Master of Science in Nursing

Master of Science in Nursing

Course summary

The Master’s degree in nursing enables you to expand your technical and methodological skills. A basic academic orientation is complemented by an exceptionally high focus on practical applications throughout the entire degree. The Master degree programme is an attractive option for reaching the next stage of your professional career in a clear and targeted way. It qualifies you for employment as an Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) and/or for roles in nursing research. You will learn how to actively participate in and influence the various complex and dynamic change processes in the healthcare sector from a nursing perspective.

Overview

Title / QualificationMaster of Science in Nursing
Specialisations
    • Advanced Practice Nurse APN with the specialisation Nurse Practitioner (NP)
    • Research
Program study optionsFull or part-time
Language(s) of instructionGerman
Campus(es)Bern
Course beginsWeek 38
Deadline for applicationsApplication deadline for the Master program

Perspectives

There is great (and growing) demand for highly qualified nursing staff with academic degrees. As a holder of a Master of Science in Nursing, your services will be highly sought after in various areas of practice. 

 

By selecting one of three specialisations, you will gain further expertise in either research or clinical practice. After graduating, you will also be eligible for teaching and management positions.

Detailed information

MSc Nursing

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Contact

Prof. Dr Christian Eissler

T +41 31 848 47 24

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