Master of Nursing Science (Emergency Nursing)
Be a leader in emergency nursing
Nurses are an integral part of society. They are problem-solvers and pillars of strength. Through scholarship and leadership, nurses can challenge, reform, improve and enrich healthcare now and into the future.
This advanced degree is suited to nurses currently practising emergency nursing who want to pursue leadership or research roles.
What will you do?
Our Master of Nursing Science (Emergency Nursing) offers a comprehensive grounding in research methods and critical analysis. You will:
- build management and clinical enquiry skills
- gain hands-on experience in simulations and skills laboratories
- partner with an expert in your field of study who’ll support and encourage your academic development
- undertake 9-units of research either by dissertation or a systematic review project.
If you want to continue to further PhD study, you’ll complete 12 units of research. An exit path for the Graduate Diploma in Nursing Science (Emergency Nursing) will be available after the first year.
Note: International students on a student visa are required to study on campus in Adelaide.
Choose your applicant type to view the relevant admissions information for this program.
I am a:
SATAC Code 3CM142 Intake February and July Enquiries Future Students teamGraduate entry
Additional Entry RequirementsWithin ten days of submitting a formal SATAC preference, applicants must provide all required additional information on line directly to the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the following link: http://health.adelaide.edu.au/admissions/mastnurssci/application.html Higher Education Study A completed Graduate Diploma in Nursing Science or equivalent and at least two years post registration nursing experience in the field of the specialisation to be undertaken.SATAC Code: 3CM142
CRICOS 022523B Intake February and July
English Language Requirements
Australian Year 12 Successful completion of an Australian year 12 qualification with a minimum pass in an accepted English language subject English Tests accepted by the University of Adelaide IELTS Overall 7 Reading 7 Listening 7 Speaking 7 Writing 7 TOEFL Overall 94 Reading 24 Listening 24 Speaking 23 Writing 27 Pearsons Overall 65 Reading 65 Listening 65 Speaking 65 Writing 65 Cambridge Overall 185 Reading 185 Listening 185 Speaking 185 Writing 185 Additional English Tests accepted Occupational English Test (OET) - A minimum result of B/score of 350 in each of the four components (listening, reading, writing and speaking) Qualifications that meet minimum English requirements A range of alternative qualifications may meet the University’s minimum English requirements
Academic Entry Requirements
Tertiary Qualifications Bachelor of Nursing Science or equivalent plus 2 years post-registration nursing experience in a chosen specialty.
Additional Entry RequirementsWithin ten days of submitting a formal application, candidates must provide all required additional information on line directly to the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the following link: http://health.adelaide.edu.au/admissions/mastnurssci/application.html
Please note that information regarding an applicant's employment history detailed in their Curriculum Vitae should include the following:
* Positions held, including time periods of appointment, the official name of the positions and if the positions were full-time or part-time
* Details of the responsibilities and duties within those roles
* Any specific training undertaken in the specialty to support the application
Application information for international students
Important application deadlines for international students
Fees and Scholarships
Choose your applicant type to view the relevant fees and scholarships information for this program.
I am a:
Annual tuition feesCommonwealth-supported place: $6,680
Annual tuition fees International student place: $33,500
These scholarships, as well as many others funded by industry and non-profit organisations, are available to potential and currently enrolled students.
This program prepares students to undertake senior roles as Registered Nurses in the area of specialisation. Graduates are prepared for careers in senior nursing clinical practice or management, or can begin a career in nursing research.
The University of Adelaide Careers Service prepares, inspires and empowers students to achieve successful career transitions and connect with industry.
Graduate AttributesThe objective of this program is to produce graduates with specific attributes as outlined in University of Adelaide Graduate Attributes.
- Deep discipline knowledge
- Critical thinking and problem solving
- Teamwork and communication skills
- Career and leadership readiness
- Intercultural and ethical competency
- Self-awareness and emotional intelligence
Specialist Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Specialist
The program is structured in two stages:
Students must complete the courses as outlined under the study plan to exit with the Graduate Diploma in Nursing Science (Emergency Nursing).
With an additional one year of fulltime study, students can complete this program by Research or Coursework.
Academic Program Rules
The Calendar is a comprehensive handbook of the University's academic program rules.
Example Study PlanThis indicative study plan depicts the traditional pathway of a part-time domestic student through the Master of Nursing Science (Emergency Nursing) undertaking the research pathway. Please refer to Course Selection Proforma for a full list of courses.
Indicative study plan Year1 S1 Interpretive
and Critical Research in Health
Issues in Nursing Service Delivery
and Management in Nursing
Year2 S1 Research
May include essays, case studies, discussion board participation, presentations, poster presentations, critiques, portfolios and exams.
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Last updated: Monday, 9 Dec 2019