School of Nursing and Midwifery

Our purpose is to educate students to be the best in their field, to advance knowledge through research and to contribute to the development of the health care system.  To make it easier for registered nurses to access our programmes we offer them through blended learning.  Blended learning means a “blend” of online and face-to-face teaching.  For each module you take, you will attend 2 days of workshops, the rest is online.  During the programme you will have the support of an academic advisor and lecturer who you can contact and who will provide guidance when necessary. If you're not tech-friendly, you will be supported. You can also build your own individualised postgraduate programmes over time using Professional Credit Award (PCA) modules.

 

Postgraduate

Certificate in Nursing (Prescribing) 

Certificate in Nursing (Specialist Practice)

Diploma in Nursing (Acute Medicine) 

Diploma in Nursing (Child & Adolescent Mental Health) 

Diploma in Nursing (Education) 

Diploma in Nursing (Emergency Care) 

Diploma in Nursing (Gerontology) 

Diploma in Nursing (Intensive Care) 

Diploma in Nursing (Mental Health, Community & Inpatient Acute Care) 

Diploma in Nursing (Oncology) 

Diploma in Nursing (Orthopaedics) 

Diploma in Nursing (Palliative Care) 

Diploma in Nursing (Perioperative) 

Diploma in Nursing (Public Health Nursing)

Master of Health Science (Advanced Practice Nursing/Midwifery with Prescribing) 

Master of Health Science (Nursing/Midwifery Education) 

Masters of Health Sciences (Advanced Practice with Prescribing) 

Masters of Health Sciences (Nursing) 

Professional Credit Awards