Curriculum

Curriculum

We train nurses with humanity and ethics as well as with a high level of nursing skills and knowledge.

First Year

Students learn liberal arts and basic specialized subjects, and prepare for the practicum (clinical training) from the second year.

Required Subjects are written in red.  Elective Subjects are written in black. The curriculum in 2017.


Second Year

Students learn nursing specialized subjects such as pediatric, adult and geriatric nursing, and fundamental nursing practicum.

Required Subjects are written in red.  Elective Subjects are written in black. The curriculum in 2017.


Third Year

Students acquire specialized knowledge required for nurses, and experience a variety of cases in training hospitals.

Required Subjects are written in red.  Elective Subjects are written in black. The curriculum in 2017.


Fourth Year

Students summarize four years of study through synthesis nursing practicum and methodology of nursing researchⅡ.

Required Subjects are written in red.  Elective Subjects are written in black. The curriculum in 2017.


Practicum (Clinical Training)

The whole community will be the learning field. We provide high quality clinical training through our collaborative efforts with leading hospitals in the community.
Our students begin clinical training from the second year of study based on the philosophy of "Nursing is a science of practice."
Our training hospitals and health facilities are located within 30 minutes from Ichinomiya station, the nearest station from our university.


The merits of our clinical training program include:

  • Students start clinical training after completing sufficient basic education in the first year
  • Students have generous support in small groups
  • Students have the opportunity to learn in leading health facilities with hands on clinical training

Five students are placed into one group, and dedicated teachers will guide them closely throughout these clinical training sessions.
In addition, students are also placed into individual practice conferences in order to make clear and discuss issues or challenges they are experiencing with the clinical practice contents, nursing skills, and to help them achieve maximum results by reviewing their clinical practice.


Training Hospitals

Ichinomiya Municipal Hospital

Ichinomiya Municipal Hospital

Ichinomiyanishi Hospital

Ichinomiyanishi Hospital

Nagoya University Hospital

Nagoya University Hospital
  • Ama Municipal Hospital
  • Bisaikinen Hospital
  • Fujita Health University Banbuntane Hotokukai Hospital
  • Imaiseshinryou Center
  • Inazawa Municipal Hospital
  • Kamibayashikinen Hospital
  • Konan Kosei Hospital
  • Matsunami General Hospital
  • Nagoya City East Medical Center
  • Tsushima City Hospital