Deadline: 2 Jul 2019
On completion of the Nursing MNSG program, graduates will be able to:
– use research evidence to improve the quality of care delivered within their sphere of influence
– use contemporary leadership theory, including leadership styles to function as effective leaders in their chosen area of nursing or health care
– act as mentors for, and give support to, fellow nurses or other health care workers to enhance quality of care provision and embed principles of lifelong learning into their practice
– understand and implement ethical research principles and practices
– design and implement a research project or significant scholarly activity within a selected discipline area
– apply current research techniques and methodology in pursuit of specific research goals
– demonstrate competence in and appropriate use of language and literacy, including spelling, grammar, punctuation and bibliographic referencing
Would you like a say in the strategic direction of your ward, hospital or organisation? Our Master of Nursing will boost your career opportunities in nursing and healthcare management.
The Master’s program Nursing MNSG contains twelve units. There are nine compulsory courses of one unit each and three units as approved courses.
- – Management in Health Care Practice
- – Culture as a Determinant of Health
- – Health Policy Analysis and Review
- – Research Methodology for the Human Sciences
- – Research Project Design
- – The Law and Health Care Practice
- – Health Masters Project A
- – Health Masters Project B
– Completion of an Australian university or equivalent three year Bachelor degree in the area of Nursing.
– Current Professional Registration as a Division 1 Nurse or equivalent with either Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) or relevant regulatory body in applicant’s home country.
– A minimum of one years’ professional work experience.
– English Language Proficiency requirements for Category 3.
At least 1 year(s) of work experience are required.
Detailed Program Facts
Starting in July 2019
You can apply until:2 Jul 2019
- For more details please visit program website.