Departments

The academic program focuses on food and nutritional science, preventive and therapeutic nutrition.  The program  provides students with the scientific base for nutritional education and diet  planning to meet the health needs for individuals and specific at risk  groups in the community at large. Special emphasis will be on food  safety and hygiene.

The degree requirements consist of a total of 101 credit hours taken as  follows:

 -  Mandatory Core Courses: 79 Crs.
 
-  Faculty Elective Courses: 6 Crs.
 
-  General University Requirements: 16 Crs. 
     Divided into:
  * University Mandatory Courses: 7 Crs.   
  * University Elective Courses: 9 Crs.

   

The medical laboratory science program provides students with the scientific base for performing varies analytical tests on human body fluids. The medical laboratory professionals play an integral role in the health care system. They are trained to provide reliable laboratory data which is critical for diagnosis and aid in the proper management, treatment, follow up and care of patients as well as forensic investigations.

 

The program focuses on the quality clinical laboratory standards of clinical chemistry, hematology, immunology and serology, bacteriology  and virology.

 

The degree requirements consist of a total of 100 credit hours taken as follows:
   - Mandatory Core Courses: 75 Crs. 
   - Faculty Elective Courses: 9 Crs.
   - General University Requirements: 16 Crs. 
     Divided into:
     * University Mandatory Courses: 7 Crs.
     * University Elective Courses: 9 Crs.

 

The Nursing Department through its comprehensive educational program is geared to meet different challenges. These challenges include; changing technology, increased patient complexity and acuity, increased responsibility and accountability for RNs, changes in scopes of practice, changes in health care delivery, and particular requirements for specialized care. The nursing department in Tripoli is working to meet the increasing demand for nurses in North Lebanon.

1. B.Sc. in Nursing

This program prepares the next generation of nurses to offer quality care, to assume leadership roles within the health care system, and to contribute to the advancement of knowledge. The School is committed to making a distinctive contribution to nursing through excellence in education, research, and community engagement to promote individual and collective health and wellbeing.

A total of 106 credits in addition to ICDL is a must for obtaining a Bachelor Degree in Nursing in 6 semesters, as a standard, with 2 summers.

Program Requirements Credits
University Requirements 16
Major Core Courses 84
Major Elective Courses 6

2. Bridging

This program facilitates the transition of the working TS holder into the bachelor program. It is tailored to meet the needs of the adult learner RN, and to maximize strengths that the working RN possesses. Courses are taught by experts in their respective fields who share knowledge and experience in areas of clinical patient care, health care management, and professional nursing practice and leadership. Opportunities are provided to apply concepts, theories, and research in the RN's clinical practice. Graduates of the program are prepared to become effective leaders in the nursing profession.

A total of 54 credits in addition to ICDL is a must for obtaining a Bachelor Degree.

Program Requirements Credits
University Requirements 8
Major Core Courses 40
Major Elective Courses 6