ACHIEVEMENT OF NQF PROGRAMME OUTCOMES: GRADUATE-ALUMNI PERSPECTIVE


 

This indicator is the extent to which the competencies and abilities as stated in the NQF program outcomes for a four year Bachelor Degree have been achieved as perceived by graduates and their employers and measured on a 5-point Likert scale. Perception is defined as the way in which something is regarded, understood, or interpreted.

 

This is an outcome evaluation to determine the effectiveness of the Bachelor of Nursing program at CON-J and identify the strengths and weaknesses of the curriculum. The purpose of this investigation is to describe and compare the perceptions of the graduates/alumni and their employers about the extent to which the Bachelor of Nursing programme has succeeded in achieving the Saudi Arabian National Qualifications Framework (NQF) outcomes.

 

 

Dear CON-J Graduate Alumni: The objective of this survey is to obtain your views about the extent to which the Bachelor’s degree in nursing at the CON-J has prepared you as graduate for your role as a professional nurse, bearing in mind that you are currently at the early stages of your career as professional nurse.

Kindly reflect back on your experiences as a CON-J graduate while you complete this questionnaire. 


There are 21 questions in this survey.