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Master of Nursing

Starting Date: Trimester 1, 2, or 3

Master of Nursing

Description

The Master of Nursing at UNE has a strong emphasis on the development and application of evidence-based practice and scholarship in contemporary healthcare practice, education and research settings. This course prepares students for advanced nursing practice in modern and complex healthcare, and related environments, where nurses continue to make significant contributions and take leadership roles.

Using a variety of learning strategies and flexible delivery options, the Master of Nursing enables students to align their study with their career goals by selecting a clinical, research or professional pathway. Specialisations are available in clinical management, clinical practice, learning and teaching in healthcare, mental health, rural health, or safety and quality in healthcare. Alternatively, the general program enables students to design their own program of study from the offerings within the course to address areas of specialty practice not currently offered as specialty streams or students can combine subjects for a broader focus.

To consolidate students Master of Nursing studies students will undertake a capstone unit or a research project in the final teaching periods. This will enable students to apply their knowledge, investigate practice problems, or professional issues and seek innovative solutions to real concerns in healthcare.

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • assess and address complex health and or professional issues from a range of approaches within an increasingly internationalised context of health care and professional practice;
  • develop, implement and undertake new and innovative practices within legislative and professional boundaries;
  • support the development of evidence-based nursing and health care interventions;
  • initiate, manage and sustain changes which positively affect health outcomes for diverse populations;
  • analyse contemporary social, political and professional influences on nursing practice and health care delivery; and
  • contribute to the development of knowledge for practice and the profession through education, research and scholarship.

Requirements

To be considered for admission into the Master of Nursing, a candidate shall hold a current Nursing registration (eg Nurses and Midwives Board of Australia) or equivalent and either:

(a) hold the AQF Level 7 degree of Bachelor of Nursing or equivalent; or

(b) hold an AQF Level 8 graduate certificate or graduate diploma in Nursing; or

(c) satisfy the School by means of other relevant nursing qualifications and workplace experience [at least equivalent to Admission Rule (a)] of adequate preparation for candidature.

Notes

  • UNE has been at the forefront of nurse education longer than any other university in Australia.
  • UNE was the first tertiary education provider in Australia to offer distance education for nurses.
  • UNE nurse graduates are well respected within the profession, they are critical thinkers, well prepared educationally for the professional challenges they will face.




 
  • Start Date
  • Trimester 1, 2, or 3 
  • Organisation Name
  • University of New England 
  • Course venue
  • Armidale (off campus) 
  • Qualification level
  • Post Grad 
  • Course category
  • Nursing 
  • Course duration
  • 1 to 1.5 Years Full-time, Up to 6 Years Part-time 
  • Study Type
  • Full-time,Part-time 
  • Fees
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  • Delivery
  • Online and Classroom 

 

 
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