PG Dip / MSc Nursing Studies (Leadership in Clinical Practice)
MSc Nursing Studies (Leadership in Clinical Practice) (Reg. no. 251337)
Pg Dip Nursing Studies (Leadership in Clinical Practice) (Reg. no. 252946)
This is a flexible programme where you learn as part of a collaborative community of nurses, midwives and Allied Health Practitioners (AHP)s.
We will develop your confidence as you build on your skills so you can become a leaders in your field. You will develop your practice with confidence. This allows you to make effective nursing interventions knowing they are based on the best available evidence.
We have an established pathway for exceptional students to write for peer-reviewed publications. You also have the opportunity to develop your teaching skills.
Our lecturers are experienced in their specialist practice areas and maintain excellent practice links locally or across the region. They also have strong links with colleagues, organisations and institutions at national and international level.
Learning and Assessment
We have designed the course to raise your practice to an advanced level. This will enable you to progress as a senior practitioners, educator, researcher or manager.
For the MSc you will take: Six compulsory modules and a Dissertation
For the PG Dip you will take: Six compulsory modules only
The programme is taught using blended learning with three 6-day intensive schools and one 3-day intensive school during the programme of study. The intensive schools are made up of lectures, group work, workshops and one-to-one tutorials. Students are well supported between intensive schools by e-mail tutorials and feedback on an outline and one full draft for each of the assignment. Our teaching team aims to deliver a programme of the highest quality and to use innovative and up-to-date methods for teaching and learning.
In order to avoid conflict with students’ working schedules, the programme provides flexibility to working professionals. Depending on their duty, students can choose to attend either the morning (8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.) or the evening (6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.) session on each seminar day.
It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this course may lead
Module offering is subject to change.