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TRINITY UNIVERSITY OF ASIA Mission Statement CURRICULUM UNITS

Educational Philosophy The Graduate School in partnership with government and


“Preparing for Life Through God-Centered Education non-government agencies and other institutions of higher A. BASIC/CORE SUBJECTS 9 UNITS
and Service” learning provides God-centered education and service,
promotes effective teaching, encourages analytical thinking,
Vision Statement intensifies capacity for functional creative research, and
DNM 400 Theoretical Base for Advanced Nursing Practice 3
A premier Christian University in Asia and the Pacific inculcates the spirit of volunteerism in assisting the DNM 401 Advance Statistics for Health Care Research 3
transforming a community of learners as leaders towards a underprivileged members of the society through outreach DNM 402 Advance Nursing Research 3
humane society. activities.
B. MAJOR SUBJECTS 33 UNITS
Mission Statement Goals
To promote the formation of integrally-developed, The Graduate School offers programs designed for DNM 403 Diversity of Ethics 3
competent, productive and socially responsible citizens by: professionals facing challenges, new trends, and changes in DNM 404 Health Care Engineering 3
 instilling Christian values in all its academic programs, their respective field of expertise. It aims to promote effective DNM 405 Management of Technological Operations 3
co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, teaching, enlightened leadership, innovative research, spiritual DNM 406 Organizational Analysis and Evaluation 3
 providing effective and efficient services for a quality nurturance and community service.
DNM 407 Epidemiology 3
learning environment, Specifically, the Graduate School aims to:
 extending our ideals of service learning to our partners  strengthen competence in the field of teaching, DNM 408 Seminar in Planning, Evaluation, and Planning for 3
by empowering communities to be self-reliant and by administration, and supervision; Change
collaborating with other institutions,  develop students imbued with the ideals of love, DNM 409 Advance Seminar on Nursing Issues on Special 3
 encouraging self-improvement among employees to freedom, and service and who are innovative, Population
gain higher competence and better skills towards dedicated, and disciplined; DNM 410 Practicum: Clinical Immersion in Nursing Education 12
service excellence; and  develop entrepreneurship and to spur socio-economic and Practice
 exercising situational and servant leaderships in the growth;
sound management of our human and material  advance their knowledge, attitudes, values, and skills Clinical Preceptorship and Residency
resources. and be more responsive to change;
650 hours of supervised clinical/classroom
 intensify capacity for functional creative research in the
Statement of the Core Values broadening educational sphere; and preceptorship (Service and Academe)
Integrity  inculcate the spirit of volunteerism in assisting 900 hours of residency (Service and Academe)
We uphold honesty, accountability and fairness in the underserved members of society. Total of 1,550 hours = 12 units or 35 lecture
performance of our tasks. hours
Excellence DNM Goals and Objectives
We are guided by the highest standard in the performance Goals C. COGNATE SUBJECTS 9 UNITS
of our duties in instruction, research and community service. The Doctor in Nursing Management program seeks to
Teamwork develop skills, knowledge, and attitude (SKA) of participants in DNM 411 Pharmaceutical Science 3
We move as one in the spirit of mutual trust, loyalty and an area of scholarly practice both in the clinical and educational DNM 412 Health Informatics 3
solidarity to achieve our common goals. systems, practice improvement, innovations of care delivery
DNM 413 Health Care Economics 3
Innovation models, evaluation of health care delivery models, evaluation of
We courageously explore avenues to develop new health care outcomes and quality assurance and quality DNM 414 Governance in Health Care Practice 3
programs and processes to assure the faithful achievement of improvements.
our institutional goals and objectives. D. SEMINAR IN DISSERTATION WRITING 3 UNITS
Social Responsibility Objectives
We commit to deliver services through an integrated The DNM program seeks to provide participants the DNM 415 Seminar in Dissertation Writing 3
community development programs. following:
 evaluate systems, E. DISSERTATION WRITING 12 UNITS
GRADUATE SCHOOL  synthesize grand and middle range theories of nursing,
Vision Statement  measure outcomes, DNM 500 Dissertation Writing 12
The Graduate School develops professional ready to face  demonstrate evidence-based competencies,
challenges, to update new trends and to implement changes in  design systems, TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 66 UNITS
their respective field of expertise towards integrally developed,  integration of nursing theories in practice,
competent, productive and socially responsible citizens  translate researches in management to support
contributing to the achievement of a humane society. evidence based-practices, and
 utilize concepts in health care delivery systems for
diverse populations.
