Establishment of the College
The Faculty of Nursing at Al-Bayt University was established by a decision of the University Board of Trustees No. 3/2001 on 21/1/2001, to manage the nursing shortage and provide the health sector with qualified staff in the Mafraq area in particular the rest of Jordan in general. Princess Salma was named after the inauguration of the Faculty of Nursing under the patronage of HRH Princess Mona on 5 June 2002.
Princess Salma Bint Abdullah College of Nursing aspires to be a center of excellence in the fields of nursing sciences at all local, regional and international levels. The College also aspires to keep pace with academic developments and leadership among other higher education institutions in the Kingdom, in the light of AABU's vision.The messageProviding high quality programs that enable graduates to acquire the knowledge and skills they need to become competent nurses capable of providing good service at local, regional and global levels.The College Objectives
- Preparing graduates capable of providing a distinguished quality of health care and nursing and participate in the development of academic nursing programs at the local, regional and international levels
- Excellence in the professional practice of nursing and health by adhering to international and local professional standards and codes of conduct for optimal values in the delivery of health care.Showing tolerance, respect for values, appreciation of good citizenship, volunteering, respect for opinion and other opinion and respect for other cultures.
- Serving the community and supporting health, nursing and social issues by raising awareness.
- Involving both faculty members and students in the challenges of current and proposed health programs and support the educational process in terms of content for bachelor and master level in accordance with quality standards.
- Developing of new programs commensurate with the requirements of the society and sustainable development.
Programs-Bachelor program in Nursing Science-Postgraduate programs are available at the College of Nursing, offering a master's degree in both adult health nursing and the community.