Overview – Critical Care Nursing
The Critical Care Nursing Program identifies and explores the multiple professional issues that impact on practice and addresses the legal, social, ethical and organisational implications for effective and informal practice. Throughout the degree, you will acquire the comprehensive theoretical knowledge and practical skills that are required by specialist critical care nurses.
The Master of Critical Care Nursing includes four distinct pathways:
- Standard with Advanced Standing
- Dissertation with Advanced Standing
The requirements for each of these pathways are different and students will need to follow the requirements for their pathway to ensure their eligibility to graduate.
This program is offered full-time and part-time in off-campus mode. The Dissertation pathway with advanced standing is offered in part-time mode only.
Leave of absence
Students may not take a leave of absence in this program without the prior approval of the Program Director. The Program Director will review applications for leave of absence relative to the maximum time available to complete the program, professional registration requirements and employment requirements (if applicable).
You will be recognised for your expertise and ability to apply multidisciplinary knowledge and skills in critical care nursing and will have the ability to analyse, critique and synthesise advanced practice in nursing.
Pathways to further study
Students who complete the dissertation component will have a pathway to Higher Degree Research study.
Graduates who wish to continue on to Higher Degree Research study and have not completed the dissertation component will be able to apply for entry to the Graduate Diploma of Health Research (4161) which provides the necessary preparation for entry into the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or Master of Philosophy (MPhil) program.
How to apply
You can apply directly to Griffith University for entry into this program. To begin your application, add this program to your shortlist.
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