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To be the pillar of Egyptian nursing profession impacting on the health of the society through excellence in nursing education, research, practice and community service.


To provide educational strategies that help students acquire problem solving, evidence-based practice, knowledge and aptitudes needed to provide culturally sensitive health care.
To be the core of quality care following the principles of individual and long-life learning To meet the changes and challenges as well as opportunities that are influencing nursing development.

Endorse and uphold the principles of cultural humility and sensitivity, working in partnership with the communities it serves to co-create mutually beneficial relationships and improve health outcomes.

1. Educational programs and student engagement Goal:

Develop high quality educational programs to prepare nurse clinicians, educators and scientists for leadership in a global dynamically changing and
culturally diverse healthcare environment.


1. Align academic programs and curricula with current and emerging health workforce priorities, implement process of curricula review/revision to ensure continuous quality improvement.

2. Design and implement a comprehensive and holistic admission process for selection of students .

3. Promote student and alumni engagement to advance learning, scholarship, and professionalism and the mission and vision of FON.

4. Graduate practice clinicians who are the preferred hires of BUC clinical partners.

5. Engage the recruitment, retention, engagement and satisfaction of educational staff.

2. Professional Excellence

Goal: Excel in educational practices, clinical practice and clinical scholarship


1. Increase interprofessional education learning and practice opportunities.

2. Enforce opportunities for interprofessional faculty practice and learning within the health system to advance collaboration and engagement of faculty and students in clinical leaning environments.

3. Promote scholarship and professional development of clinical faculty.

4. Offer professional development programs that advance practice, foster entrepreneurship, enhance professional specialization.

3. Research

Goal: Excel in high-impact, innovative research and entrepreneurial activities that transform healthcare and improve health


1. Consistently ranks in the top 5 national Faculties of Nursing

2. Build professional reputations in areas of current health funding (critical care, prevention and promotion of endemic diseases, management of nursing service, maternal and new born health)

3. Increase research faculty productivity

4. Resources and Sustainability
Goal: Generate new and optimize existing Faculty resources to advance the mission of FON

1. Increase visibility and importance of FON- research originality, undergraduate and future graduate programs, community and global partnership, scholarship and service, faculty, students and graduates.

2. Consistently employ sound financial practices and strategies to ensure the sustainability of the FON through professional development programs, faculty expertise and academic reputation,

3. Optimize physical space to align with academic priorities

4. Improve university technology resources to insure optimization of existing  resources and identification and effective utilization of new resources to support FON strategic plan

Full time Academic staff

Title Name Specialty
Professor Cheherezade M.K. Ghazi Community Health Nursing
A.    professor Ghada Riad El Guindy Medical surgical Nursing
A.  professor Fatma AboulKheir Maternity and Neonatal Nursing
Lecturer Hoda El Sayed Community Health Nursing
Lecturer Samed Zidan Mehany Medical Surgical Nursing
Ass. Lecturer Bashayer Mohamed El Sayed Nursing Service Administration
Ass. Lecturer Naglaa Shaaban Atteya Ibrahim Maternity and Neonatal Nursing
Ass. Lecturer Zeinab Yehya Abdel Nabi Mental Health Nursing
Demonstrator Ghada Zoheir Abdel Zaher
Demonstrator Sabrin Hassan Afify
Demonstrator Ola Ashraf Hamed
Demonstrator Ahlam Antar Ibrahim


Department Code
Fundamentals of Nursing NFU
Adult Health Nursing AHN
Maternal and Infant Health Nursing MIHN
Child and Adolescent Health Nursing CAHN
Mental Health Nursing MHN
Family and Community Health Nursing FCHN
Nursing Administration NA

Program: General

The Faculty of Nursing at BUC offers a general nursing program adopting a general curriculum that structures the principles and educational objectives to give the student a broad background.  In addition to the general nursing education courses the students acquire specialized foundational courses and specialized knowledge and skills in a systematic and stepwise manner which deepens their understanding of the society and culture as well as the nature of Nursing.

Practical training starts from the very first level to ensure that students learn while relating to scientific knowledge in nursing and actual real events exposure.  The training sites cover a wide range primarily focused on health, illness and community- oriented institutions.

The program is designed in such a way as to plant the seeds for having all students continue to grow on into the future in their capacity as nurses of various specialty areas.

Students are qualified for the license in Egypt and for the national examination in various countries of the world and can continue their education in highly specialized nursing areas.

Degree: BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing)

Level one Semester I:

Code Course Title Hour/week Total Credit Requisite
Theory Lab Hosp
MED 1101 Anatomy I 2 2
MED 1102 Physiology I 2 2
MED 1103 Microbiology 2 2
SUP 1104 English Language I 2 2
NUR 1105 Professional Ethics 1 1
NUR 1106 Fundamentals of Nursing 1 Theory 3 3 Co-requisite NUR 1107
NUR 1107 Fundamental of Nursing 1 Practice 4 9 5 Co-requisite NUR 1106
SUP 1108 Introduction to Sociology 1 1
Total 13 4 9 18

Level one Semester II:

Code Course Title Hour/week Total Credit Requisite
Theory Lab Hosp
MED 1209 Anatomy II 1 1
MED 1210 Physiology II 2 2
MED 1211 Biochemistry and Nutrition 2 2
NUR 1212 Fundamentals of Nursing 2 Theory 3 3 Co-requisite NUR 1213
NUR 1213 Fundamentals of Nursing 2 Practice 2 12 5 Co-requisite NUR 1212
SUP 1214 Communication and Group Dynamics 2 2
SUP 1215 English Language II 2 2 3
Total 12 4 12 18

Level two Semester I:

Code Course Title Hour/ week Total Credit Requisite
Theory Lab Hosp
NUR 2317 Adult health Nursing 1 theory 3 3 Pre: NUR 1107, NUR 1106
NUR 2318 Adult Health Nursing 1 practice 2 12 5 Pre: NUR 1107, NUR 1106
MED 2319 General Medicine/gerontology 2 2
MED 2320 Introduction to Pharmacology 2 2


Health Promotion and Educational Technology 1 2 2
SUP 2322 English Language III 2 2 Pre: Sup 1104, Sup 1215
MED 2323 Applied Nutrition 1 1 Pre: Med 1211
Total 11 4 12 17

Level Two Semester II:

Code Course Title Hour/ week Total Credit Requisite
Theory Lab Hosp
MED 2424 General Surgery/specialties 2 2
NUR 2425 Adult Health Nursing 2 theory 3 3 Pre:NUR 1212, NUR 1213
NUR 2426 Adult Health Nursing 2 Practice 2 12 5 Pre:NUR 1212, NUR 1213
MED 2427 Epidemiology 2 2
MED 2428 Applied Pharmacology 2 2 Pre: MED 2320
SUP 2429 English Language IV 2 2 3 Pre: SUP 1215
Total 11 4 12 17

Level Three Semester I:

Code Course Title Hour/ week Total Credit Requisite
Theory Lab Hosp
NUR 3531 Maternal and Newborn health Nursing theory 3 3
NUR 3532 Maternal and Newborn Health Nursing Practice 2 9 4 Co-requisite NUR 3532, MED 3533,
MED 3533 Maternal and newborn Medicine 2 2 Co-requisite NUR 3531, MED 3533
NUR 3534 Role of NGOs 1 2 2
NUR 3535 Emergency preparedness, mitigation and response 2 2
SUP 3536 Mathematics /Biostatistics 2 2
SUP 3537 English Writing 2 2 Pre requisite SUP2429
Total 12 4 9 17

Level Three Semester II:

Code Course Title Hour/ week Total Credit Requisite
Theory Lab Hosp
NUR 3638 Child Health Nursing Theory 3 3
NUR 3639 Child Health Nursing Practice 2 12 5 Co-requisite NUR 3638 Theory , SUP 3641
MED 3643 Pediatric Medicine and Neonatology 2 2 Co-requisite NUR 3638 practice, SUP 3641
SUP 3641 Life span, Growth and Development 2 2
NUR 3642 Evidence Based Practice and Research Critique 2 2 3
SUP 3643 Advanced English Writing 2 2 Pre: Sup 3537
Total 11 4 12 17

Level Four Semester I:

Code Course Title Hour/ week Total Credit Requisite
Theory Lab Hosp
NUR 4745 Family and Community Health Nursing theory 3 3
NUR 4746 Family and Community Health Nursing practice 9 3
NUR 4747 Psycho-social aspects of Health Care 2 2
NUR 4748 Mental Health Nursing theory 2 2
NUR 4749 Mental Health Nursing practice 9 3
MED 4750 Psychiatric Medicine 2 2
SUP 4751 Projects and reports writing 2 2 Pre: Sup3643
Total 11 18 17

Level Four Semester II:

Code Course Title Hour/ week Total Credit Requisite
Theory Lab Hosp
NUR 4852 Nursing administration , Leadership and Management Theory 3 3
NUR 4853 Nursing administration , Leadership and Management Practice 9 3
SUP` 4854 Health Legislation and Economics 2 2
NUR 4855 Nursing Future Directions 2 2
NUR 4856 Graduation project 3 3
Elective two Choice of (2) for a total of 4 credits
ELC 4857 Infection Control 4 4
ELC 4858 Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Nursing Services
ELC 4859 Patient Safety
ELC 4860 Nursing informatics
Total 14 9 17

Dean address to Students of the School of Nursing – Badr University

Future Nurses,

Ch. Ghazi

Ch. Ghazi

You have decided to select a profession which is full of opportunities, challenges and strengths and will place you in the forefront of the health care team.  Your role in health promotion, prevention of illness, patient advocacy and improvement of the health care is limitless.

Nursing is not easy and demands that you have the courage and the will to develop academically and persevere in helping others to achieve their optimum health through a humanitarian, ethical and safe provision of care.

Best wishes for a bright future

Facilities and Resources available at the Faculty of Nursing

A total of 7 classrooms that can accommodate 750 students and 3 seminar rooms to accommodate 75 students

A computer lab is available for 36 students and an anatomy lab for 24 students at a time.

The Faculty of Nursing is also utilizing 4 Nursing labs equipped with teaching models representing different patients and with the possibility of practicing nursing procedures and providing care.  Models are also available for cardio-vascular resuscitation and baby delivery as well as for providing newborn care. Anatomical models are also displayed in the anatomy lab.

Lecture schedules

Exam schedules

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