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Master of Nursing Science (MNS)

Master of Nursing Science International Program


Overview

The Master of Nursing Science (MNS) International Program is a professional degree that helps students gain in-depth knowledge and expertise in their chosen area of specialization. The program also provides skills that allow nurses to excel in the workplace and in their careers. Graduates from the program are able to respond to the changing needs in healthcare and society and are prepared for the advancements in health science and technology. The program has a strong focus on ethical professional principles and virtues, collaboration, and critical thinking. The MNS is thesis-based and focuses on the development of nursing knowledge in a particular concentration. International students can base their thesis research in their home country.

The MNS International Program offers the opportunity for advanced study in specific fields of nursing science. Students can choose an area of concentration from one of the following choices: nursing administration, adult and gerontological nursing and maternal and child nursing. The program has been designed to foster expert nursing scholars skillful in knowledge development, knowledge management, and research utilization through dynamic classroom activities and guided clinical experiences in diverse learning environments.

The MNS International Program prepares graduates to:

  1. Gain knowledge in nursing science, theories and concepts related to health and areas of specialization, and the ability to effectively integrate knowledge from nursing science and other related sciences in nursing practice
  2. Contribute to the body of health knowledge and apply research results in their area of specialization
  3. Develop systematic critical thinking, planning and problem solving, using skills in teamwork and cooperation with health care team and related persons
  4. Communicate and transfer knowledge and academic information using appropriate methods, and support others in developing their professional career
  5. Be able to do self-directed learning

The curriculum of the MNS International Program is designed to provide students with a foundation in core leadership and research courses as well as core competencies in their field of specialization. Ample electives are available for students to pursue individual interests. Students gain hands-on research skills through conducting original thesis research. In addition, students are required to take part in the following ongoing academic activities to build their research skills:

Seminars

To promote a scholarly environment and to provide students the opportunity to develop public speaking and presentation skills, students are required to present a seminar on a topic related to their thesis once every semester for at least two semesters.  Attendance at student seminars is mandatory.

 Publications

The student thesis must be developed for publication and successfully publishing is a graduation requirement.

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 36 credits
Required courses a minimum of 21 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing    2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
562715 Research Methodology in Nursing 2 credits
Nursing Administration specialty area
558739 Management of Health Care and Nursing 2 credits
558742 Quality and Outcome Management in Health Care and Nursing 2 credits
558748 Practicum in Nursing Administration 1 3 credits
558749 Practicum in Nursing Administration 2 3 credits
558752 Human Resource Management in Health Service System 2 credits
Maternal and Child Nursing specialty area
560722 Advanced Pathophysiology and Pharmacology in Maternal and Child Nursing 3 credits
560723 Advanced Maternal and Child Nursing 3 credits
560724 Advanced Nursing Practicum in Mothers and Children  1 3 credits
560725 Advanced Nursing Practicum in Mothers and Children 2 3 credits
Adult and Gerontological Nursing specialty area
561743 Advanced Pathophysiology and Pharmacology in Adult and Older Adult Nursing 3 credits
561744 Advanced Nursing Care in Adults and Older Adults 3 credits
561747 Advanced Nursing Practicum in Adults and Older Adults 3 3 credits
562748 Advanced Nursing Practicum in Adults and Older Adults 4 3 credits
Elective Courses a minimum of 3 credits
Nursing Administration specialty area
560721 Maternal and Child Nursing for Nursing Administrators  3 credits
561742 Adult Nursing for Nursing Administrators 3 credits
Maternal and Child Nursing specialty area
562709 Concepts Theories and Role Development of Advanced Practice Nurses 3 credits
562711 Learning and Teaching in Nursing 3 credits
562712 Administration in Nursing Organization 3 credits
Adult and Gerontological Nursing specialty area
562709 Concepts Theories and Role Development of Advanced Practice Nurses 3 credits
562711 Learning and Teaching in Nursing 3 credits
562712 Administration in Nursing Organization 3 credits
Thesis 12 credits
562799 Master’s Thesis 12 credits   

Requirements :

Admission Qualifications

  1. Applicants must hold a bachelor degree in nursing or equivalent degree received from an institute that has been accredited by the Higher Education Commission, Ministry of Education, Thailand or the relevant authorized organization in the applicant’s country.
  2. Applicants must hold a professional nursing license from the Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council or relevant authorized organization the in applicant’s country.
  3. Applicants must have at least one year of working experience as a professional nurse.
  4. Applicants must have a minimum English examination score: TOEFL (paper based score of more than 500 or computer based score of more than 173 or an internet based score of more than 61); IELTS of band 5.5 or higher; or CMU e-TEGs score of 65 or higher.

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Required Application Materials

Please submit two copies of all the following materials.

  1. Application Form
  2. Official transcript(s) (in English)
  3. Copy of degree certificate(s)  (with an English translation)
  4. 2.5 cm, full-face photographs, less than 3 months old (affixed to the application form)
  5. Copy of applicant’s ID card and/or passport name and picture page
  6. Letter of recommendation from the Dean, Director, or Supervisor of the applicant’s workplace.
  7. Official TOEFL/ IELTS /TEGs score or other English Certificate
  8. Financial support certificate
  9. Proposed research project
  10. Published research (if any)
  11. Certified letter stating English as the official language in the applicant’s country

Full-Time Study

Duration: The MNS program of four regular semesters is typically completed in two years. The period of study shall not exceed four academic years.

Academic Year

First semester: August - December
Second semester: January - May
Third semester (optional): June – July

Program of study: A minimum of 36 credits

Core courses 9 credits
Specialty courses 12 credits
Electives 3 credits
Thesis 12 credits

Plus two seminars and at least one publication
Students can choose courses in nursing administration, adult and gerontological nursing, or maternal and child nursing.

Master of Nursing Science Program in Community Nurse Practitioner


Overview

The MNS program in community nurse practitioner integrates sciences in community nursing including other related sciences by focusing on the health of individuals, families, groups, and communities. The program was designed to produce community nurse practitioners who are competent in health promotion, disease prevention, primary care provision, and rehabilitation.

The MNS program in community nurse practitioner prepares graduates to:

  1. Be scholars and capabilities in the field of community nurse practitioner
  2. Conduct research and utilize research findings for providing continuous community health services
  3. Be a community nurse practitioner with competency as determined by the Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council
  4. Seek knowledge continuously to develop self, profession, and society
  5. Have a moral, ethics, and professional codes of ethics in professional nursing practice
  6. Have communication skills and use digital technology in professional nursing practice
  7. Have abilities in analytical, systematic, and creative thinking to solve problems related to community nurse practitioner
  8. Have teamwork skills and work collaboratively with other health care providers in solving health problems of patients or clients in a multicultural context in in the field of community nurse practitioner

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 38 credits
Required courses a minimum of 23 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing    2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
562715 Research Methodology in Nursing 2 credits
570701 Advanced Health Assessment for Community Nurse Practitioner 2 credits
570702 Community Practitioner Nursing 1 2 credits
570704 Community Practitioner Nursing Practicum 1                                3 credits
570705 Community Practitioner Nursing Practicum 2                                3 credits
570718 Primary Medical Care 2 credits
570734 Advanced Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for Community Nurse Practitioner 2 credits
Elective courses a minimum of 3 credits
562709 Concepts Theories and Role Development of Advanced Practice Nurses    3 credits
562711 Learning and Teaching in Nursing 3 credits
562712 Administration in Nursing Organization 3 credits
Thesis 12 credits
570799 Master’s Thesis 12 credits   

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 38 credits
Required courses a minimum of 29 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing    2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
562715 Research Methodology in Nursing 2 credits
570701 Advanced Health Assessment for Community Nurse Practitioner 2 credits
570702 Community Practitioner Nursing 1 2 credits
570702 Community Practitioner Nursing 2 3 credits
570704 Community Practitioner Nursing Practicum 1                                3 credits
570705 Community Practitioner Nursing Practicum 2                                3 credits
570718 Primary Medical Care 2 credits
570734 Advanced Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for Community Nurse Practitioner 2 credits
570735 Community Practitioner Nursing Practicum 3                               3 credits
Elective courses a minimum of 3 credits
562709 Concepts Theories and Role Development of Advanced Practice Nurses    3 credits
562711 Learning and Teaching in Nursing 3 credits
562712 Administration in Nursing Organization 3 credits
Thesis 6 credits
570798 Independent Study 6 credits     

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Master of Nursing Science Program in Gerontological Nurse Practitioner


Overview

The master of nursing science (MNS) program in gerontological nurse practitioner focuses on the relationships between individuals, environment, health, nursing care in responding to a changing and aging society. This program integrates health sciences and related sciences including primary medical care, and gerontological nursing. Our graduates will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to care for both healthy and sick elders and their families, including those who are at the end stage of life, through health promotion, disease prevention, curation, rehabilitation, and palliative care. Our program will prepare our graduates to effectively practice as a nurse practitioner in the area of gerontological nursing in accordance with competencies determined by the Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council.

