The Master of Science (MSc) in Nursing is a challenging postgraduate qualification for nurses, midwives, or health visitors from all fields of practice. This course will assist qualified staff to develop personally and professionally in a wide range of topics and issues including communication, health promotion, leadership, person-centered practice, and research.
In the full-time mode, the MSc Nursing (general pathway) it is typically completed over one calendar year.
This will allow students to build upon their existing knowledge, skills, and values. This course will challenge students about their practice and offer different opportunities to enhance their knowledge, understanding, and critical thinking through classroom and personal study. Nurses undertaking this option often self-fund.
International applications from individuals who are qualified as nurses in their own country are particularly welcome for this course. As this course is for qualified nurses and it does not include registration as a nurse.