Full Time: two years
- Part-time: Maximum of four years