The MNS program in gerontological nurse practitioner prepares graduates to:

  1. be knowledgeable in nursing sciences related to nursing practitioner and gerontological nursing, including related concepts and theories
  2. Be able to practice as a gerontological nurse practitioner with the following competencies:      
  • Develop, manage, and monitor an elderly care system in different circumstances (normal, risk, and illness) by using health promotion, disease prevention, primary medical care, rehabilitation, and palliative care
  • Direct care for elders who have complicated health problems
  • Collaboration
  • Empower, teach, and coach family and community caregivers
  • Consultation for individuals, families, and communities
  • Change agent
  • Ethical reasoning and decision making
  • Evidence based practice
  • Innovation and heath technology application
  • Outcomes evaluation and management
  1. Demonstrate ethics, moral, and lead the society, including ethical reasoning in the practice of gerontological nursing
  2. Take full responsibility in self-study
  3. Demonstrate leadership, management, change agent and support others to improve their knowledge and skills in gerontological nursing
  4. Be able to learn, research, and utilize research and innovations in the practice of gerontological nursing
  5. Think critically and systematically in managing complicated health problems of elder persons and families in the community.
  6. Be skillful in team working and collaboration with health care team and others in managing health problems of older persons and families in the community.
  7. Be skillful in communication and using digital technology in nursing practices.

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 39 credits
Required courses a minimum of 24 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing    2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
562715 Research Methodology in Nursing 2 credits
564746 Geriatric Health Assessment 2 credits
564747 Primary Medical Care in the Elderly 2 credits
564748 Gerontological Nurse Practitioner 1                                2 credits
564749 Gerontological Nurse Practitioner 2                                3 credits
564750 Gerontological Nurse Practitioner Practicum 1                              3 credits
564751 Gerontological Nurse Practitioner Practicum 2                             3 credits
Elective courses a minimum of 3 credits
564752  Palliative Care Nursing         3 credits
564753 Innovation in Elderly Care 3 credits
564754 Concepts and Principles in Chronic Care 3 credits
562709 Concepts Theories and Role Development of Advanced Practice Nurses    3 credits
562711 Learning and Teaching in Nursing 3 credits
562712 Administration in Nursing Organization 3 credits
Thesis 12 credits
564799 Master’s Thesis 12 credits   

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Master of Nursing Science Program in Nursing Administration


Overview

The MNS program in nursing administration integrates knowledge from nursing administration e.g. leadership, strategic management in organizations and health care system, strategic human resource management in health care setting, information technology and nursing quality management, including other related sciences such as research, statistics, and evidence base practice to analyze and develop new body of knowledge in nursing administration and apply problem solving skills in health care service system in various hospital and health care settings. We focus on producing nurse administrators and academics in nursing administration who have competencies. Graduates will be prepared to have knowledge and integrate sciences in nursing administration and other related sciences, conduct research, have ethical consideration, and be leaders in health care organizations.

The MSN program in nursing administration prepares graduates to:

  1. Have knowledge in nursing administration at an advanced level in order to develop national and international standards in nursing administration
  2. Conduct research and disseminate knowledge in the area of nursing administration
  3.  Analyze issues and trends in health and service systems to develop a nursing administration system in health care settings with a multicultural context
  4. Apply concepts in organizational management and other related management sciences, including utilizing evidence-based research to effectively apply to nursing administration in health care settings
  5. Network and collaborate with others to solve problems and to develop organizations effectively
  6. Demonstrate leadership in organizations to meet national and international standards
  7. Have ethics and morals to be a leader in society and utilize ethical reasoning in nursing administration
  8. Seek knowledge and use digital technology for effective learning

