L8 BSc (Hons) in Nursing Studies for Clinical Practice (60 Credits)

Bachelor of Science (Honours)Nursing Studies for Clinical Practice

Code:
NCLRP
Delivery:
Part Time
Level:
8
Campus:
Cork Road
Duration:
30 weeks
Credits:
60 ECTS

Intake for 2020 is full.

 

The BSc (Hons) in Nursing Studies for Clinical Practice is aimed at qualified nurses who seek a primary degree at honours level. There are two entry routes to achieve the BSc (Hons) in Nursing Studies for Clinical Practice (Level 8) depending on your previous academic qualifications. Applicants can gain entry either directly with a Level 7 Diploma in Nursing or through the RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) route. The RPL route set is for candidates who do not currently meet the requirements for direct entry into Level 8. The course comprises six 10-credit modules, i.e.60 credits (Level 8). Students must complete all six modules.

 

Delivery  

30 weeks

The deadline each year is the last  week in May. 

Qualification

BSc (Hons) in Nursing Studies for Clinical Practice  (Level 8, 60 Credits) 

Cost

€3,000  (International students fee on application)

Assessment

Continuous assessment and examination 


Further Informatioin

An application pack is available from Department of Nursing, School of Health Sciences, WIT.    The deadline each year is the last  week in May. 

Further information: Breda Walsh, Administrator, Tel. 051 845567 or Email [email protected] 

Modules

Research in Practice

Clinical Decision Making

Communication in Practice

Professional Values and Caring

Leading in Clinical Practice

Health Promotion in Clinical Practice

Nursing Studies for Clinical Practice Entry Requirements

How to apply:  

An application pack is available from Department of Nursing, School of Health Sciences, WIT and the deadline each year is the last week in May.

  • Registered as a nurse on any part of the register maintained by NMBI

  • Completion of (Level 7 or RPL requirements) or Diploma of Higher Education in nursing or equivalent

  • Previous credits at Level 8 or equivalent can be considered through RPL

  • Currently employed in a health/social care setting for a minimum of 12 hours per week (excluding agency nursing)

Universally Irish nurses are highly regarded in other countries thus enhancing work opportunities. Graduates who wish to pursue a Masters in Science in Nursing may apply to the Department of Nursing, School of Health Sciences, WIT.

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