Master of Nursing Programme
- Programme Overview
- The Master of Nursing (MNurs) Programme provides opportunities for nurse graduates to prepare for advanced practice nursing in keeping with the rapid changes in health care in Hong Kong.
- Study mode and duration
- Part-time (6 semesters spread across 2 academic years) or
Full-time (3 semesters spread across 1 academic year)
Students begin their studies in September each year. The Programme consists of 3 Core courses (18 credits), 3 Track Core courses (18 credits), 3 elective courses (18 credits) and capstone experience which includes a Translational Nursing Research course (6 credits) and a dissertation / clincal research project (for the Perfusion Science Track only) (9 credits), making a total of 69 credits. The assessment is based on a combination of practical examinations / tests (0-60%) and continuous assessments (40-100%). Candidates are also required to submit a dissertation or clinical research project to the satisfaction of the examiner(s).
A variety of teaching and learning methods will be employed to provide the best learning environment for students. Examples of teaching and learning methods are lectures, seminars, tutorials, problem-based learning (PBL) and clinical work.
Students may join one of the following tracks:
- Advanced Surgical Nursing
- Community and Public Health Nursing
- Critical Care Nursing
- Gerontology Nursing
- Health Care Management and Leadership
- Infection Control Nursing*
- Paediatric Nursing# *
- Perfusion Science# * NEW!!
* Offered to Part-time students only
# Subject to the University’s approval
Further information on the Programme can be found in the Programme's Regulations and Syllabuses. (Note: not all elective courses on the syllabuses will be offered in any given year. It is subjected to the availability of teaching resources and sufficient interest in the course.)
To be eligible for admission to the curriculum leading to the degree of Master of Nursing, candidates shall:
- comply with the General Regulations;
- comply with the Regulations for Taught Postgraduate Curricula;
- be a Registered Nurse holding a Bachelor’s degree in nursing from this University, or from another university, or comparable institution accepted for this purpose; and
- satisfy the examiners in a qualifying examination if required.
The BL Wong Memorial Prize in Nursing Studies (Master of Nursing) and the Lau Wing Kai Memorial Prizes have been established for awarding students who have outstanding performance in the Master of Nursing Programme.
Subject to the University's approval, a scholarship for full-time non-local students covering the full tuition fee would be offered from the September 2019 intake. Further details will be provided upon approval by the University.
School of Nursing
4/F, William WM Mong Block
Tel: 3917 6604
Application can be submitted online via http://www.aal.hku.hk/tpg/programme/master-nursingfrom January 2019.
Application deadline: 12:00nn (HKT), April 4, 2019.
*This information has been translated into Chinese. If there is any inconsistency or ambiguity between the English version and the Chinese version, the English version shall prevail.