The Master of Arts in Nursing (MAN) is a two-year graduate program designed to prepare professional nurses for teaching, managerial and supervisory roles in healthcare institutions. It teaches students the essentials of good leadership and managerial responsibilities for them to effectively and efficiently operate healthcare organizations and hospitals.
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Graduate Admission Requirements: 1. Accomplished Application for Admission Form. 2. Original and one photocopy of transcript of records with Special Order (S.O.) Number if Transferee, Honorable Dismissal and Transcript of Records. 3. Two (2) Copies of 2”X2” Identical Photos. 4. Permit to study (for Government Employees) and Certificate of Good Moral Character by any of the following: • School where Bachelor Degree was earned for those enrolling in the Master’s Program and School where MA was earned for those enrolling in the Doctor’s Program. • Certificate of Employer if Currently Employed.
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Our Lady of Fatima University (OLFU) is a private university in the Philippines widely known for its paramedical courses. It was established in 1967 by Jose C. Olivares and his son-in-law, Dr. Vicente M. Santos. From the former Our Lady of Fatima Hospital, the founders transformed it into a training ground for healthcare providers paving way for the rise of Our Lady of Fatima College of Nursing. The University was recognized then as one of the top producers of passers in Nursing Board Examinations. OLFU continued its feat and expanded its facilities. It added other programs in its curriculum. Currently, the school has campuses in Quezon City, Valenzuela City, Antipolo, San Fernando (Pampanga) and Nueva Ecija.
OLFU Quezon City's quiet atmosphere offers the same brand of topnotch education as in the other OLFU campuses. Its suburban location provides a gentle, homely atmosphere while being minutes away from metro Quezon City. Established for the greater Quezon City Area, easy transportation is accessed as the nearby community is bustling with activity. A sub-campus in the Regalado area is also in place, that gives students access to the Fatima Eye and Rehabilitation Center, a Fatima University Medical Center establishment.