NURSING SCIENCES - A RESEARCH-ORIENTED MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMME
The degree programme qualifies you to plan, design and evaluate nursing care services on a scientific basis. The programme is structured so as to equip you with the skills to analyse, critically examine and evaluate social science research in the discipline-specific context of the nursing sciences, but also from an interdisciplinary and a trans-disciplinary perspective.
The goals of the degree programme are primarily to:
- teach and expand students’ knowledge of the current status of social science research as it relates to nursing care
- analyse and critically examine current social science research methods and strategies and their application to issues in the nursing sciences
- learn about and develop research, evaluation and planning tools which can be used to promote quality in the nursing profession and for quality management in health care
- apply the knowledge gained and the methods and tools learned to the analysis of current challenges in the nursing sciences and practical nursing care
- plan, undertake and write up the student’s own research or development project
This full-time degree course awards 90 Credits (workload 750 hrs per semester).
For the winter semester 2020/21, lectures are offered on 3 fixed days per week: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday