The online MSc in Healthcare Quality Improvement programme is an exciting, contemporary, degree for healthcare professionals, offering a flexible mode of learning while continuing to work.
The MSc in End-of-Life Healthcare Ethics is a unique ground-breaking multidisciplinary course that will enable you to identify, research and critically evaluate the ethical, professional, legal and philosophical underpinnings of end-of-life decisions and care in hospital and healthcare settings.
The level nine programme for a PG Diploma in Public Health Nursing aims to develop informed and skilled public health nurses which on successful completion of the programme, participants can apply to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland for registration as a Public Health Nurse (RPHN).
This 18-month programme for Registered General Nurses that leads to a Higher Diploma in Midwifery and registration as a midwife (RM) with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI)
From a selection of eight specialties which after completing a Postgraduate Diploma, a student can take an extra 30 credits to attain their MSc.
The BSc Nursing Studies is a post-registration degree for registered nurses, set at level eight of the National Framework of Qualifications (National Qualifications Authority of Ireland, 2003).