M.Sc. NursingMaster in Science Nursing
Nursing involves the care of people throughout the continue of life and provides an essential service to humankind. As career professionals, nurses improve the quality of health care delivery. There are many positive aspects of being a nurse. There is nothing more rewarding than a patient giving thanking and telling you, how much you have helped them also, there are so many opportunities and career paths that are available for nurses. Nursing offers opportunities from bedside practice to the president or top administrator of a healthcare organization. Clinical specialist, nurse practitioner, nurse administrator and nurse educator are just a few examples of the variety of opportunities awaiting you in a nursing career. Nurses are also appointed and elected to influential government positions. If you choose nursing, you will discover a career filled with personal and professional rewards. There will be even more opportunities in the future. As the entire health care system transforms because of new technology, changing population demographic and many other factors. The rise in health care needs. Combined with a dwindling supply of nurses and an aging nurse population (the average age is 44), is putting the Nurses in the driver’s seat when it comes to the job hunt.
A 2-year program offered at Preston College of Nursing, prepare the student to practice across all health care settings. The course of study combines the theory and the practice of nursing, with general in the humanities and behavioral, biological, and physical sciences. There serve as a core for the development of the nursing major.
This programme is designed for experienced graduate nurses to develop higher competencies in professional nursing. The courses of study includes teaching in Advance Nursing Practice, Education, Research and specialization in selected clinical nursing areas through creative and independent work. The programme aims at developing leadership abilities in these areas.
- Medical Surgical Nursing.
- Obstetrics and Gynaecology Nursing.
- Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing.
- Child Health Nursing.
- Community Health Nursing.
Candidate who has qualified B.Sc. Nursing /Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing with minimum 50% marks in the aggregate.
Admissions will be made strictly according to the rules and procedures laid down by the University and on first come first serve basis.
Two academic years.
Total intake of M.Sc. (Nursing) program is 35 students.