The BS Nursing program was then offered by the College along with the existing Graduate Midwifery (previously offered at the College of Sciences). The latter was later offered as a progressive health sciences curriculum through the Associate of Science in Health Education (ASHE) program which allowed the graduates to proceed to Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

In an effort to accommodate foreign students, the BS in Nursing curriculum for Foreign Students in the USA was revised based on the CHED Memo 14, series of 2009 and submitted for the approval of the PSU Board of Regents.

Seeing a good opportunity to further expand its base and provide accessible education for nurses based in Palawan, the College has started offering the graduate program Master of Science in Nursing with major fields of study in Medical Surgical Nursing and Nursing Service Administration. The first batch composed of thirteen (13) students started schooling last summer 2010. It should be noted that ten (10) of the students are faculty members of the CNHS proving the fact that the College’s faculty members strive to provide a better quality of education for the students by going back to the classrooms to learn more.