Master’s Course

Master’s Course

Educational Goals

1.
To train nurses who can understand the concept of the Red Cross and contribute to the advancement of nursing science
2.
To train researchers and educators who have creative problem-solving skills in major fields
3.
To train Certified Nurse Specialist and Nurse Administrator with excellent practical skills in the field of specialization

Admission Policy

1.
People who sympathizes with the educational philosophy
2.
People who have a basic knowledge in specialized fields
3.
People who have the basic English skills required to understand scientific papers
4.
People who have the skills required to read and write sentences – basic skills for writing scientific papers
5.
People who have basic practical nursing skills
6.
People who are determined to contribute as nursing researchers and practitioners continuously

Diploma Policy (Certification and diploma policies)

A master’s degree (in nursing) will be awarded to students who: have been on the master’s course for a predetermined period of time, received academic credits required for its completion, passed the thesis examination and final test, and fulfill the following requirements:

– Researchers/educators course
The student has:

1.
A sense of ethics based on humanitarianism – a fundamental principle of the Red Cross
2.
Research abilities to contribute to the advancement of nursing science
3.
Education skills to contribute to human resource development in nursing
4.
The ability to logically explain his/her research

– Specialized nurses/certified nursing supervisors course
The students has:

1.
A sense of ethics based on humanitarianism – a fundamental principle of the Red Cross
2.
Excellent skills to provide nursing care in specialized fields
3.
The ability to collaborate and coordinate with many different professionals and facilities
4.
Research abilities to solve problems in practical nursing settings

Curriculum