This programme is designed for registered general nurses who wish to pursue a specialism in oncology nursing. Students are required to undertake their clinical practice in an approved clinical practice setting within Ireland, normally within the students' own work setting. Students may also be required to undertake additional placement(s) in order to meet the programme's learning outcomes.
The programme is offered full-time over two calendar years. On completion of Year One students have the option of being awarded a Postgraduate Diploma or (if they have achieved the minimum 60% average mark across these modules) may progress onto the second year to complete the MSc programme. A blended learning approach is adopted in the delivery of this programme. Students are required to attend face-to-face workshops for a total of 12 days across the programme. Students are required to complete a minimum of 1,000 clinical hours before completion.
3 Good Reasons To Study This Course
1. Learning packs are developed by teams of nurse academics and clinicians.
2. Programme lecturers have expertise in oncology and haematology nursing.
3. The programme is approved by the NMBI.