|I||Health care delivery, policy and Quality outcomes|
|II||Leadership and communication|
|III||Research and Nursing Research|
|IV||Concepts of administration|
|V||Organization, Planning, and Staffing|
|VII||Education and Nursing Education|
|VIII||Administration and Management in Nursing|
|IX||Public Health Management|
|X - XII||Research Work|
Total Credits: 45
You can apply online: https://www.tauedu.org/dbl/how-to-apply.html Fill the application form with all the relevant information and our Enrollment Advisor will call you for more details.
It will take about four to six weeks from the application deadline to take a decision on your application. Once a decision has been made you will be notified by e-mail.
No. We conduct the proctored Examinations including viva-voice.
Some of the career prospects upon completion of the course include:
Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) typically have one year of education and are prepared to perform simple to complex medical procedures and tasks. They operate under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) or a physician. Registered nurses (RNs) have two to four years of education and are prepared to practice in a variety of healthcare settings to meet the health needs of the individuals.