Master of Nursing

The program will suit those students who have a specific interest in research and who wish to pursue, with supervision, an in-depth investigation of an issue of concern to the nursing profession.
Ballarat - Mt Helen
Gippsland - Churchill
Berwick
Location
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Other intakes
Ballarat - Mt Helen
Semester 1
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Semester 2
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Other intakes
Anytime during the year
Gippsland - Churchill
Semester 1
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Semester 2
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Other intakes
Anytime during the year
Berwick
Semester 1
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Semester 2
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Other intakes
Anytime during the year
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Length
1.5 years
(180 credit points = 1.5 EFTSL)
Entry requirements
Entry requirements apply to this course

The program will suit those students who have a specific interest in research and who wish to pursue, with supervision, an in-depth investigation of an issue of concern to the nursing profession.

The degree is awarded on the basis of a thesis demonstrating a command of the knowledge and skills pertinent to the area of investigation as well as a critical appreciation and understanding of the relationship of his or her own work to that of others.

  • Aged care researcher
  • Clinical education researcher
  • Consumer wellbeing researcher
  • Diabetes management researcher
  • Ethics researcher
  • Leadership researcher
  • Mental health researcher
  • Patient safety researcher
  • Technologies researcher
  • Workforce development researcher
  • Workplace and practice development researcher

A Masters by Research degree provides an advanced qualification for many careers. The qualification will enable graduates to develop their professional practice by undertaking independent research while at the same time contributing to their employer's objectives.

Varies

Entry requirements (year 12)

Entry requirements (non year 12)

To be eligible for admission as a Candidate for a Masters by research degree a person must:

  • have graduated with or qualified for a four year Honours Bachelor degree, or Degree with Honours, at least second class honours level, that included a dissertation demonstrating the ability to undertake research at Masters level; or
  • hold qualifications and/or have demonstrated skills, experience, research, or publications which are assessed as being at least equivalent to the qualifications above.

Applicants who do not meet the requirements will be required to undertake an additional programme of study equivalent to a fourth year of advanced undergraduate study and research in the relevant field.

 

The application method varies depending on your circumstances, please visit our How to apply page for further information.

VTAC application: No

Direct application: Yes

Federation University code: NN9

CRICOS code: 092872A

Fees are subject to change annually.

Full Fee Paying

$21,300 annual tuition fee - commencing 2021

Domestic fees are per 120 credit points which represents 1 EFTSL or a standard full-time study load for a year.

Fee assistance

Domestic students undertaking a higher degree by research may be eligible to receive a Research Training Program (RTP) funded place.

Other fees

You may need to pay some other fees such as the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).

Can your studies count towards a degree with us? Use our online Credit Search to get the details on completing your studies sooner.

A range of student services are available at most campuses. For further information on these services or for course information, please contact us on 1800 333 864.

The commencement of all programs is subject to available funding and enrolment quotas.

All information contained in this program overview including the availability of programs and fees, is correct at the time of being published, however the University reserves the right to alter any program, procedure or fee. Students should check for any amendment prior to enrolment.

CRICOS Provider No.00103D
Please note: This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding to eligible individuals.
National RTO Code: 4909

School department

School of Health

Course coordinator

Simon Cooper