M.Sc. in Critical Care Nursing
The Master of Science in Critical Care Nursing is designed to build upon baccalaureate education in nursing by preparing nurses for advanced practice in the care of patients who are acutely and critically ill across the continuum of acute care services. Students will be provided a strong background in assessment, therapeutics and technology used in critical care units. They will also gain clinical experience within specified critical care units where the emphasis will be placed on integrating didactic knowledge with patient management and advanced technical skills. Critical Care Nursing Masters of Science Program includes minimum 7 courses with a total credit of 21, a seminar and thesis based on independent research.
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing from a recognized university.
- Current employment in a Critical Care Unit or one year experience in acute care field.
- A minimum score of 65 points in the Academic Personnel and Postgraduate Education Test (ALES)
- Minimum TOEFL score of 80 in internet-based test, 213 in computer-based test or 550 in paper-based test.
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Last updated October 29, 2017