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 36 credits
Required courses a minimum of 21 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing    2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
562715 Research Methodology in Nursing 2 credits
558742 Quality and Outcome Management in Health Care and Nursing 2 credits
558748 Practicum in Nursing Administration 1 3 credits
558749 Practicum in Nursing Administration 2 3 credits
558752 Human Resource Management in Health Service System 2 credits
558757 Leaders and Strategic Management in Healthcare Organization 2 credits
Elective courses a minimum of 3 credits
560721 Maternal and Child for Nursing Administrator 3 credits
561742 Adult Nursing for Nursing Administrator 3 credits
563715 Infection Control Nursing of Hospital-Associated Infections Based on Evidence-Based Practice 3 credits
Thesis 12 credits
558799 Master’s Thesis 12 credits   

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 36 credits
Required courses a minimum of 27 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing    2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
558742 Quality and Outcome Management in Health Care and Nursing 2 credits
558748 Practicum in Nursing Administration 1 3 credits
558749 Practicum in Nursing Administration 2 3 credits
558752 Human Resource Management in Health Service System 2 credits
558757 Leaders and Strategic Management in Healthcare Organization 2 credits
558758 Practicum in Health and Nursing Enterprise Management 3 credits
558793 Seminar in Issues and Trends in Nursing Management 3 credits
Elective courses a minimum of 3 credits
560721 Maternal and Child for Nursing Administrator 3 credits
561742 Adult Nursing for Nursing Administrator 3 credits
563715 Infection Control Nursing of Hospital-Associated Infections Based on Evidence-Based Practice 3 credits
Independent Study 6 credits
558798 Independent Study 6 credits     

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Master of Nursing Science Program in Nursing Care for Patient with Infectious Disease and Infection Control


Overview

The MNS program in nursing care for patient with infectious disease and infection control focuses on the practice to prevent and control infectious diseases in patients and vulnerable people. The program is designed for graduates to apply knowledge, concepts and theories in nursing, behavioural, and other related sciences to nursing practice to prevent and control infection. Graduates will be prepared to be academics or practitioners who are competent in caring for patients with complicated infection diseases. They will be equipped with skills in surveillance, monitoring, management, coordination, teaching, consultation, research and evidence based utilization in caring for patients with infectious disease, controlling infection both in health care settings and communities.

The MNS program in nursing care for patient with infectious disease and infection control prepares graduates to:

  1. Have knowledge in concepts, and theories related to health and infection control nursing, and integrate knowledge from those sciences in the effective practice of infection control nursing
  2. Conduct research to develop a body of knowledge and utilize research in the practice of infection control nursing
  3. Use analytical thinking to plan and solve health problems in patients, also to use teamwork and coordinate skills to work with other health care professionals
  4. Be leaders in academia and their profession and able to communicate and transfer knowledge and health information by using digital technology to create positive changes in health outcomes
  5. Have professional ethics and morals, be aware of a multicultural context, have ethical decision making skills, and solve ethical problems in the context of infection control nursing
  6. Self-study continuously
  7. Have a good attitude toward infection control and prevention

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 36 credits
Required courses a minimum of 21 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing    2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
562715 Research Methodology in Nursing 2 credits
563701 Nursing Care for Patient with Infectious Diseases and Infection Control 1 2 credits
563702 Nursing Care for Patient with Infectious Diseases and Infection Control 2 2 credits
563712 Epidemiology and infection control 2 credits
563713 Practicum in Nursing Care for Patient with Infectious Diseases and Infection Control 1 3 credits
563714 Practicum in Nursing Care for Patient with Infectious Diseases and Infection Control 2 3 credits
Elective courses a minimum of 3 credits
562709 Concepts Theories and Role Development of Advanced Practice Nurses    3 credits
562711 Learning and Teaching in Nursing 3 credits
562712 Administration in Nursing Organization 3 credits
Thesis 12 credits
563799 Master’s Thesis 12 credits   

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Master of Nursing Science Program in Occupational Health Nurse Practitioner


Overview

The main purpose of the MNS Program in Occupational Health Nurse Practitioner is to develop knowledge, skills, and abilities to practice occupational health nursing. Students who graduate from this program will be able to analyze the continuous changes in the field of occupational health and use this information to provide appropriate occupational health services for workers who work under normal conditions or at-risk conditions. This program will enhance the capacity of students to become an occupational health nurse practitioner in prevention and reduction of risk factors related to the conditions of the work environment. Students will be able to analyze the occupational health risks of each specific group of workers and will able to provide advice and suggestion on the management of a safe work environment by using an integration of occupational health nursing and related sciences for occupational health team. Also, they will be able to use an evidence-based technology and innovation to enhance the health of workres and to protect their health as well as to prevent occupational diseases among workers. This is anticipated to improve the quality of working life among workers, thereby increasing workplace productivity and enhance national economic development.

