The Doctor of Nursing is 4-year coursework and dissertation-based program offered via the distance and open learning mode. The program is for nurses to pursue their career pathway in clinical, education and research while honing their critical and analytical thinking and decision-making skills. This terminal degree for nurses will prepare them for their future challenging roles in healthcare delivery. The program admits registered nurses who already have a Master of Nursing and they will be the future nurse leaders, academicians and researchers, contributing to the efforts of the nation’s high income, knowledge-based population. In the clinical area, they will be the resource person as well as the experts in their selected field.
Demonstrate a critical understanding of the most advanced health knowledge in the field of professional nursing practice.
Collaborate with health care teams to deliver health to a diverse population in complex health care environments using evidence-based practice.
Evaluate health care policy to innovate and influence change using appropriate professional communication and leadership skills.
Apply research, information technology and entrepreneurial skills legally and ethically in personal and professional development.
|SEMESTER||COURSE CODE||COURSE NAME|
|Semester 1||NPPS7103||Philosophy of Science|
|BPAW7103||Technical/ Academic Writing|
|Semester 2||NPQR7103||Qualitative Research Methods|
|NPPP7103||Policy and Politics in Nursing|
|Semester 3||NPHO7103||Evaluation And Health Outcomes Research|
|Semester 4||BPAS7103||Applied Statistics|
|HPEF7043||Quantitative Research Methods|
|Semester 5||NPED7103||Equality and Diversity in Healthcare|
|Semester 6||NPRM7103||Risk Management|
|NPLE7103||Law and Ethics in Nursing|
|Data collection, data analysis|
|Discussion & preliminary findings presentation (supervisor), conclusion.|
|Final submission /Viva.|