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  • Objectives
    This Nursing Studies MSc course aims to enhance your critical understanding of health and healthcare related issues in an international context. In addition to developing your skills in research methods, this flexible programme allows you to tailor what you learn to match your interests and career requirements.
  • Entry requirements
    Applicants will have completed a course leading to nurse registration and should normally hold an honours degree (preferably a 2:1 classification), or a diploma in nursing and evidence of continuing professional development that shows an ability to study at masters level. Students whose first language is not English are normally required to have an IELTS score of >6.5 or TOEFL - computer-based score of >250
  • Academic Title
    Nursing Studies Master in Science
  • Course description


    You will examine the complex social and political nature of nursing, health and social care, using an integrated approach and will draw on theoretical frameworks from a range of disciplines.

    Reasons to choose Nursing Studies MSc degree

    The global public health and healthcare delivery agendas are currently developing at a rapid pace; a transferable knowledge base and evidence to support the practice of individual health professionals, including nurses, will be needed  in order to respond to these changes.

    This course is an opportunity to develop your knowledge base and to analyse the role of the nurse in a wider context.     

    Future prospects

    The modules offered within the Nursing Studies course can provide an opportunity to widen your CV in a number of ways. The practice teacher module allows students to meet the requirements of the Nursing and Midwifery Council or you may wish to develop leadership and management capabilities. You might also choose to examine approaches to managing individuals with long-term conditions or to enhance your knowledge of pathology and pharmacology.  As an International student, the course provides access to discussion of a broad range of approaches to health care and the opportunity to compare and apply new knowledge.

    Course content

    Postgraduate Certificate

        * Research Methodology, Designs and Methods
        * Public Health and Health Development
        * Contemporary Issues in Nursing

    Postgraduate Diploma

        * Research methodology, Designs and methods
        * Data Analysis
        * Contemporary Issues in Nursing
        * Public Health and Health Development

    Plus two optional modules (see below)

    MSc Nursing Studies

     
       * Research Methodology, Designs and Methods
        * Data Analysis
        * Contemporary Issues in Nursing
        * Public Health and Health Development

    Plus two optional modules

    Plus Master's Dissertation

    Optional Modules:

        * Practice Teaching and Learning
        * Managing Individuals with Long-term Conditions
        * Pathophysiology and Pharmacology
        * Clinical Leadership and Management
        * Public Health Policy and Practice
        * Independent Study

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