Experience life-changing learning and benefit from enhanced career development with the MSc Nursing, designed to equip nursing professionals with postgraduate nursing skills demanded globally.
The structure of this online course is designed to allow for flexible studying to fit around your life. You can study at your own pace and at a time which suits you, with a dedicated support team and online facilitators to help you every step of the way. This enables a wide group of UK and internationally-based nurses with demanding workplace schedules to still benefit from career development opportunities.
What do I need to apply?
At least a 2:2 undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in Nursing. Applicants should have completed a qualification leading to registration as a nurse (registration is not required).
Applicants whose first language is not English should have an IELTS of 6.5 overall, with no component lower than 5.5.
We will consider applicants with a Diploma in Nursing or applicants with significant nursing experience and evidence of continuing professional development that demonstrates an ability to study at Masters level.
How much will it cost?
September 2019 start: £14,000
January 2020 start: £14,000
May 2020 start: £14,000
What are the learning outcomes?
A student who successfully completes the MSc will have achieved the following course learning outcomes:
- Demonstrate a professional approach to self-development in a broad range of competencies relevant to nursing across national borders and areas of practice including digital literacy, critical decision making, problem-solving, presentation and teamwork.
- Critically evaluate approaches to, and conduct of research to support practice and development of nursing care.
- Evaluate critically the application and implementation of the evidence base to a range of national and international areas of nursing practice, and contributions of nursing to public health and community development.
- Analyse approaches to support leadership, quality and service improvement and project management within policy and professional frameworks of nursing.
- Evaluate the complex social and political nature of nursing care using an integrated approach and drawing on a range of disciplines.