The Evaluation of Bachelor of Nursing Science Program (Revised Curriculum) 2016 Princess of Naradhiwas University


  • Fusiyah Hayee คณะพยาบาลศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยนราธิวาสราชนครินทร์
  • Suangsuda Charoenwong
  • Boonying Tongkoop
  • Muslin Tohpaeroh
  • Tidarat Wangsawat
  • Nisreen Chemama
  • Nanta Kaleang
  • Surawut Doloh


Program evaluation, stainless steel, Bachelor of nursing science program


The objective of this descriptive research study was to assess the Bachelor of Nursing Science program. (Revised Curriculum) 2016, Faculty of Nursing, Princess of Naradhiwas University. The sample consisted of 232 first to third-year nursing students and 20 stakeholders involved in the program such as nurses, mentors, doctors, alumni, and the internal and external lecturers of the Faculty of Nursing. The CIPP model was the conceptual framework in this study. The research instruments were questionnaires covering the program's context, inputs, process and outcome. Content validity were .99, .98, 1.00, 1.00, respectively, and Cronbach's Alpha coefficient were .95, .97, .98, .99, respectively. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and focus group interviews for qualitative data, which were analyzed by content analysis. The results are as follows:
1. The program’s context; the average and SD scores of program’s objectives were at the good level ( X= 4.31, SD = 0.63), and the scores of the program structure’s opinions were at the reasonable level ( X = 4.45, SD = 0.66)
2. The program’s input; the average of opinion scores regarding lecturers’ qualifications were at the good level (X = 4.15, SD = 0.78) and the students’ qualifications scores were at the reasonable level ( X= 4.34, SD = 0.66)
3. The program’s process; the average of opinion scores about teaching and learning approach were at the reasonable level (X = 4.29, SD = 0.60)
4. The program’s outcome; the average opinion scores of the feeling to graduate successfully from this program were at the best level ( X= 4.83, SD = 0.38)


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Hayee, F., Charoenwong, S., Tongkoop, B., Tohpaeroh, M., Wangsawat, T., Chemama, N., Kaleang, N., & Doloh, S. (2022). The Evaluation of Bachelor of Nursing Science Program (Revised Curriculum) 2016 Princess of Naradhiwas University. Princess of Naradhiwas University Journal, 14(3), 92–104. Retrieved from