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Master of Clinical Nursing
Area of Specialisation In Transition Nursing
Allows Registered Nurses to develop expertise in a clinical speciality approved by the Course Coordinator.
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 (Transition) comprises nine units (180 Credit Points). The Transition Nursing unit set allows Registered Nurses to develop expertise in a clinical speciality approved by the Course Coordinator.
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.
|GPN4102||Advanced Health Assessment||20|
|CCP4100||Continuous Clinical Practicum||20|
|The student may exit with a Graduate Certificate in Transition Nursing (S60)|
CCP4100 is a year long clinical practice unit. The student must be employed in a graduate nurse position to undertake this unit. At the completion of these three units, the student must indicate which specialty they will be employed in to continue on with the Masters of Clinical Nursing. If they are not employed within a specialty in the second year of study, they are ineligible to continue on with the Masters and should withdraw with a Graduate Certificate in Transition Nursing (S60).
|NNS5113||Advanced Nursing Science 1||20|
|NNS5202||Advanced Nursing Science 2||20|
|NSP5302||Advanced Nursing Practice 2||*||20|
|A student may exit with a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Nursing in their clinical specialty.|
|MHP5101||Master Health Project||20|
|MHP5202||Master Health Project||20|
|Elective 20 Credit Points|
Subjects marked with * is a twelve month long clinical specialty practicum. Students must be employed in a clinical specialty in order to undertake NNS5113, NNS5202 and NSP5302 (ie: Emergency, ICU, CCU). It is this specialty that dictates what their final Masters of Clinical Nursing specialty is. MHP5101 and MHP5202 are sequential units. A student studying at the Master award level full-time should enrol in MHP5101 in Semester One, Year Two.
This major can also be studied in the following courses: