Nursing - Department Information   
Language Turkish
Program Time (Year) 4
Max.Program Time (Year) 7
Program Quota 60
Internships Status Absent
ÖSYM type SAY
About Programme

To train students who fulfill nursing services with preventive, curative and supportive nature through planned nursing care to individuals, families and societies as a member of health team, also their staff and paramedics, improving nursing applications by discussing and researching, and teaching about health education, communication and technology, required both in official and private sector.


To train students who fulfill nursing services with preventive, curative and supportive nature through planned nursing care to individuals, families and societies as a member of health team, also their staff and paramedics, improving nursing applications by discussing and researching, and teaching about health education, communication and technology, required both in official and private sector.

PROG. Director
Asist Prof.Dr. Necmettin AKTEPE
History
Mardin Artuklu University School of Health was established in 02.11.1996 with the decision of the Council of Ministers numbered 8655 and affiliated to Dicle University.

Mardin Artuklu University Faculty of Health Sciences was established with the decision to transform the Mardin Artuklu University School of Health into the Faculty of Health Sciences, which was published in the official newspaper in accordance with the Decree no.
Qualification Awarded
Students who successfully complete the program will be awarded the Bachelor's Degree in Nursing.
Admission Requirements
Admission of national students to the NURSING program is contingent on success on the nationally centralized Student Selection Examination (OSYS) conducted by the Student Selection and Placement Centre (OSYM). Candidates who succeed on the YGS (ENTRANCE EXAM in Higher Education) are enrolled according to their type YGS-2 score preferences. Admission of foreign students is possible through an evaluation of students’ individual application to the university. For further and detailed information please visit General Admission Requirements and Registration Procedures in the menu items of the Information on the Institution. For further information, please contact to Dicle University International Office.
Higher Grade Transition
Upon successful completion of this programme, students may apply to master’s (second cycle) and in some cases, to doctorate (third cycle) degree programs in or related fields of NURSING. According to the National Regulations on Graduate Education, students are admitted to master’s programmes taking into account their undergraduate (first cycle degree) achievement level and the scores on the subject-specific entrance examinations of the Graduate Education Entrance Examination (ALES) centrally administered by the Student Selection and Placement Centre (OSYM). Within the framework of the national regulations, regulations endorsed by the senate of each university stipulate the weight of ALES Examination results in the overall evaluation of candidates. Depending on the institutions’ regulations, for some programmes to be accessed, a certain level of foreign language proficiency is also required.
Graduation Requirements
In order for a student to graduate from the NURSING program the following conditions must to be met: • Completion of all the courses designated within the curriculum of the programme, having a total of 240 ECTS Credits with passing grades. • Achievement of a cumulative grade point average of at least 100 out of 60. • Application for at least 80% of theoretical courses and at least 70% attendance are. • Students can take the course more than 40 hours per week. Consists of a period of 15 weeks. For detailed information: Please see "Dicle University's Rules & Regulations for Undergraduate Education"
Occupational Profiles of Graduates
In order for a student to graduate from the NURSING program the following conditions must to be met: • Completion of all the courses designated within the curriculum of the programme, having a total of 240 ECTS Credits with passing grades. • Achievement of a cumulative grade point average of at least 100 out of 60. • Application for at least 80% of theoretical courses and at least 70% attendance are. • Students can take the course more than 40 hours per week. Consists of a period of 15 weeks. For detailed information: Please see "Dicle University's Rules & Regulations for Undergraduate Education"
Assessment and Grading
The methods applied for assessment of the achievement of the expected program learning outcomes for the entire program of NURSING are shown below and those for the individual course units are given in the relevant section of the cours • Mid-Term Exam • Final Exam • Make-up Exam • Short Exam (Quiz) • Homework Assessment • Presentation of Report • Computer Based Presentation The success of students in achieving the expected leaning outcomes of the each course unit within the curriculum of NURSING programme is evaluated via assessments of in-term activities and final examination which takes place at the end of each semester. Assessment of in-term activities includes a minimum number of a mid-term examination, homework and a short-exam (quiz) as compulsory assessment methods for all the course units within all degree programmes defined by the Regulations. The programmes are encouraged to define more assessment methods for the in-term activities depending on their needs for measuring the achievements of the outcomes at the programme and course unit levels in order to ensure the educational aims and objectives. The nature and number of the assessment methods used for each course unit together with their contribution the final grades are given under the title of “Assessment and Grading” in the sections of course descriptions. These arrangements are announced in advance, at the beginning of each semester and published in the sections of the course descriptions on this web site. Mid-term and final examinations are conducted in dates, places and times determined and announced by the University. The students’ final semester grade is given by their instructors based on mid-term examination, homework evaluation, short-examinations, final examination and, if there is any other assessment results taking into account the students’ compliance with attendance to the course activities. The contributions of the grades of the in-term activities and final exam grade to the final success grade of a course are determined by the course instructor and announced to students within the first two weeks of the semester. Moreover, the contribution of the final exam cannot be less than 40 % and higher than 60% for all the courses within all the degree programmes defined by the Regulations. Course units, which do not require a mid-term, homework, short-exam and/or a final exam, such as work placement, are determined by the administration of the related departments and specific assessment and grading methods for these courses are also announced through the same channels described above. Evaluation of such activities is made through the procedures defined by the Senate and assessed by Pass (P) or Fail (F) grades. The success of a student for each assessment (in-term and final) defined for each course unit is evaluated by the instructor. Evaluations are made over a scale of 100 points and converted to the letter grades at the end of the semester taking into account the standard deviation of grades and 60 grade point average of the class and using the relative evaluation method, principles of which have been set by the Senate. Please see the section of “Grade Evaluation” for detailed information.



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