Victoria University's (VU) Master of Nursing, with specialisations in Chronic Disease and Ageing, Leadership and Palliative Care, is designed for registered nurses to transform the delivery of health care services in Australia. The course prepares nurses for the challenges of clinical leadership, research and advanced practice roles in their chosen specialisation.
Each course is delivered 100% online giving students the flexibility to fit study around their busy personal and professional lives. At VU, we take a personalised 1:1 approach to online learning, which makes learning with us highly interactive and supportive.
The course is delivered in VU's revolutionary 'block' model where students take one unit at a time and complete their entire degree part-time in 2 years. This means students finish their degree faster by completing units more quickly than in many traditional part-time postgraduate courses. At the same time, students can slow their study down at any time they wish to meet the demands of work or family.
Across 12 specialist units of study - from Promoting Cultural Competence and Community Health to the Research Project - students will develop the skills demanded of today's senior nurse leader.
With 25 years' experience delivering postgraduate courses in Australia, VU has equipped thousands of students - from all walks of life - with the skills and insights to successfully reach their unique career goals including promotion, salary increase and leadership in nursing.