The MNS program in occupational health nurse practitioner prepares graduates to:

  1. Gain knowledge, understanding and the ability to analyze and assess the risk, impact and trend of health effects related to work including acute and chronic health problems under the context of workplace, family and community.
  2. Develop an approach for preventing and controlling hazards in the workplace among workers which include occupational health risk identification and control to contribute to healthy workers and to meet the standards of safety at work and occupational health
  3. Develop and disseminate a body of knowledge including health promotion and holistic health care for workers with various and different cultures who work under normal conditions or are at risk of occupational injury, and emergency and chronic illnesses
  4. Gain a virtual, moral, and responsibility in practice under the scope of the nursing profession
  5. Be an occupational health nursing leader, lecturer, and supervisor who is able to collaboratively work with other disciplines and related professions; and effectively manage occupational health nursing.  
  6. Integrate knowledge through using computer and digital technology, initiate creative thinking and innovation to develop an approach of health care for workers.
  7. Develop and improve continuously as an academic, conduct research to build a body of knowledge, and use evidence-based documents to practice quality occupational health nursing

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 38 credits
Required courses a minimum of 23 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing    2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
562715 Research Methodology in Nursing 2 credits
562719 Occupational and environmental Health 2 credits
568720 Advanced Occupational Health Nursing 3 credits
568722  Occupatinal diseases and Worker health Assessment 3 credits
568723 Practicum in Occupational Health Nurse Practictioner 1  3 credits
568724 Practicum in Occupational Health Nurse Practictioner 2  3 credits
Elective courses a minimum of 3 credits
568713 Health Promotion in the workplace 3 credits
568725 Work Safety Management 3 credits
551701 Culture Health and Nursing  
562709 Concepts Theories and Role Development of Advanced Practice Nurses    3 credits
562711 Learning and Teaching in Nursing 3 credits
562712 Administration in Nursing Organization 3 credits
Thesis 12 credits
568799 Master’s Thesis 12 credits   

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Master of Nursing Science Program in Pediatric Nursing


Overview

The MNS program in pediatric nursing focuses on the holistic and family-based health care for children. We integrate evidence based care in nursing science, including other related sciences, ethics and morals in care in order to promote health, to prevent diseases and traumas, to cure disease, and to rehabilitate, including end of life care among complicated, chronic, and critically ill newborns and children. Our program also focuses on the issues of children and the protection of their families’ rights. We design our program to prepare graduates to have knowledge and skills in the practice of pediatric nursing, to integrate and build links with pediatric nursing science and other related sciences, to apply knowledge and innovative thinking.

The MNS program in pediatric nursing prepares graduates to:

  1. Have ethics and morals to lead society, and have ethical reasoning in the practice of pediatric nursing
  2. Have knowledge in pediatric nursing and other related sciences, including concepts and theories related to the practice of pediatric nursing in complicated, chronic, and critically ill newborns and children
  3. Be competent in providing nursing to specific or complicated groups of children in a multicultural context by integrating sciences in pediatric nursing and other related sciences
  4. Manage and evaluate health outcomes of complicated, chronic, and critically ill newborns and children
  5. Conduct research and create innovations in nursing to improve the quality of pediatric nursing practice, including disseminate research results appropriately
  6. Apply analytical thinking to nursing care for complicated, chronic, and critically ill newborns and children
  7. Demonstrate leadership and management skills in pediatric nursing and be a change agent to support others to develop professionally
  8. Demonstrate communication skills to work as a team with other health care providers
  9. Initiate self-development and seek knowledge by appropriately utilizing digital technologies

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 36 credits
Required courses a minimum of 21 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing    2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
562715 Research Methodology in Nursing 2 credits
555725 Advanced Pediatric Pathophysiology and Pharmacology 3 credits
555730 Advanced Pediatric Nursing 2 credits
555731 Advanced Pediatric Health Assessment 1 credit
555732 Practicum in Advanced Pediatric Nursing 1 2 credits
555733 Practicum in Advanced Pediatric Nursing 2 4 credits
Elective courses a minimum of 3 credits
562709 Concepts Theories and Role Development of Advanced Practice Nurses    3 credits
562711 Learning and Teaching in Nursing 3 credits
562712 Administration in Nursing Organization 3 credits
Thesis 12 credits
555799 Master’s Thesis 12 credits   

