Would you like to build a career out of making a difference to people's lives? Nurses do just that by providing healthcare in times of need - from acute health issues in emergency departments to home visits that assist the elderly to remain in their homes for longer.
Combine the professional person-centred approach of nursing with psychosocial and biological sciences as you learn the skills needed to become a Registered Nurse. You'll also be equipped with lifetime access to a web-based ePortfolio, to showcase your knowledge and experience to prospective employees when you graduate.
You can complete your Nursing degree in three years of full-time study or within six years of part-time study.
Build the knowledge and skills you need to meet your career or study goals. Here are some of the things you'll learn:
Once you are registered to practice as a nurse you can pursue a career in a wide variety of fields including business, health and research.
Careers could include:
You could work in a range of industries including the private sector, universities, and government institutions.