We’ve designed this course for newly qualified and experienced nurses who are motivated to think analytically and delve deeper into research in healthcare.
Whether you work in acute care, in the community, or in mental health nursing, you can pick modules that will boost your expertise and give you an advantage in your day to day role.
At King’s, you’ll join a supportive community of nurses from different countries and backgrounds. Every day you’ll learn from each other and share your experiences of life as a nurse.
Our experts are leaders in their fields, shaping the future of healthcare. So our teaching is always informed by current research and developments in practice.
From lectures and classroom-based learning, to one-to-one sessions and web-based materials, you’ll learn in a variety of ways.
At King’s, we know it’s important to continually encourage you to challenge yourself and reflect on your progress. But if you ever need extra support, you can always ask your personal tutor or programme lead for advice.
We teach three core modules to give you the knowledge you need to achieve your degree qualification. This includes applying what you learn to a research project.
You also tailor the course to your interests by picking three modules. From exploring drug addiction to understanding diabetes treatment, you’ll find modules that are a perfect fit for expanding your expertise.
On this course, we use a variety of methods to assess your learning. You’ll complete essays, reports, portfolios and dissertations. For some modules, you’ll take traditional written exams too.
King’s College London is regulated by the Higher Education Funding Council for England.
The degree programme is delivered across four of King’s College London campuses:
Denmark Hill Campus
St Thomas’ Campus
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