Master of Nursing for Registered Nurses
Are you a RN looking to upgrade your qualifications or become a leader in the health care sector? Our Master of Nursing is designed to boost your skills in leadership and strategic management within your current nursing practice. In addition the options for elective courses and research opportunities can be aligned with your personal career ambitions.
Study Nursing online
No matter where you live in the world, you can study online with our Master of Nursing. Our nursing courses are designed for online study so you can continue working as a RN.
Would you like a say in the strategic direction of your ward, hospital or organisation? Our Master of Nursing will boost your career opportunities in nursing and healthcare management.
- Registered nurse (certified copy of your Current Annual Licence Certificate required) holding a 3-year Bachelor of Nursing from an Australian university or equivalent.
- While not mandatory, it would be beneficial to have clinical experience as a Registered Nurse.
English Language Requirements
You are required to satisfy the applicable English language requirements. This program requires a minimum of IELTS 6.5 or equivalent.
If you do not meet the English language requirements you may apply to study a University-approved English language program.
A formal process of Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) will be used to assess registered nurses, without bachelor degrees, who wish to gain entry to the program on the basis of equivalent experience or qualifications. Applicants should contact the Program Coordinator if they wish to be assessed for admission on this basis.
This school offers programs in:
Cost & Fees
Approximate annual costs for your first year of study (8 units) in this program are:
|Commonwealth supported||AUD 6344|
|Domestic full fee paying||AUD 18720|
|Semester intake:||Semester 1 (February)
Semester 2 (July)
|Fees:||Commonwealth supported place
Domestic full fee paying place
International full fee paying place
|Standard duration:||1.5 years full-time, 5 years part-time|
Last updated June 30, 2017