You want to improve people's lives and help them during difficult times. You want a degree where you spend time learning in a variety of clinical settings and a career where you are constantly updating your skills.
We'll support you as you become a registered nurse. You'll learn to deliver the highest quality care that's focused on the person and use reasoning and evidence-based care to improve your patients' outcomes.
Your subjects include working with diverse communities, mental health, medical and surgical nursing, and palliative care. You'll also learn skills like leadership and management to give you even more confidence when you start your career. Your options will be wide when you graduate. You may choose to work in emergency illness, mental health, long-term care, intercultural health or population health. Wherever you work, chances are your career in nursing will be challenging, stimulating and rewarding. You may even decide to further your studies into a specialised nursing area including midwifery or paramedicine.
Areas of study include: biomedical sciences, general nursing, health promotion, health, nursing, psychology, public health, sociology.
Professional recognition may be available with: Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC), Australian Health Practitioner Registration Authority (AHPRA) and Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA).