The Masters in Nursing is a challenging Post Graduate qualification for Nurses (all fields), Midwives or Health Visitors. This course will assist the student develop professionally and personally and covers a wide range of issues from communication, leadership, and management, person-centered care and research and evidence. In the full-time mode, it is typically completed over a year, September to September.
The MSc Nursing will allow students to build upon their existing knowledge, skills and values. This course will challenge students about their practice and offer different opportunities to enhance that practice.
Attendance will be face to face on either the Jordanstown or Magee campus depending on numbers.
It is felt the Masters in Nursing will assist any graduate with their career.
All staff contributing to the programme hold or are working towards a teaching qualification.
The School has achieved “earned autonomy” from monitoring exercises carried out by Mott MacDonald on behalf of the NMC
The School has an active Educational and Professional Issues Research Group which links with the Centre for Higher Education Research and Practice (CHERP, formally Centre for Higher Education Practice CHEP)
Several members of staff have received funding from CHEP/CHERP to undertake projects designed to develop and enhance teaching, learning, assessment and feedback strategies within the School and Faculty
The School encourages all staff to seek accreditation with the Higher Education Academy
Members of the teaching staff have been included in the 2014 Research Exercise Framework (REF2014) submission
Many of the teaching staff are full or associate members of the Institute of Nursing and Health Research
Teaching is informed by the research activities of staff