Specifically designed for international students, this program enables you to study with domestic students and undertake observational professional experience placement (PEP) opportunities previously unavailable to international students. It aims to facilitate the development of specialised knowledge in working with individuals, groups, families and communities within a broad primary healthcare framework.
IELTS: 6.5 TOEFL: 72
The program helps you develop specialised knowledge, skills and attributes for application in a range of primary health care nursing environments. Topics cover areas such as primary health care constructs and contexts; social context of health and ageing; introduction to working with infants, children and families; health management for infants, children and young people; diabetes management; community and primary health care nursing; and an observational professional experience placement.
The Master of Nursing (Primary Health Care) will provide you with the opportunity to further develop your advanced, specialised theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in primary health care, and apply them in a range of situations. The course aims to enable you to contribute to the development of nursing and healthcare in your chosen field.
International students must satisfy our English language proficiency requirements for admission. If your first language is not English you will need to have:
Annual fees: $34,000
Graduates are suitable for careers in a wide range of nursing-related fields.
Our courses will give registered nurses the opportunity to provide skillful care to individuals, families and communities to prevent illness, promote healthy lifestyles and manage a range of emerging complex health issues. They will be able to take on leadership and specialised care roles in a variety of clinical nursing settings.
Potential occupations include:
clinical nurse specialist
health promotion nurse
community health nurse
injury management officer
mental health nurse
nurse research assistant