The Master of Mental Health Nursing is a specialist postgraduate qualification, taught in English, open to suitable, successful nursing graduates. It is 1. 5-years full-time or 2-3 years part-time, with 8 units of study and an exit option at a Graduate Diploma (6 units of study). The course aims to help you develop a deeper understanding of mental health, through systematic analysis and reflection on the relationships between theory and clinical practice. You will have the opportunity to exit at a diploma level with advanced specialist skills or complete the Master of Mental Health Nursing to attain a clinical consultancy level of practice. It also aims to provide in-depth knowledge and life-long learning skills required in contemporary mental health practice. The curriculum provides a strong evidence base and an advanced clinical practice component. Specialty modules enable you to undertake focused and advanced studies in your specific area of interest. You are also expected to undertake supervised and assessed clinical practice. The Master of Mental Health Nursing is a 1. 5 year full time, or 2-3 year part time award (which will normally be taken part time) with 8 units of study, with an exit option at Graduate Diploma (6 units of study).