The Evaluation of Bachelor Nursing Science Curriculum (Revised in 2017), Mission Faculty of Nursing, Asia-Pacific International University

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จิราวรรณ กล่อมเมฆ
จันทนา หล่อตจะกูล
เพชรรัตน์ เอี่ยมละออ
เจตนา วงษาสูง

Abstract

This descriptive research aimed to evaluate the Bachelor of Nursing Science Curriculum (Revised in 2017), Mission Faculty of Nursing, Asia-Pacific International University. The sample consisted of 260 students and 24 administrators and full-time curriculum lecturers. The CIPP model, the Educational Quality Assurance Framework of the Office of Higher Education Committee, and the Thai Nursing Council were used as a conceptual framework. The instruments consisted of a questionnaire collecting the opinion related to context, input, process, and product of curriculum. The content validity (IOC) of the domains was .99, 1.00, 1.00, and 1.00, respectively. The Cronbach’s alpha coefficients were .95, .98, .99, and .98 respectively. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics shown as percentage, mean, and standard deviation. 


The results showed the Bachelor of Nursing Science Curriculum (Revised in 2017) was suitable at the highest level overall and the domains of the context, process, and product. The input domain is illustrated as the high level. The findings could be used to improve the quality of the Bachelor of Nursing Science Curriculum (Revised in 2022), Mission Faculty of Nursing, Asia-Pacific International University for achieving the goal of the institute, the need of the society, and the country.

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กล่อมเมฆจ., หล่อตจะกูลจ., เอี่ยมละออเ., & วงษาสูงเ. (2021). The Evaluation of Bachelor Nursing Science Curriculum (Revised in 2017), Mission Faculty of Nursing, Asia-Pacific International University. APHEIT Journal of Nursing and Health, 3(1), 16-31. Retrieved from https://rsujournals.rsu.ac.th/index.php/ajnh/article/view/2129
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