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Evaluation of the administration of the curriculum and the educational management is important because it reflects the curriculum management and teaching and learning management. The objective of this descriptive research was to study the satisfaction toward the administration of the bachelor of nursing
curriculum (revised edition 2012) at Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Chainat in academic year 2015. The samples of 452 people consisted of 40 full-time
instructors and a total of 412 currently enrolled 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year nursing students. The data were collected from March to July 2016 by using the
questionnaires developed by the researchers. The index of Item Objective Congruence (IOC) derived from 5 professionals was 1.0. Reliability of the questionnaire was 0.79 using Cronbach’s alpha coefficient. The research framework had been approved by the Research Council and Ethics in Human Research. The dada were analyzed by using mean and standard deviation. From the results, it was found that, in general, the satisfaction of instructors
and nursing students toward the administration of the curriculum (revised edition 2012) was at a high level ( x =4.13, S.D =0.70). The most satisfying aspect was the instructor ( x =4.27, S.D =0.66), and secondly, the curriculum and structure (x =4.18, S.D =0.69). The least satisfying aspect was the learning environment
( x =3.95, S.D=0.79). The results of the study could be utilized as a guideline for a development of future curriculum administration and teaching and learning
management thus producing quality nurse students.