BSc: 120 credits at level 5. MSc or PgD: normally a good honours degree in a relevant discipline. All candidates need effective level 1, part 1 registration on the Nursing and Midwifery Council's register, plus at least 6 months post-registration experience. Applicants also need access to appropriate public health placements with a designated practice teacher and evidence of Criminal Records Bureau clearance.
Months of entry
Course gives students opportunities to develop and demonstrate specialist skills and knowledge in community nursing in the areas of health needs assessment, clinical practice, care and programme management and clinical practice leadership. Students study a range of specialist modules.
Fees and funding
Students should negotiate their funding and practice placements with their primary care employer.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Post Qualification Nursing Admissions
- 01707 284956