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Master of Nursing Science Program in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing


Overview

The MNS program in psychiatric and mental health nursing focuses on psychiatric diseases and mental health of individuals across their life span, including family and community. We believe that caring for the psychiatric and mental health of an individual is a holistic approach. An imbalance of an individual’s physical, psychological, social and spiritual natures will lead to diseases and mental health illnesses. Psychiatric and mental health promotion, prevention, curation, and rehabilitation are important for individuals, their families, and their community. Graduates in the psychiatric and mental health nursing program will be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and experiences necessary to be academics, researchers, and practitioners in the area of psychiatric and mental health. They will be able to promote the mental health state of Thai people, prevent psychiatric and mental health problems, reduce behavioural risks in some groups, such alcoholics and drug users, and rehabilitate patients with mental health illnesses to be able to improve the quality of their lives. Also, they will be prepared to teach and conduct research to develop a body of knowledge in the area of psychiatric and mental health nursing.

The MNS program in psychiatric and mental health nursing program prepares graduates to:

  1. Have knowledge in concepts, theories related to the psychiatric and mental health nursing practice and seek self-knowledge continuously.
  2. Have morals and ethics, and be a good role model, including having ethical decision skills in the practice of psychiatric and mental health nursing
  3. Be able to effectively practice psychiatric and mental health nursing in a multicultural context
  4. Demonstrate leadership, competent management skills, and change agent skills in psychiatric and mental health nursing
  5. Be able to conduct research and have analytical thinking skills to solve psychiatric and mental health problems
  6. Solve complex psychiatric and mental health problems in health care settings in a multicultural context by utilizing research and evidence based practice
  7. Have teamwork skills and work collaboratively with health care teams and other related professions to solve psychiatric and mental health problems in different health care settings.
  8. Use digital technology in searching for health information on self-development and work improvement

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 37 credits
Required courses a minimum of 22 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing    2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
562715 Research Methodology in Nursing 2 credits
556742 Advanced Pathophysiology and Pharmacology in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 2 credits
556747 Advanced Psychiatric Nursing for Mental Health Promotion and Psychiatric Problem Prevention  2 credits
556748 Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Therapy and Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2 credits
556749 Practicum in Advanced Psychiatric Nursing for Mental Health Promotion and Psychiatric Problem Prevention 3 credits
556750 Practicum in Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Therapy and Psychiatric Rehabilitation   3 credits
556753 Seminar on Best Practice in Psychiatric and Mental Health Care Across Life Span 1 credit
Elective courses a minimum of 3 credits
562709 Concepts Theories and Role Development of Advanced Practice Nurses 3 credits
562711 Learning and Teaching in Nursing 3 credits
562712 Administration in Nursing Organization 3 credits
Thesis 12 credits
556799 Master’s Thesis 12 credits

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 37 credits
Required courses a minimum of 28 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing 2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
562715 Research Methodology in Nursing 2 credits
556742 Advanced Pathophysiology and Pharmacology in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 2 credits
556747 Advanced Psychiatric Nursing for Mental Health Promotion and Psychiatric Problem Prevention  2 credits
556748 Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Therapy and Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2 credits
556749 Practicum in Advanced Psychiatric Nursing for Mental Health Promotion and Psychiatric Problem Prevention 3 credits
556750 Practicum in Advanced Psychiatric Nursing Therapy and Psychiatric Rehabilitation   3 credits
556751 Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing in Caring for Selected Population 3 credits
556752 Practicum in Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing in Caring for Selected Population 3 credits
556753 Seminar on Best Practice in Psychiatric and Mental Health Care Across Life Span 1 credit
Elective courses a minimum of 3 credits
562709 Concepts Theories and Role Development of Advanced Practice Nurses 3 credits
562711 Learning and Teaching in Nursing 3 credits
562712 Administration in Nursing Organization 3 credits
Independent Study 6 credits
556798 Independent Study 6 credits

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Master of Nursing Science Program in Midwifery


Overview

The MNS program in midwifery aims to produce graduates who are competent in integrating midwifery science and other relevant sciences in holistic midwifery care regarding physiology, pathology, and pharmacology related to reproductive health, assessment, illness prevention, health promotion, and health care for childbearing women with normal condition, high risk condition, and complex health problems; can be a leader in conducting research and implementing research findings and evidence; have decision-making and problem-solving skills based on morality, ethics, professional ethics, and law; have self, professional, and social responsibilities; be able to work as an interprofessional team; and have ongoing self-development as a lifelong learner for professional development and improving quality and effective services in order to enhance the well-being of clients, families, the community, society, and nation.

