Master of SCience in nursing
master degree in nursing
Nurses who have a Bachelor Degree and want to take their career to the next level can choose M.Sc. degree programme. The nursing field is growing rapidly due to the increase in population and advancements in healthcare technology. The advancements in health care technology need highly trained nurses who can assist better. Master’s degree in Nursing is playing a vital role in many jobs and are highly in demand. Master degree in the nursing programme is the professional nurses’ gateway to career development. It is the first step in the credentialing process required for specialized professional practice, including advanced practice nurses. Today, nursing diploma or Bachelor of Nursing is not sufficient for Nurses. Students of M.Sc. Nursing has more opportunities after completion of their Master’s programme. If you really want to step up your career then this is your take.
Specialties in M.Sc. Nursing
1. Medical-Surgical Nursing
2. Obstetric & Gynecological Nursing.
3. Paediatric (Child Health) Nursing.
4. Psychiatric (Mental Health) Nursing.
5. Community Health Nursing.
- The candidate should be a Registered Nurse and Registered Midwife or equivalent with any State Nursing Registration Council.
- The minimum education requirements shall be the passing of B.Sc. (Nursing)/Post Basic B.Sc. (Nursing) with a minimum of 55% aggregate marks.
- The candidate should have undergone B.Sc. (Nursing)/Post Basic B.Sc. (Nursing) in an institution which is recognized by the Indian Nursing Council.
- Minimum one year of work experience after Basic B.Sc. (Nursing).
- Minimum one year of work experience prior or after Post Basic B.Sc. (Nursing).
- Candidate should be medically fit.
- 5% relaxation of marks for SC/ST candidates may be given.
- No age limit.