Overview/Human Resource Development Objectives/Qualifications Offered

Overview

Program Title
Tokyo Medical University, Faculty of Medicine, School of Nursing
Campus Location
Shinjuku Campus
Annual Admission
80/Capacity 320
Requirements for Program Completion
Enrollment for at least 4 years, obtaining a minimum of 124 credits
(137 for those wanting to qualify for the National Public Health Nurse Examination), and passing the graduation examination.
Date of Approval
November 8, 2012
Date of Opening
April 1, 2013

Human Resource Development Objectives

Our goal is to nurture young professionals capable of thinking and acting for themselves; people who will make a positive contribution to the building of society; people acting in accordance with the founding spirit of this university, that of “Self-reliance and Self-study”.
Students completing a course here will become

professionals capable of administering medical treatment to, assisting with recovery of, and maintaining and improving the quality of life (QOL) for patients under their care in an integrated manner;

professionals with an excellent grounding in both the theoretical and practical requirements of their chosen field;

professionals able to shoulder the responsibility of fostering care within the wider community;

professionals with a global perspective capable of appreciating the philosophy of global health;

professionals with specialist training in emergency nursing in the case of urban disasters.

Qualifications Offered

Students of the School of Nursing will be eligible to sit the following examinations upon graduation, provided they have obtained the appropriate number of credits in each subject:

National Nursing Examination

National Public Health Nurse Examination (Elective)

School Nurse – Class 2 (open to those who have passed the National Public Health Nurse Examination and obtained the required number of credits in the designated subjects)

Health Supervisor (open to those who have passed the National Public Health Nurse Examination and obtained the requisite number of credits in the designated subjects)