Throughout the B.Sc. Nursing program, students participate in clinical rotations, where they work under the supervision of experienced nursing professionals. These clinical experiences provide opportunities to apply theoretical knowledge, develop clinical skills, and gain practical exposure to various patient populations and healthcare settings.
Upon completion of the B.Sc. Nursing program, graduates are eligible to apply for licensure as registered nurses (RNs). They can pursue a range of career opportunities in hospitals, clinics, community health centers, nursing homes, and other healthcare settings. Graduates may work in areas such as medical-surgical nursing, pediatrics, maternity care, psychiatric nursing, critical care, public health, research, or nursing education.
ECR Aviation Academy's B.Sc. Nursing program aims to produce competent and compassionate nursing professionals who are equipped to provide safe and holistic care to individuals, families, and communities. The program adheres to industry standards and prepares students to meet the evolving healthcare needs of society.