The Master in Nursing program is designed to prepare graduates of Bachelor of Science in Nursing for advanced theory and nursing practice in healthcare industry, nursing education, and other varied field of nursing settings.
The curriculum consists of 47-unit unit core courses, specialization courses, practicum and project paper. After completion of all academic requirements, a student is qualified to take the written comprehensive examinations. A student shall then proceed to enrol in a 4-unit Project Paper course to complete the requirements for graduation.
- Incorporate theory and research in advanced practice nursing.
- Assume leadership roles in one’s specialty area of nursing and in other fields of nursing.
- Demonstrate competency in the selected nursing practice.