College of Nursing


Maintains quality education through the utilization of innovative and creative teaching methods and facilities that support instruction, such as the Nursing Skills Laboratory and the Main Library that is filled with updated books, journals, and online computers.

The program aims to produce a fully functioning nurse who is able to perform the competencies in the key areas of responsibility such as safe and quality nursing care, communication, collaboration and team work, health education, legal responsibility, personal and professional development, quality improvement, research, management of resources and environment and record management.

The MCU nursing graduates’ board examinations passing rate have always exceeded the national passing average. MCU graduates are cited for their outstanding compassion and caring worldwide.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

A four-year degree program that consists of general education and professional courses. The professional courses begin in the first year and thread through the development of competencies up to the fourth year level. The BSN program provides an intensive nursing practicum that will refine clinical skills from the first year to ensure the acquisition of basic clinical competencies required of a nursing practitioner.

Student Organizations

  1. College of Nursing Student Organization
    The organization that seeks to cultivate and maintain camaraderie among nursing students, encourage them to actively participate in college activities to promote physical, spiritual, intellectual, cultural and social development.
  2. MCU Pax Romana
    The group that organizes activities for the total formation of Christian individuals and intellectual and professional well being of its members.
  3. Nightingale Mission
    An organization whose primary goal is to contribute to the solution of health and social problems affecting depressed communities.