The curriculum includes biomedical sciences, social sciences, general/clinical nursing; midwifery and related subjects. In particular, this programme offers 25 courses.
A total of 1,510 hours are dedicated to direct contact with the faculty in classroom teaching and supervised clinical learning activities. A total of 1,040 hours are set out for self-directed learning activities. In addition, students will complete a total of 55 weeks (or 1,650) in specified clinical placements as required by the Nursing Council of Kenya.
The clinical learning component will take place within students' work environment and other clinical settings under the supervision of trained preceptors. Each placement will have specific learning objectives to guide the learning that will take place in approved hospitals, psychiatric/mental health hospitals, and community based health facilities/settings.