Master of Nursing qualification is specially designed for graduates of any Bachelor of Nursing degree to expand their knowledge and skills in a range of health care setting.
During the course of study, students are encouraged to incorporate evidence-based theory and clinical practise in different areas including physical, biological, psychological and social sciences.
It takes two years of full-time or four years of part-time study to complete Master of Nursing. Major areas of study include Professional Nursing, Emergency Care, Palliative Care, Mental Health, Chronic Care Nursing Practise and Clinical Education.
The first year cover the social context of nursing in general and Australian health system while the second year covers the comprehensive nursing practise across different care contexts or facilities.