The MNS program in midwifery prepares graduates to:

  1. Have academic and professional morals and ethics, having ethical decision making skills, and being a role model to contribute to society.
  2. Have in-depth knowledge and understanding in midwifery sciences and the ability to integrate other relevant sciences in providing quality and effective care for women during preconception, antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum, and lactation periods, including care for fetuses, newborns and families in normal condition, high risk condition, and complex health problems in various cultural contexts.
  3. Have the ability to analyze and synthesize knowledge from midwifery science, other relevant sciences, and empirical evidence, including the ability to conduct research and implement research findings to improve and develop the quality of midwifery practices.
  4.  Have self and social responsibilities and the ability to coordinate and work as an interprofessional team or with relevant persons in improving the quality of midwifery practices in order to achieve the expected outcomes
  5. Able to be an academic and professional leader and the ability to communicate and transfer knowledge and academic information to academic and professional groups of people and the general public by appropriately using digital technology for enhancing creative changes.
  6. Able to perform midwifery practices and manage complex health problem effectively and efficiently.

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 36 credits
Required courses a minimum of 21 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing    2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
562715 Research Methodology in Nursing 2 credits
569717 Advanced Midwifery 1 3 credits
569718 Advanced Midwifery 2 3 credits
569719 Practicum in Advanced Midwifery 1 3 credits
569720 Practicum in Advanced Midwifery 2 3 credits
Elective courses a minimum of 3 credits
562709 Concepts Theories and Role Development of Advanced Practice Nurses    3 credits
562711 Learning and Teaching in Nursing 3 credits
562712 Administration in Nursing Organization 3 credits
Thesis 12 credits
569799 Master’s Thesis 12 credits   

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Master of Nursing Science Program in Adult and Gerontological Nursing


Overview

The MNS program in adult and gerontological nursing focuses on learning about the characteristics, the living and well-being of adult and older adults, health problems in adult and older adults with trauma and emergency condition, critical illness condition, chronic illness condition, and end of life and family, how to prevent and to cure diseases and illnesses. This program also focuses on the policies and health systems for adults and older adult. The process of teaching and learning consists of theoretical, practical and the development of knowledge through research process.

The MNS program in adult and gerontological nursing prepares graduates to:

  1. Have morals and ethics in order to be a leader and can express a good idea and have ethical decision making skills in nursing for caring adult and older adult patients
  2. Have knowledge of nursing science, other related sciences, and policy and health systems as well as concepts and theories related in nursing practice in adult and older adult patients
  3. Have the ability to practice for caring adult and older adult patients in the cultural diversity by apply the knowledge of nursing science and other related science and evidence based practice
  4. Have leadership skill, management and can creative change in nursing practice for adult and older adult patients
  5. Keep studying, self-study and use digital technology to make learning more effective
  6. Have teamwork skills and work with health care workers and stakeholders to improve the quality of services for adults and older adult patients
  7. Have analytical thinking ability to solve problems in nursing, to implement evidence based practice, to seek answers in research and be responsible for self-development and actively and continuously seek knowledge
  8. Take responsibility for self-improvement, actively and continuously seek knowledge

Curriculum Structure

Degree Requirements a minimum of 36 credits
Required courses a minimum of 21 credits
562700 Concepts and Theories in Nursing    2 credits
562702 Evidence-Based Practice  1 credit
562703 Health System and Nursing Leadership 2 credits
562708 Statistics for Nursing Research 2 credits
562715 Research Methodology in Nursing 2 credits
561743 Advanced Pathophysiology and Pharmacology in Adult and Older Adult Nursing 3 credits
561744 Advanced Nursing Care in Adults and Older Adults 3 credits
561745 Advanced Nursing Practicum in Adults and Older Adults 1 3 credits
561746 Advanced Nursing Practicum in Adults and Older Adults 2 3 credits
Elective courses a minimum of 3 credits
562709 Concepts Theories and Role Development of Advanced Practice Nurses    3 credits
562711 Learning and Teaching in Nursing 3 credits
562712 Administration in Nursing Organization 3 credits
Thesis 12 credits
561799 Master’s Thesis 12 credits   

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