Introduction: Undergraduate Nursing Courses have trying to prepare nurses to act as teachers in various teaching scenarios, despite still gaps in the student’s understanding. Objectives: To report the experience and evaluate the perceptions of undergraduate nursing students in relation to the disciplines of integrated project of educational practices I (PIPE I) and Interdisciplinary Project I (PROINTER I). Methods: Descriptive and quantitative study. Nursing students were recruited to answer a questionnaire made available via Google Forms？, with questions self-made related to the above-mentioned subjects. Results: A total of 17 students composed the study sample, aged between 17 and 30 years. Regarding the importance of the disciplines, 50% did not recognize (PIPE I) and 71.4% (PROINTER I). In the students’ view, the didactics used by the professor responsible for the discipline of PIPE I was efficient in the transmission of knowledge (60%), in relation to the objective of the PIPE I discipline, 50% had knowledge, as well as 71.4% in PROINTER I. Conclusion: It was observed that most students do not recognize the meaning and importance of the degree for their academic education, as well as the objective and relevance of the disciplines PIPE I and PROINTER I.
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Goncalves, A. C. S. , Oliveira, A. L. L. D. , Santos, I. C. D. , Miranda, K. S. D. , Vaz, L. A. , Goncalves, T. M. and Neto, O. P. D. A. (2020). Perceive of Nursing Students about Licentiate Disciplines. Open Access Library Journal, 7, e6270. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1106270.
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