Our courses information
Our courses offer the right balance of practical knowledge and academic excellence and a wide range of study options.
- You can email a course fact sheet to yourself by using the form below. Multiple email addresses by separating them with a comma ',' (3 maximum).
Area of Specialisation Availability:
- Delivery Mode:
Master of Clinical Nursing
Area of Specialisation In Chronic Disease Management
Provides Registered Nurses with the knowledge to develop expertise in the management of people with chronic illness and disease within the acute and community setting.
Area of Specialisation structure
This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The Master of Clinical Nursing (Chronic Disease Management) comprises nine units (180 Credit Points). This unit set allows Registered Nurses to develop expertise in the management of people with chronic illness and disease within the acute and community setting.
Students may exit with a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing following completion of 60 credit points and with a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Nursing following completion of 120 credit points.
|NNS5113||Advanced Nursing Science 1||*||20|
|NSP5302||Advanced Nursing Practice 2||*||20|
|NNS5202||Advanced Nursing Science 2||*||20|
|The student may exit with the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing.|
NSP5302 is a year long clinical practice unit.
Subjects marked with * may be substituted for units approved by the Course Coordinator.
|NUR5113||Evaluating Practice in Health||20|
|CLM4100||Clinical Leadership and Management||20|
|The student may exit with the Graduate Diploma in Clinical Nursing.|
|MHP5101||Master Health Project||20|
|MHP5202||Master Health Project||20|
|Elective (20 credit points)|
The project involves two units of study, which should be completed sequentially. Therefore, students studying at the Master award level full-time should enrol in MHP5101 in Semester 2, Year One instead of NST5148. NST5148 is then completed in Semester Two.
This major can also be studied in the following courses: