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Master of Nurse Education
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The Master of Nurse Education is a 180 credit point qualification with students being able to exit after completion of 60 credit points with a Graduate Certificate. Students may continue to complete 120 credit points and exit with a Graduate Diploma or complete 180 credit points to obtain the Master’s Award.
There are 3 core units for the Master of Nurse Education which need to be completed in Stage One
|NST5101||Teaching and Learning in the Clinical Setting||20|
|CCA4200||Competence Assessment & Documentation in the Clinical Setting||20|
|CMC4100||Coaching & Mentoring in the Clinical Setting||20|
On successful completion of 60 credit points (3 units) students may exit with a Graduate Certificate in Nurse Education.
Stage 2 consists of 3 units.
|CCE4100||Managing a Changing Environment in Nursing Education||20|
|RES5115||Research Preparation: Principles and Approaches||20|
On successful completion of 120 credit points (6 units) students may exit with a Graduate Diploma in Nurse Education.
Stage 3 consists of 3 units
|MHP5101||Master Health Project||20|
|MHP5202||Master Health Project||20|
|CTP4100||Clinical Teaching Practicum||20|
180 credit points (9 units) are required to complete the course.
MHP5101 must be done before MHP5202