Nursing - Master
These part-time courses are designed to prepare nurses and a range of health and social care professionals for new and challenging roles in advancing and shifting the professional boundaries. Graduates will be able to provide clinically effective, research-based health care within their area of specialism.
Students who successfully complete 60 credits will be eligible for the award of Postgraduate Certificate. Depending on the modules studied students can exit with an award in one of the following specialist areas:
PGCert in Advanced Child Practice
PGCert in Advanced Clinical Practice
PGCert in Cancer Care
PGCert in Child Palliative Care
PGCert in Citizenship and Mental Health
PGCert in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
PGCert in Critical Care
PGCert in Diabetes Care
PGCert in Lymphoedema Practice
PGCert in Multiprofessional Palliative Care
PGCert in Nursing
PGCert in Pain Management
PGCert in Public Health
PGCert in Women’s Health
Students completing a further 60 credits are eligible for the award of:
Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Clinical Practice or Postgraduate Diploma in Nursing
Students completing the dissertation for a further 60 credits, on a topic related to their area of practice, will be eligible for the award of MSc.
The University of Bradford is proud of its reputation for making students from other countries feel welcome. We start the moment you arrive, if not before. Almost a third of our present postgraduate students come from outside the UK, so you will certainly not be alone! And we very much value the contribution that your experience can make to the University.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission