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The School of Nursing at the University of Jordan offers two BSc. programs in Nursing:
- BSc. program for females
- BSc. program for females and males

The study at the School of Nursing enables the student to obtain the Bachelor Degree of Science in Nursing by attending total of (136) credit hours divided by four academic years as follows: 

27 Credit Hours  - University Requirements
34 Credit Hours  - School Requirements
69 Credit Hours - Compulsory Specialization Requirements
36 Credit Hours - Optional Specialization Requirements
136 Total 
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The clinical Nursing Master’s program is a two-year full-time program that prepares the graduates to assume the advanced Nurse Specialist Roles in four specializations: critical care, palliative care, maternal and newborn health, and psychiatric mental health nursing. It is composed of Theory and Advanced Practice in different clinical settings depending on the specialization. The program has two tracks thesis and comprehensive for each specialization.
Master's Degree in Nursing
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The clinical Nursing Master’s program is a two-year full-time program that prepares the graduates to assume the advanced Nurse Specialist Roles in four specializations: critical care, palliative care, maternal and newborn health, and psychiatric mental health nursing. It is composed of Theory and Advanced Practice in different clinical settings depending on the specialization. The program has two tracks thesis and comprehensive for each specialization.
The Master's in Critical Care Nursing track provides comprehensive knowledge and skills for the advanced care of acute and chronic patients whose conditions require a high degree of precision and competence due to their life-threatening nature. This track focuses on professional nursing skills at the advanced specialist nurse level, which are concerned with providing the necessary nursing care to control the symptoms associated with acute and chronic conditions and their complications, which cause suffering to the patient and threaten the continuation of his life within the context of the integrated nursing care approach.
Master's Degree in Nursing
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The Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Program is a competitive program at the local and international levels, as it was established in cooperation with six reputable international universities.The study plan of the program consists of 54 credit hours distributed over 3-4 academic.

The purpose of the Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing program is to prepare nursing researchers and scholars to explore, develop, and move forward the scientific body of knowledge in nursing practice, leadership, and education. Students will develop critical and analytical skills through an in-depth study of advanced nursing, social, behavioral, and research sciences. The graduate will acquire the skills of collecting and analyzing information from a range of studies from scientific sources to enable them to generate new ideas and make an original contribution to nursing knowledge. Developments in nursing science and health care will emerge from research. Dissertation research will prepare graduates to expand their knowledge and advance professional practice to the frontiers of nursing. Graduates of the program will use innovative thinking to develop research questions and will select and apply appropriate research methods to solve problems empirically, thereby expanding the evidence base of nursing. The program will develop in its students a range of specific and transferable skills which will be required by leaders of the nursing profession in public and private healthcare organizations, and to make a major contribution to healthcare policy development, education, research, and administration.
PHD in Nursing
  
The clinical Nursing Master’s program is a two-year full-time program that prepares the graduates to assume the advanced Nurse Specialist Roles in four specializations: critical care, palliative care, maternal and newborn health,and psychiatric mental health nursing. It is composed of Theory and Advanced Practice in different clinical settings depending on the specialization. The program has two tracks thesis and comprehensive for each specialization.
The Master's track in Maternal-Newborn Health Nursing is one of the higher specializations accredited by the Jordanian Nursing Council. The program aims to qualify nurses to obtain the title of Advanced Nurse Specialist so that they can provide nursing care to women during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum, as well as to newborns in both the areas of primary and secondary healthcare for low-risk and high-risk conditions.
Master's Degree in NursingMaternal and Child Health Nursing
Maternal and Child Health Nursing
  
The clinical Nursing Master’s program is a two-year full-time program that prepares the graduates to assume the advanced Nurse Specialist Roles in four specializations: critical care, palliative care, maternal and newborn health, and psychiatric mental health nursing. It is composed of Theory and Advanced Practice in different clinical settings depending on the specialization. The program has two tracks thesis and comprehensive for each specialization.
The Master's track in Psychiatric Nursing at the University of Jordan School of Nursing is a vital and central pillar in the Jordanian healthcare system. This program not only responds to the local community's needs and requirements but also aligns with international standards in psychiatric nursing care. The program focuses on providing high-quality psychiatric nursing care, which qualifies it as an effective element in supporting individuals and their families, and in meeting their health and psychological needs effectively and sustainably.
The curriculum, which spans over two years, includes a wide range of specialized courses. These courses cover not only the core subjects in mental health but also extend to subjects that enhance scientific research and statistical skills, ensuring a strong scientific background for the students. In addition to theoretical learning, the program emphasizes specialized supervision and practical experiences in various training sites focused on mental and psychological care. This practical aspect enhances the student's ability to apply knowledge in real-life environments, preparing them excellently for their professional future.
Moreover, the program offers two options for graduation paths: the thesis track, which focuses on academic research, and the comprehensive track, which focuses on theoretical knowledge and practical applications. This variety of options enables students to choose the path that best suits their professional goals and academic interests.
Master's Degree in NursingCommunity Health Nursing
Community Health Nursing
  
The Clinical Nursing Master’s program is a two-year full-time program that prepares the graduates to assume the advanced Nurse Specialist Roles in four specializations: critical care, palliative care, maternal and newborn health, , and psychiatric mental health nursing. It is composed of Theory and Advanced Practice in different clinical settings depending on the specialization. The program has two tracks thesis and comprehensive for each specialization.
The Master's track in Palliative Care provides comprehensive knowledge and skills of advanced palliative care for patients suffering from life-threatening illnesses. The track focuses on promoting the students’ competencies in providing proficient nursing interventionsand management of symptoms that aim to relieve the patients’ sufferingthroughout the illness trajectory. This trackprepares graduates to provide high-quality palliative care to patients and their families.

Master's Degree in NursingClinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
  
The clinical Nursing Master’s program is a two-year full-time program that prepares the graduates to assume the advanced Nurse Specialist Roles in four specializations: critical care, palliative care, maternal and newborn health, and psychiatric mental health nursing. It is composed of Theory and Advanced Practice in different clinical settings depending on the specialization. The program has two tracks thesis and comprehensive for each specialization.
The Master's in Critical Care Nursing track provides comprehensive knowledge and skills for the advanced care of acute and chronic patients whose conditions require a high degree of precision and competence due to their life-threatening nature. This track focuses on professional nursing skills at the advanced specialist nurse level, which are concerned with providing the necessary nursing care to control the symptoms associated with acute and chronic conditions and their complications, which cause suffering to the patient and threaten the continuation of his life within the context of the integrated nursing care approach.
Master's Degree in NursingClinical Nursing
Clinical Nursing
  
The program is a two-year full-time program aimed at raising the qualifications of professionals in the health sector and qualifying graduates to manage and lead healthcare institutions and improve quality in healthcare systems. The program focuseson employing comprehensive advanced knowledge, scientific research skills, health information systems, strategic planning, Quality management, policy making, and safety and risk management within ethical and legal contexts.The program offers the thesis and comprehensive examination tracks in line with the other master’s programs at the University of Jordan.
Master's Degree in NursingCommunity Health Nursing
Community Health Nursing