Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Nurses are highly respected members of the community. They help treat patients in all sorts of health care settings and touch lives with empathy, compassion and humour. Our Master of Clinical Nursing offers you an intensive two-year path to a rewarding career as a registered nurse. What will you do? This intensive degree cultivates the professional knowledge, skills and confidence needed to make a difference every day. You will: benefit from small group learning and diverse student cohorts develop hands-on skills in high-tech simulation settings study anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology gain a keen understanding of professional standards and ethics undertake clinical placements in hospital and community settings.
Graduates seeking a career in nursing
The Master of Clinical Nursing is structured over two years of full-time study to provide in-depth theory and clinical placements in hospital and community settings. The first year provides foundational, theoretical and professional concepts, and fundamental knowledge and skills of nursing practice. Contemporary nursing care is introduced in a variety of health care contexts. The second year of the degree advances professional and contemporary knowledge and skills moving to more complex health problems.
- Clinical Nursing
Standard entry requirements
- Non-nursing bachelor degree or equivalent (pass average)
- Plus university level 1 Human Biology subject or equivalent
Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia
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