COLLEGE OF NURSING

About the BSN program

AIU Health Science Centers at the Gambia, College of Nursing offers the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). It is a professional program that builds on a foundation of knowledge in science, humanities and related professional disciplines. BSN graduates are prepared as general clinical practitioners.

BSN coursework emphasizes critical thinking, health and human functioning, care and therapeutics, person/environment fit and health care resources. Clinical experiences occur in a wide variety of hospital and community settings serving diverse populations; role development, decision making, health status evaluation, and scholarship are emphasized. The BSN program is highly competitive, and demands rigorous academics combined with experiential learning.









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September 10, 2013


Honorable Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Dr. Omar Sey welcomed the group of new students who joined the university from September 2013. The freshman class attended the orientation with a visit to the hospital and the new construction site of AIU Health Science Center at Kanifing Institutional Area.

September 1, 2013


AIU Kotu Campus was acquired last month to be utilized as a residential halls for international student.
The 80 rooms facility is exclusively for the AIUWA students.

November 30, 2012


Clearing at the newly acquired land for the permanent site of the new campus has begun ahead of schedule. The construction is scheduled to start within next 40 days. Currently estimated to cost $16M, the new campus shall have 11 laboratories, 4800 sq.ft library, 18 classrooms, 2 dry labs and 12 conference rooms. The new campus is scheduled to be completed in 2014/15.

The plans for the main buildings are being finalized.

November 5, 2012


Land acquired for new campus

5+ acre of land in the heart of the city has been acquired for building a new and permanent campus. The land is ideally located just 2 blocks from the Friendship Residence Hall and 3 blocks from Serekunda Hospital.

On October 29, 2012, the ground breaking ceremony was conducted on the newly acquired land. Many faculty staff and students attended the ceremony where prayer to Mother Earth was offered.

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