Nursing

Your study in Nursing will be rigorous and above all, practical. You will be learning in hospitals and other nursing facilities throughout your degree, under the care and guidance of medical professionals. You will learn specifically about good patient care and the importance of interacting with both the patient and their family. A Nursing degree is the beginning of a life based fundamentally on compassion, thoughtfulness and knowledge, providing unique care to those in need.

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Master of Nursing Science (postgraduate degree only)

Master of Nursing Science (postgraduate degree only)

University of Melbourne

The Master of Nursing Science is the postgraduate course for students who wish to study nursing. Students must complete a three-year undergraduate degree of any discipline prior to application.

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Bachelor of Nursing

Bachelor of Nursing

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

CSU’s Bachelor of Nursing offers a flexible and well rounded degree in nursing, which balances the theory and science behind the profession with the practical application of nursing skills.

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Bachelor of Nursing (Re-entry)

Bachelor of Nursing (Re-entry)

Charles Sturt University: Albury-Wodonga

This degree is provided for currently registered nurses to upgrade their existing qualifications to a university Bachelor degree level. Credit packages are available, with 128 credit points available for hospital trained nurses, and 160 credit points for diploma trained nurses.

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Bachelor of Nursing

Bachelor of Nursing

University of Tasmania

This degree is aimed at providing students with the professional skills and knowledge required for registration as a Registered Nurse (RN) in Australia. Emphasised skills are those which focus on ethics and social justice, as well as more typical focuses such as nursing science and analytical problem solving.

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Bachelor of Nursing (Enrolled Nurse Pathway)

Bachelor of Nursing (Enrolled Nurse Pathway)

University of Tasmania

This degree is aimed at current enrolled nurses (EN) who wish to study to become Registered Nurses (RN). This allows for greater employment opportunities, and develops students’ abilities and skills. The degree is two years long, with students given advanced standing into the second year of a regular Bachelor of Nursing pathway. The degree structure follows two basic themes

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Bachelor of Nursing (Fast Track)

Bachelor of Nursing (Fast Track)

University of Tasmania

This two year fast track degree is aimed at students who want to be Registered Nurses. It can be undertaken at Hobart, or in NSW at either Rozellle or Darlinghurst campuses. It is rather fast-paced, with more than the normal 8 units per year, with some units being taken in summer, winter and spring schools. For this face paced degree, admission standards are higher.

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Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-Registration)

Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-Registration)

Charles Darwin University

Students will gain both the theoretical and practical skills needed to become great nurses in a range of situations in this degree.

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Bachelor of Midwifery

Bachelor of Midwifery

Charles Darwin University

Delivering healthy children extends well beyond the delivery room, with midwives needing to be skilled in monitoring babies’ development both before and after the birth.

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Bachelor of Midwifery

Bachelor of Midwifery

University of Queensland

The Bachelor of Midwifery at the University of Queensland aims to equip students with all necessary provisions to care for mothers and children from pregnancy through to birth and beyond.

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Bachelor of Nursing

Bachelor of Nursing

University of Queensland

The University of Queensland’s Bachelor of Nursing focuses on real world application of both traditional and contemporary nursing techniques, and provides students with all necessities to become a fully qualified and registered nurse upon graduation.

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