The master’s degree programme consists of five module groups: Profession-specific, Research, Interprofessional, Transfer and Master’s thesis. In the Profession-specific module group, we offer you the following specialisations: Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), Nurse Practitioner (NP), Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) and Nurse Research Collaborator (NRC). Theory-practice transfer is important to us, so academia and practice are closely interlinked throughout the degree programme.
What you stand to gain from this degree programme
The Master of Science in Nursing programme provides you with a foundation for your work as an advanced practice nurse.
As an APN, you will build a close relationship with your patients and advise and support them and their families during the treatment process. You will advise nursing professionals on administering medication and work interprofessionally within the treatment team. In modules on ethics, advanced practice or interprofessional communication, you will gain a nuanced understanding of healthcare. Research and practice receive equal weight. Upon completion of your master’s programme, you will be equipped to plan, design and lead complex care situations on your own.
Set the focus for your professional future. The Master of Science in Nursing degree programme offers you four areas of specialisation.