ATU - Sligo St. Angela's
Nursing Studies - Sligo St. Angela's
The multi-disciplinary nature of the programme is mirroring the current and desired approach to healthcare delivery. Students with an aggregate mark of 60% in this programme may progress to the Master of Health Sciences programme phase.
Who should apply?
This programme is suitable for nurses interested in advancing their understanding research and evidencebased practice methodologies. The programme will provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to avail of a variety of employment opportunities in the acute and community setting.
External Accrediting Body
NMBI Category 2 Approval.
Quality and Healthcare Management
Advanced Research Skills
Behaviours that Challenge
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Eating Disorders in Adults and Adolescents
Assessing and Managing Clients Presenting Following Self-Harm
Early Intervention for People Who Experience First Episode Psychosis
Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Fundamentals of Coaching and Healthy Lifestyle Behaviours Historical Perspectives in Disability Studies
Principles of Healthcare Leadership
Applicants must be registered as a nurse on the Register held by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland. Applicants will normally have gained a primary degree (health science/studies or social science/studies related) Level 8 or evidence of equivalent academic credits. Applicants must also be currently employed in healthcare either in: clinical practice/ management/ research /education. For full details on the Entry Requirements for this programme please see the course webpage.
2 to 3 years part-time, blended.
A 10 credit module has a 20 hour per week workload and this includes class time, online directed work, selfdirected work and assessment preparation.
Students undertake directed work and attend 2-4 seminar days per module at the St Angela's Campus.
Postgraduate Diploma (Level 9 NFQ)