MSc/PgDip/PgCert Nursing: Research, Practice, Education, International
- Part-time study available
- Clinical Placement
- International students can apply
- NHS Funding and bursaries available
On graduation nurses will have achieved mastery of their chosen field and will be better equipped to influence the future of nursing based on current evidence. You will have the underpinning theoretical knowledge to support your innovative clinical practice.
Completing the Masters course will enable you to exercise more choice in your career and to consider applying for senior posts within your organisation with greater confidence. You will be able to move into clinical nurse specialist positions, practice education facilitator roles, research posts and management positions.
Students who have successfully completed the course have implemented practice-based innovations, which include the pioneering of a person-centred ward round within a mental health setting, which is being rolled out across the entire Trust; and the review of pharmaceutical waste within an acute medical ward, in order to make financial savings and improve systems and processes.
On completion of the MSc Nursing there is progression on to Doctoral courses, Professional Doctorate in Health and Social Care, and traditional PhD routes.