BSc Contemporary Nursing - Individual Modules Only
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This suite of modules is designed for all prospective candidates who wish to develop their careers within nursing or in a healthcare setting in the UK. These individual modules also meet the needs of their continuing professional development.
The selection of individual modules provides healthcare professionals with knowledge, understanding, and skills that reflect the contemporary demands and challenges of clinical practice. These modules are suitable for nurses from all fields of nursing and other healthcare professionals who harness the themes of service improvement, leading care, clinical knowledge, skills, and leadership development. Studying these modules will enable students to develop into knowledgeable and adaptive practitioners with a strong capacity for critical thinking that will encompass the need to anticipate and prepare for new roles and responsibilities (Department of Health, 2010).
Individual modules can be chosen to suit practice areas, personal or professional development. The gained credits are accumulated towards a degree level award.
A range of teaching and learning approaches are used to reflect the practice-focused and work-based orientation of a degree programme. These include interactive lectures, seminars, experiential workshops, simulations, and tutorials. The module delivery aims to be flexible in recognition that students will be working in professional practice at the same time as undertaking the programme. The guided study, online teaching, and learning resources, and use of electronic media will complement classroom-based learning.
For further advice, please contact the Programme Lead, Vijaya Rajoo Naidu (email@example.com)
Mode of delivery
UK applicants are current NMC or HCPC registrants working in the UK except for the "Return to Nursing" module students seeking to re-enter the NMC register after a registration lapse. Registered healthcare professionals working in the UK when undertaking the programme will be expected to be working in a health or social care setting.
These modules are for registered healthcare professionals who want to extend their educational qualifications from diploma level to a degree level award.
Health & Social Work
The price quoted above is per 15 credits in the 2021/22 academic year. This price relates to self-funding students assessed as UK students for fee purposes. Prices may differ for students that are assessed as Overseas, or for returning students that are on a course leading to an award. Click here for Fees and Funding information or email us.