The MSc Nursing course is designed to provide a progressive pathway of masters level study for all registered nurses working in all fields of practice.
From a national and international perspective there is a recognised shift towards delivering safe, person-centred and effective care. Nurses are central to achieving this ambition and this course will enable you to advance your knowledge and experience as a nurse by specifically examining contemporary issues such as: quality improvement, advancing roles, and leadership.
This ensures you can make a significant contribution to improving practice and providing quality care.
You can exit after 60 credits with PgCert Nursing.
You can exit after 120 credits with PgDip Nursing.
You must be a registered nurse and possess an undergraduate (bachelor's) degree in nursing.
Distance and Flexible learning
School of Health and Life Sciences