M. Sc. in Nursing
The two year program aims to prepare graduates to assume responsibilities as a nurse specialists, consultant, educators, administrators in a wide variety of professional setting.
A nursing specialist is trained to act as a consultant in clinical practice and an educator to both nurses and the wider multidisciplinary team.
Clinical management and leadership, utilising evidence based practice to ensure the attainment of excellence in patient care etc. come under the broad sphere relating to the duties of a specialist nurse.
Ensuring patient safety is a distinct element of providing quality care that needs to be integrated into all levels of health care delivery systems.
The M. Sc. Nursing program is offered in the following specialities:-
- Medical Surgical Nursing
- Child Health Nursing
- Mental Health Nursing
- Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing
|First Year||Second Year|
|Nursing Education||Nursing Management|
|Advance Nursing Practice||Nursing Research (Dissertation)|
|Nursing Research and Statistics||*Clinical Speciality - II|
|*Clinical Speciality – I|