Adult Nursing Postgraduate Diploma, Child Nursing Postgraduate Diploma, Mental Health Nursing Postgraduate Diploma, MSc Nursing with Advanced Practice
This course allows you to develop your specialist skills and knowledge in adult or children's nursing. The MSc Nursing is mainly non-clinical for those wanting to develop their overall nursing practice and theory with a view to growing into leadership and management roles. The Nursing (Advanced Practice) route provides advanced clinical skills, enabling nurses to work as specialists.
As nursing shifts to being an all degree profession in the UK, the importance of consolidating and developing your skills base is more important than ever. This course will help you develop your practice at an advanced level, and develop your leadership, management and high level research skills to improve health care provision.
Who is the course for?
The course is for experienced nurses working in senior position or those who are preparing for nurse practitioner, care manager, nurse consultant or clinical leadership roles.
For the Nursing (Advanced Practice) route nurses must be working in senior clinical positions. A clinical work placement with appropriate supervision for physical assessment is required.
Why study Nursing at City?
Enhance your existing nursing practice and theory giving you greater confidence to progress in leadership and research activity.
Tailor the course to meet your personal and professional needs.
Expand and share your knowledge and experience with your fellow students.
Learn from academics that are internationally recognised in their fields and have contributed to highly-regarded published literature.
Advance your career and professional aspirations in the nursing field.
The MSc course is for experienced nurses working in senior position or those who are preparing for nurse practitioner, care manager, nurse consultant or clinical leadership roles