Undergraduate School of Nursing
The aim of the Undergraduate School of Nursing, grounded in the spirit of Christianity, is to cultivate leaders with specialized training in the nursing healthcare professions. In particular, the school seeks to contribute to progress in nursing and nursing education through the academically based clinical training and praxis of students which will enable them to acquire the scientific nursing-related knowledge required in the areas of treatment and prevention guidance, to strive for technical proficiency, to cultivate sound character, and to equip themselves with the capacity for leadership.
Graduate School of Nursing
The aim of the Graduate School of Nursing of St. Luke’s International University, in accordance with the University’s Founding Spirit, is to contribute to the advancement of humanity through in-depth teaching, research and immersion in nursing theory/practice to foster the thorough academic knowledge/research skills underlying advanced clinical practice.