This course builds on from the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing and the Graduate Diploma in Clinical Nursing and aims to expand the health clinician's knowledge and skills in clinical nursing at a specialist and advanced level.
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
$18,494 per year / $27,741 total
About this course
This course builds on from the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing and the Graduate Diploma in Clinical Nursing and aims to expand the health clinician's knowledge and skills in clinical nursing at a specialist and advanced level. The course includes carefully designed coursework units with embedded research-led teaching, with both project and thesis options. Graduates of the Master of Clinical Nursing will be able to:evaluate issues and challenges confronting the clinical practice within the health care sector conceptualise new and creative approaches to clinical nursing to support service delivery in culturally-diverse health care settings connect theory, practice and research with regard to clinical nursing in the health care workplace examine the ethical aspects of personal, professional, social, cultural, environmental and institutional changes within contemporary health care delivery and respond to such changes reflect on options and opportunities to enhance professional practice in contemporary local, regional and global health care contexts contribute to values-based professional practice in dynamic and challenging environments.
Level of Study
Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Nursing courses at Australian Catholic University (ACU).