COURSE DESCRIPTION DNM 411 – PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE
Provides students with the latest trends, issues, and technology on
DNM 400 – THEORETICAL BASED FOR ADVANCED NURSING PRACTICE pharmaceutical developments and practices with their implications
Critical analysis of theory and utilization of various levels of nursing to nursing education and nursing practice TRINITY UNIVERSITY OF ASIA
theories as base for nursing practice DNM 412 – HEALTH INFORMATICS (formerly Trinity College of Quezon City)
DNM 401 – ADVANCE STATISTICS FOR HEALTH CARE RESEARCH Provides comprehensive knowledge on the interaction of information
Application of different statistical methods and techniques in health science, computer science, and health and medical care
care research, particularly in clinical, community health and DNM 413 – HEALTH ECONOMICS
educational setting Discusses the different economic theories, concepts, and principles
DNM 402 – ADVANCE NURSING RESEARCH as they pertain to health and medical care
Explore and delve into multiple methods of research to help students DNM 414 – GOVERNANCE IN HEALTH CARE PRACTICE
acquire new designs, methodologies, techniques, and tools in Covers different models of collaborative practice, offering challenges GRADUATE SCHOOL
nursing research. for nursing to take more prominent roles on governance issues
DNM 403 – DIVERSITY OF ETHICS
Creation of an environment where employees understand standards DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
of ethical conduct, development and sustaining a culture where DNM
diversity is valued, provision of a mechanism to reinforce training
and education
1. Completed and passed the required minimum of 66 PROGRAM
DNM 404 – HEALTH CARE ENGINEERING academic units.
Provides latest technological knowledge on the trends in health care 2. Weighted average of not lower than 1.75.
facilities and factors to consider in the development of health care 3. Passed a Comprehensive Examination.
institutions tailored to the current trends and issues on patient care 4. Passed a Dissertation Oral Defense.
modalities and improve employee and client safety and security
DNM 405 – MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGICAL OPERATIONS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Provides students various methods of using technology effectively in
the operation of organizations; theories and models are used to
address problems of technological operations in an organization 1. A graduate degree in MAN or MSN and other related
DNM 406 – ORGANIZATIONAL ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION field.
Offers concise current and comprehensive approach and basic skills 2. A graduate degree average of at least 2.00 or its
of management vis-à-vis traditional concepts; emphasis on mapping equivalent.
organizational path to the future by examining quality of 3. Transcript of records and transfer credentials if
organizational culture transferring from other school.
DNM 407 – EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES IN NURSING
Basic and advanced concepts in epidemiology to promote a forum
4. Fully accomplished Application Form with One (1) ID
for the critical evaluation of relevant current issues linking health, Picture (1x1, latest)
education, health administration and appropriate epidemiologic; 5. Graduate School entrance examination (essay) and
students examine relations between social epidemiology and life- interview.
style diseases 6. Two recommendation letters from school and work that
DNM 408 – SEMINAR ON PROJECT PLANNING, EVALUATION AND the applicant is capable of doing scholarly works in the Continuing Education
PLANNING FOR CHANGE Graduate School.
Offers application of processes, tools and techniques in Towards Quality
7. Student’s visa for foreign applicants and other
planning/managing projects to maximize performance and ensure requirements as foreign applicants to be submitted to the
Health Care Management
optimum results
DNM 409 – ADVANCE SEMINAR IN NURSING ISSUES ON SPECIAL Registrar’s Office.
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DNM 410 – CLINICAL IMMERSION IN NURSING EDUCATION AND PRACTICE 2010
Prepares students to advance in executive leadership and
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