Master’s level nurses are adept at assessing the health status of populations, identifying pertinent issues, setting priorities, and establishing goals within the realm of public health. They excel in conducting research, analyzing technical literature, and interpreting results using modern statistical methods. Additionally, they are proficient in organizational and managerial tasks associated with the nursing process, including human resource management specific to nursing. The Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) MSc program places particular emphasis on Primary and Community Health Care and Nursing.
Career prospects for graduates of this program are extensive. They may find opportunities in various settings such as Primary Care Centers, Occupational Health Centers, Home Nursing Services, Nursing Homes, and Hospice Care. Additionally, there are opportunities in traditional specialized healthcare environments, including Hospitals and Clinics.
Furthermore, individuals who complete the Nursing MSc program may choose to pursue further studies at the Ph.D. level, allowing for even greater specialization and expertise in the field.