Its primary objective is to educate selected men and women for varied positions in nursing, who can:
1. Integrate concepts of the natural, social and behavioral sciences in meeting the needs of a growing person in the health-illness continuum through critical/analytical thinking, the nursing process and decision-making.
2. Work with clients and other professionals with a deep sense of responsibility and commitment in providing caring care in any setting utilizing the primary health care approach, effective communication and leadership skills.
3. Undertake research and continuing education programs for personal and professional growth.
4. Derive fulfillment in their functions as professionals as they reach out to the community quided by ethico-moral, spiritual and legal principles.