At ACU you will gain Clinical expertise, fast thinking, and compassion. so that you may benefit from the top positions in the business and future employment.
Nursing students from ACU are well regarded for their practical knowledge, rapid thinking, and compassion. You will have access to the greatest prospects for industry placements and long-term employment because of ACU’S connections to a wide variety of hospitals and healthcare partners.
Throughout the acu nursing course, students will do clinical assignments at hospitals and community centers as part of a few clinical units. You will be placed in a variety of organizations as part of your educational experience to blend the theory you study with real-world job experiences.
A course or unit must include some mandatory elements for students to successfully complete the course's or unit's primary learning objectives in terms of abilities, knowledge, and skills. To pass your course, you must be able to fulfill these essential criteria.
Applications must meet the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy and have the equivalent of an Australian Year 12 Certificate.
The average tuition fee nursing at ACU will be $31008 for a typical full-time workload. The Unit Fee is calculated on a basis of units. Every year, fees are revised. For the minimum course duration specified on your electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (COE), continuing students' tuition rates may rise by up to 3 percent annually.
Instead, then stressing about how you are going to pay your tuition, you should be able to focus on achieving high grades. Because ACU provides a variety of scholarships for students who may be experiencing financial hardship or who may have encountered other obstacles to obtaining a degree.
3 years full-time.
March and July.
Melbourne, Ballarat, Black Town, Brisbane, Canberra, North Sydney
Our nursing acu graduates have pursued careers in public hospital, private hospitals, disability services, rehabilitation services, specialist centers, community health, residential aged care facilities, hospital emergency departments, local and state government health departments, not-for-profit organizations, mental health services, rural health services.
This unit's goal is to give health students a strong basis on which they can develop cultural awareness throughout their undergraduate studies—knowledge and abilities they will need to use in their future practice as health professionals.
This section gives students the fundamental knowledge and abilities needed to locate, evaluate, and reflect on the texts and data materials used in the healthcare care industry.
This unit's objectives are to introduce students to modern nursing principles and to help you comprehend the nature of nursing in the context of the Australian healthcare system.
This first "Integrating Practice" unit's objectives are to lay the groundwork for clinical evaluations and demonstrate how students will use their theoretical knowledge in the context of clinical practice.
With a focus on outcomes that are optimal for the people and/or groups they care for and engage with, the goal of this unit is to help students as they build the capacity to provide person-centered care.
This course exposes students to the fundamentals of pharmacology, microscopic, regional, and systemic anatomy, and physiology, as well as the typical operation of the major bodily systems.
For NRSG140, NRSG139 is a requirement. To reinforce the basic learning of critical thinking, reflection, and safe practicing within the unified practice units, NRSG140 aims to increase the skills and information that students were introduced to in NRSG139 and to develop them further.
Students deepen their awareness of the human body in this unit by learning about pathophysiology, pharmacology, and selected National Health Priority (NHP) topics, as well as Quality Use of Medicine (QUM).
The purpose of NRSG258 Principles of Nursing: Surgical is to help students in the development of knowledge and skills for providing person-centered, evidence-based nursing care to people who are undergoing episodic health changes or diseases that call for surgery.
The purpose of this unit is to assist students in building knowledge and skills related to evidence-based methods that promote safe and efficient treatment for people dealing with mental health concerns.
Students can develop and combine the theoretical and practical information they have learned so far in the course by using what they have learned in prior units. To help students combine theoretical knowledge with practical abilities, NRSG264 Integrating Practice 3 employs scenario-based teaching and simulation learning exercises.
The concepts of human dignity, the common good, and ethical integrity will be expanded upon in this unit, and students will also gain an understanding of the ethical principles and thought processes that guide the practice of healthcare, such as the supply of just care, staying away from harm, and safeguarding the weak.
Students must complete this unit to further their theoretical understanding, particularly in connection to medical nursing practice and helping clients who are managing a longer-term disease. This unit's goal is to assist students in acquiring the information and abilities necessary to provide evidence.
To help older individuals cope with age-related changes, risk factors, sociocultural challenges, and possible functional implications of aging, this unit will emphasize the value of increasing quality of life, independence, maintaining choice, and retaining dignity.
This fourth "Integrating Practice" unit's goal is to expand on students' prior and current knowledge of ethical reasoning, critical thinking, and the assessment and management of people under their care. It also introduces reflection in and on practice, which will help students further contextualize their theoretical understanding through work placement.
This unit's goal is to assist students in extending and strengthening their acquisition of clinical reasoning abilities so they can offer person-centered, evidence-based nursing care to patients who are suffering a rapid decline in health.
This unit builds on previous learning from second-year units to develop a thorough understanding of the registered nurse's role in facilitating patient-centered care for people with disabilities and/or chronic illnesses. This role will be examined in connection with a wide range of situations and patient journeys.
Building from a second-year established level to a mastery level is the goal of this fifth integrated practice unit. The third year's integrated practice sections are designed to prepare students for the workplace by developing their capacity for critical reflection and safety in the workplace.
This course will help students comprehend how the care they deliver as professionals in a range of clinical settings is situated within the broader context of health. Students will investigate important problems in working in community settings and consider their involvement in community engagement using ACU's community engagement standards and values.
This course will help students acquire the information and abilities needed to provide the person with a life-limiting disease and their family with quality, comprehensive, evidence-based nursing care. The utilization of evidence-based case studies will highlight key ideas that guide optimum practice.
To help students comprehend the whole context of the registered nurse's professional position and ease the transition to become a registered nurse, this capstone unit will extend and synthesize topics from both theoretical and nursing practice units.
This last Integrated Practice unit's goal is to solidify knowledge and abilities via mastery-level implementation in practice. The third-year integrated practice sections are designed to prepare students to enter the workforce as work-ready, critically reflective, and safe practitioners.
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