Research Master’s degree in Nursing/Midwifery
The Research Master’s degree in Nursing/Midwifery provides students with rigorous research training and an opportunity to complete an independent research study, presented as a major thesis. The programme enables students to develop their research knowledge and skills whilst completing a major research study under the guidance of academic supervisors. During the MSc Research in Nursing/Midwifery the student will pursue a course of supervised research and a programme which enables them to develop their knowledge of a research topic area, research methods, literature searching, presentation and publishing skills. The student will submit a thesis outlining the work completed during the course of their study. This thesis will be assessed by both an internal and an external examiner.
Students can study for an MSc by research on either a fulltime basis over one year or on a part-time basis over two years.
There are 4 application dates January/April/July/October of each.
Please see the MSc Research calendar entry for admission requirements and to make a formal application please access the PAC application system using PAC application code:
MSc Nursing (Research mode - full-time) CKY04;
MSc Midwifery (Research mode- full-time) CKY05;
MSc Nursing and Midwifery- (part-time) CKY50
Application details available here.
If interested in pursuing an MSc (by research) please make contact with the Director of Graduate Studies Prof Patricia Leahy-Warren