M.Phil Master of Nursing
Master of Philosophy
Department of Adult Nursing
2 years (Mature Entry)
2 years (Standard Entry)
Modes of Study:
Master of Nursing programme is to train nurses with advanced knowledge and skills to perform advanced Nursing roles in direct patient care delivery, Nursing Education, Nursing Administration and Nursing Research at the local, national and international levels.
To qualify for admission an applicant:
Must have obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing OR its equivalent in a related field (e.g. B. ED Health Sciences Education) with at least Second Class Lower Division from a recognized institution.
Should be a registered nurse in good standing with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana (NMC) or an equivalent approved by the NMC.
Must pass a selection interview.
Goal / Objectives:
By the end of the programme, the student should be able to:
take up leadership roles in nursing and health care delivery in general.
demonstrate high levels of intellectual and analytical competencies to function effectively in nursing education.
develop advanced clinical nurse practitioners who will be able to deliver evidence based nursing care
acquire requisite foundation to undertake doctoral degree programmes.
work within complex organizational and political systems at local, national and international levels.
acquire advanced knowledge and practical skills and attitudes in nursing administration to enable them recognize the total health needs of individuals, families and communities.
exhibit administrative and leadership skills in managing health care units within the framework of the national health policy.
The demand for nursing services is ever increasing in Ghana and other parts of the world. Our students are employed in public and private health facilities like hospitals, clinics, home health care services, schools, military and police health facilities in Ghana and other countries. Other employment avenues include Nursing and other health training institutions, health research centres, public/community health delivery services and workplace health care systems.
NUR 800: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR ADVANCED NURSING
NUR 803: ISSUES IN NURSING AND HEALTH CARE
NUR 805: PROFESSIONAL ROLE DEVELOPMENT
NUR 807: ADVANCED PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
NUR 809: HEALTH ASSESSMENT
NUR 801: RESEARCH METHODS
NUR 804: ADVANCED PHARMACOLOGY
NUR 806: CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND PRACTICE IN NURSING
NUR 808: INSTRUCTION AND EVALUATION IN EDUCATION
NUR 810: TEACHING PRACTICUM
NUR 812: HEALTH CARE POLICY
NUR 814: ADVANCED LEADERSHIP
NUR 816: ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICUM
NUR 818: ADVANCED HEALTH ASSESSMENT
NUR 820: ADVANCED NURSING STRATEGIES
NUR 822: ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICUM I
NUR 811: ADULT HEALTH NURSING
NUR 813: PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING
NUR 815: MENTAL HEALTH NURSING
NUR 817: CHILDREN HEALTH NURSING
NUR 819: WOMEN AND FAMILY HEALTH NURSING
NUR 823: ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICUM II
NUR 899: THESIS WRITE-UP
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes