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Online BSc (Hons) Health Care Studies (Nursing) (top up) degree 

About the programme

This course provides an exciting opportunity for home and international students to develop their general and specialist knowledge within different areas of nursing and healthcare practice.

The course enables you to build on your existing nursing qualification and gain a UK BSc degree, with the opportunity to develop in-depth knowledge in a specialist clinical area.

Students will complete either a full-time programme of study over one year, or part-time over a maximum of two years, leading to a degree award. With a globally recognised degree, international students can then pursue Masters level study and/or progress up the career ladder in your own country or overseas.

The next cohort for this programme will commence in September 2017

Modules

Students will complete four compulsory 30 credit modules:

  • Evidence Based Practice
  • Clinical Decision Making
  • Work Based Skills - where students assess their learning needs for clinical practice, designing a programme of activities to be completed during the course
  • Work Based Projects - where students work on a service improvement activity in their workplace, writing it up in a report for their assignment

Please note it is compulsory to do B73 EVI 'Evidence Based Practice' before commencing any other modules

Entry requirements

  • Students must be a registered nurse in their own country and hold an undergraduate diploma level (non-degree) qualification, alongside having a minimum of one year's clinical experience
  • 120 credits at level 1 – automatically awarded to all ‘first level’ registered nurses in respect of their registration qualification (or international equivalent)
  • 120 credits at level 2 that have been completed within the past ten years – 40 level 2 credits may be awarded via Recognition of Other Learning (ROL) for current contemporary practice (or international equivalent)
  • For international students – IELTS: 6.5 (with no less than 6.0 in any element)  

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Key information

  • Open to: UK/EU and international students
  • This course does not lead to registration with the UK Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)

Contact

 

 

 

School of Health Sciences

B Floor, South Block Link
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA

telephone: +44 (0)115 823 0850
email: shs-enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk