Master of Advanced Nursing Practice/Master of Public Health
Where will this take me?
The Master of Advanced Nursing Practice/Master of Public Health will equip nurses to assume future leadership roles and expand their reach in healthcare. Graduates will be empowered to advance their career, improve health outcomes for individuals, communities and populations and address health inequalities.
Graduates will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to take on senior leadership roles and expand their reach in the health system. This combined degree will also allow you to develop research skills through completing supervised research projects, opening up higher research degree opportunities. After completing this combined degree, you will be empowered to address current and future global health needs and be well prepared to participate in interdisciplinary teamwork and practice.
The two-year program (full-time equivalent) will include coursework subjects addressing the fundamentals of public health, such as epidemiology and biostatistics, and also focus on quality and safety, clinical leadership and implementing evidence for practice in nursing.
Graduates of the Master of Advanced Nursing Practice/Master of Public Health course will be well equipped to pursue leadership roles in a range or organisations including:
- Public health units
- Public health hubs
- International agencies.