Nursing and Health Practice (Master)

Master in Clinical Nursing

The Master degree in clinical nursing gives qualified nurses the opportunity to further develop the expertise to meet and shape the future of the health sector. Students develop the competencies to understand needs and changes within the sector, at individual, group/department and community levels, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. Upon completion, graduates should have the skills to initiate and participate in strengthening clinical practice, professional development work and research within their own institution and practice area. Graduates will also be qualified to participate as experts in public debates, where their experience and knowledge is necessary.

Programme description

The Master degree in clinical nursing gives qualified nurses the opportunity to further develop the expertise to meet and shape the future of the health sector. Students develop the competencies to understand needs and changes within the sector, at individual, group/department and community levels, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. Upon completion, graduates should have the skills to initiate and participate in strengthening clinical practice, professional development work and research within their own institution and practice area. Graduates will also be qualified to participate as experts in public debates, where their experience and knowledge is necessary.

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Admission requirements

Higher Education Entrance Qualification

English language proficiency

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Applicants should hold a bachelor¿s degree in nursing with a minimum average grade of C/2.7 as well as one year¿s nursing practice.

Job opportunities

Student can choose between specialisations, each of which consistutes an independent form for professional development. A completed Master thesis qualifies candidates for position within clinical work, leadership and professional development in practice, as well as participation in research and development in the field of clinical studies. This programme also qualifies candidates as for teaching positions in secondary schools.

Further education

A completed Master´s degree programme provides the basis for qualification for admission to PhD programmes, both nationally and internationally.

Study abroad

Students enrolled on this programme may use the general exchange opportunities provided by Nord University, such as mobility programmes like Erasmus+ and Nordplus.

Application deadline and admission

ECTS Credits 120
Study level Master
Scope Part time
Teaching language Norwegian
Police certificate of conduct No
Campus Bodø

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