norsk norsk&engelsk / norwegian&english

Course Description SPL3901 - Final Exam in Nursing (2003/2004)

ECTS Credits18
  • HOP1001 - Observation Practicum
  • HOP3001 - Observation Practicum 2
  • IPR1001 - Introductory Practicum
  • PRU1001 - Preparation for Clinical Practice 1
  • PRU2001 - Preparation for Clinical Practice 2
  • SPL1001 - Nursing science/Natural science
  • SPL1011 - Nursing Science/Social Science
  • SPL1021 - Project in Health Promoting and Preventive Work
  • SPL2001 - Medication Calculations
  • SPL2011 - Nursing in the Specialist Health Service
  • SPL3001 - Pathology
  • SPL3011 - Social Sciences
  • VPK2001 - Supervised Practicum 1 (Surgical Ward)
  • VPK2011 - Supervised Practicum 2 (Surgical Ward)
  • VPK3001 - Supervised Practicum 3 (Surgical Ward)
  • VPM2001 - Supervised Practicum 1 (Medical Ward)
  • VPM2011 - Supervised Practicum 2 (Medical Ward)
  • VPM3001 - Supervised Practicum 3 (Medical Ward)
  • VPP2001 - Supervised Practicum 1 (Mental Health Ward)
  • VPP2011 - Supervised Practicum 2 (Mental Health Ward)
  • VPP3001 - Supervised Practicum 3 (Mental Health Ward)

The student must absorbe aspects of nursing of special interest:
- acquire insight in a limited sphere
- further development of capability as to independence, systematical thinking and appraisal founded on facts
- further development of capability as to literature review and make use of sources based upon critical assessment of those
- get experience as to plan and fulfill a greater work individually and in groups
-further development of capability to evaluate one’s own work


Competence based on theory and practical nursing skills (PNS) from nursing science, medical and natural science and social sciences.

Study MethodsLectures, Group Works, Seminars
AssessmentHome exam in groups + individual oral exam
The final grading of the written exam may be adjusted by one step either upwards or downwards according to performance in the oral examination. Students must obtain a passing grade on the written exam before they can take the oral exam.
Grading SystemAlphabetical Scale, A (best) - F (fail)
Course Requirements2 tutorials
More information in the teaching plan.
Supplementary Information