Mountain View College School of Nursing is recognized by the government (Department of Education) grant effective July 3, 1972, to a Five-Year Collegiate Nursing Course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN).
The MVC School of Nursing has graduated a total number of 2,172 nurses since 1972 – 2016. They serve in almost every continent of the globe. They work here and abroad either under the auspices of the Seventh-day Adventist Church or the secular health care industry. Others find their way into traditional areas of employment. Some of the alumni hold important positions in their institutions and varied health care institutions of learning.
Mountain View College- School of Nursing believes in Jesus Christ, the True Model of Excellence in Caring and Healing.
Mountain View College- School of Nursing envision to be a leading nursing school upholding excellence in instruction, research, and service-producing globally competent professional nurses.
Mountain View College- School of Nursing endeavors to provide an Adventist nursing education that prepares students for Christian service, reflecting God’s Love in teaching and practice.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Program Outcomes:
Second-year level Learning Outcomes
At the end of the second year, given a normal and high-risk mother and newborn, child, family, communities, and population groups in any health care setting, the learners demonstrate safe, appropriate, and holistic care utilizing the nursing process.
School of Nursing
Mountain View College
College Heights, Mt. Nebo
Valencia City, 8709 Bukidnon
+63917 709 4492
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