The MSc in Nursing is constructed within the context of health, nursing and educational policy developments. These are congruent with the health based strategies of the Department of Health, with the professional based strategies of Bord Altranais agus Cnáimhseachais na hÉireann, the previous National Council for the Professional Development of Nursing and Midwifery, the educational based strategies of Quality and Qualification Ireland. The programme facilitates professional planning and leadership for participants within clinical practice, within management, research and/or education.
Registration as a nurse with Bord Altranais agus Cnáimhseachais na hÉireann. BSc (Hons) or equivalent NFQ Level 8 qualification in nursing or cognate discipline at 2nd class honours award level.
For Non EU applicants please visit the international student page for the MSc in Nursing (international) for more detailed information on entry requirements.
1 year full-time from September 2022 or two years part-time.
The total programme cost including the Student Contribution Charge is €6,735.
For Non EU applicants please visit the international student page for the MSc in Nursing (international).
What facilities are available?
All relevant University facilities are available together with the purpose built Sólás building which has excellent discussion and lecture rooms, practical skills suites, interpersonal skills, and computing laboratories. Blackboard and Facebook discussion boards and web-based reusable learning objects contribute to evolving and dynamic teaching and learning facilities at the University. A wide range of library facilities and database access provide the information resources for successful course completion.