Nursing (Block and Blend)
School - School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work
Subject area - Nursing
Start Dates(s): September
UK - £7,380
International - £13,500
- The MSc Nursing will offer you an opportunity to develop a mastery of contemporary nursing knowledge and practice
- It will empower you to examine your practice and develop an evidence based, person centred culture
- You will enhance your professional credibility and develop personal confidence to influence nursing
- International students can apply
This prestigious course is for qualified nurses would want to develop their knowledge and skills in order to advance their careers in nursing, with the added flexibility of being able to study part of the course via online learning.
The MSc Nursing will empower you to take forward your practice and patient care through critically exploring professional biography, the therapeutic relationship and embedding an evidence based and person centred approach to care. By studying modules relevant to contemporary clinical practice, you take control of your personal, professional and academic development whilst engaging in critical debate about the issues at the forefront of nursing practice. You will gain skills in applying new knowledge to your practice and achieve mastery of nursing related to your chosen award.
Our new ‘Blended Learning’ route enables you to study face to face and at home. In semester 1, you will study two modules in the University face to face and the remaining modules can be studied on line with remote supervision and access to all teaching and learning materials. The final dissertation is online, where you will receive supervision and access to training materials.
We also offer our MSc Nursing programme as a two year or three year part-time course, with a range of pathways to choose from. See our course page for more details.
|Year||Semester 1 (Face to Face)||Semester 2 (Distance)||Semester 3 (Distance)|
|1||Critically Exploring Professional Practice (30 credits) + one optional module (30 credits)||Online option 1: Online Diagnosis of Diabetes module OR Online Inflammatory bowel disease OR Online Developing Dementia Awareness (30 credits each) AND Research methods on line (30 credits)||Dissertation (60 credits)|
Please see below the modules that you will study for this programme.
Semester 1 (Face to Face)
Semester 2 (Distance)
Semester 3 (Distance)
a) Systematic literature review or