The University of the Witwatersrand offers you these top programmes in Nursing! Check them out
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Are you interested in the area of health but you don't feel like being a physician? Then you should consider going for nursing! Nurses work collaboratively with physicians, therapists, patients and families and focus on treating illness to improve quality of life. The University of the Witwatersrand offers three top programmes, which include a bachelor's degree and two master's degree, so that you make sure you receive the best education available.
Nurses work collaboratively with physicians, therapists, patients and families and focus on treating illness to improve quality of life.
Nursing combines compassion, knowledge, and sophisticated health technology to restore, maintain, and promote the health of individuals, groups, or communities.
Nursing is both an art and a science: caring, compassionate relationships blended with the development and application of nursing knowledge, techniques and ethics.
As a Wits nursing student, you will study in a rigorous and vibrant multidisciplinary environment that will stimulate your intellectual inquiry and professional responsiveness. You will learn in small groups and engage in cooperative learning as you work through real-life health scenarios, deciding how to access information that produces the best results in managing health issues.
The degree prepares professionals for general nursing and midwifery practice.
Nurses practice in a range of settings, including hospitals, community clinics, industry, the military, private practices, homes, and in specialised areas such as hospice and rehabilitation and aged care facilities.
The Master of Science in Nursing by coursework and research report is a 2 year degree offered in a specialised field.
The Master of Science (Nursing) is a clinical learning programme which leads to a clinical nursing qualification in a specialised field.
Offered in the fields of:
- Advanced Psychiatric Nursing
- Child Nursing
- Infection Control
- Intensive Care
- Nursing Education
- Occupational Health Nursing
- Oncology and Palliative Care
- Trauma and Emergency Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing by Dissertation
The Master of Science in Nursing by dissertation is a 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time degree. Candidates registering for this course are required to conduct a line of research under the guidance of a supervisor and submit a dissertation based on that research.