The Deakin Master of Nursing program is offered by Deakin's Nursing and Midwifery School, known for strong clinical and community connections, plus research in quality and patient safety.
By pursuing this degree, you can make a meaningful impact on the field of nursing. Your research will be closely tied to actual clinical practice, allowing you to contribute significantly to the improvement of patient care. This program is offered by the School of Nursing and Midwifery, which has strong connections with clinical partners and the community.
This degree allows you to do research related to nursing while working in real healthcare settings. The research focuses on three critical areas: Patient Experience, Patient Safety, and Workforce Development. These themes are essential for making healthcare better for everyone.
A Master of Nursing degree is given to students who complete a significant research project over two years if studying full-time or up to four years if studying part-time. In this program, you will work on a research project of your choice, guided by experienced mentors. Your performance is primarily evaluated based on your thesis, and there is truly little, or no coursework involved. This degree is perfect if you aspire to have a career in research and teaching in the field of nursing.
To fulfill the English language proficiency requirements for this course, you must demonstrate one of the following:
The estimated tuition fee for a full fee-paying place in this course is A$38,600 for one year of full-time study.
Burwood (Melbourne), Waterfront (Geelong), Warrnambool.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) can help you save time and money in your studies. It allows you to get credit for your previous educational and life experiences, which can reduce the duration of your study and the cost of tuition.
This includes considering qualifications from universities, TAFE, and private tertiary education providers globally, as well as any informal learning that is relevant to your course. RPL recognizes that you may have already gained valuable knowledge and skills that can contribute to your new academic journey.
Here are some jobs you can do with a Master of Nursing Practice degree: Teaching nurses as a Clinical Nurse Educator, becoming a specialist in a specific area as a Clinical Nurse Specialist, managing a nursing unit as an Associate or Unit Manager, Doing research in nursing.
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