Master of Advanced Nursing

    • CRICOS Code: 085339C

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    Degree Structure

    The Master of Advanced Nursing is an 18-month program that prepares graduates to assume a major responsibility in developing new professional roles, devising new models of care and overseeing dynamic changes to practice. In the second year two streams are offered.

    • Stream 1 Coursework Comprising: 150 credit points: 2x 12.5cp (Grad Cert Specialty Subjects) + 6x 12.5cp (Core) + 2 x 12.5cp (Elective) + 1x 25cp (Capstone)
    • Stream 2 Research Comprising 150 credit points: 4x 25cp (Core) + 3x 12.5 cp (Research subjects) + 1x 12.5 cp (Core Selective) + 2x 12.5cp (Elective) + 1x 25cp (Capstone research project)

    The minor thesis pathway will no longer be offered from 2021. The last intake for the minor thesis stream was Semester 1 2020.

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