The Master of Advanced Nursing Practice is a graduate coursework degree consisting of 100 points, normally taking twelve months of full-time study or part-time equivalent. Masters prepared nurses assume responsibility for establishing new professional roles, devising new models of care and leading dynamic changes to practice.
The first year of study provides the opportunity for students to extend their existing nursing knowledge and develop skills in specialty practice.
The second year of study builds on specialisation by focusing on advanced practice skills and knowledge. Specifically, it will prepare students for clinical leadership roles in nursing and healthcare.