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BSc (Hons) Nursing Adult

Course Overview

Nursing is much more than a job. It is a challenging and extremely rewarding vocation that makes a real difference to people’s lives, and registered nurses with the right skills, knowledge and experience for modern-day practice are in high demand. Our exciting and innovative Nursing (Adult) degree course will enable you to deliver and lead on safe, effective and compassionate care for adults with a range of health conditions. Our adult nursing degree course provides the perfect environment and opportunity for you to get hands-on training and experience. We have outstanding facilities including a replica hospital ward on campus where you can practise and hone your skills, while our network of healthcare contacts will enable you to take on invaluable industry placements in a variety of settings, from NHS trusts to community care.

WHAT WILL I STUDY?

You will learn from our expert clinical practitioners and develop a strong understanding of human development, key body systems, pharmacology and safe management of medicine, as well as the personal and technical skills needed to deliver compassionate, high-quality care across many different settings. PRACTICE PLACEMENTS – Take on multiple placements in a range of clinical and community settings, from GP surgeries, care homes and hospices to visiting patients in their homes PRACTICAL APPLICATION – Perfect your practical skills on campus in our Health Skills and Simulation Suite, with state-of-the-art simulation facilities including a replica hospital ward INDUSTRY APPROVED – Train to today’s gold standard in line with the NMC’s ‘Future nurse: Standards of proficiency for registered nurses’, and apply for Registered Nurse status when your graduate
Foundation Year
Year 1

Core Modules

  • Assess, Plan, Provide and Evaluate Care
  • Literacy, Numeracy and Technology for Nursing Practice
  • Nursing in Context
  • Nursing Practice – Part 1
  • Science for Nursing
Year 2
  • Care of the Acutely Ill Adult
  • Long-term Health Conditions
  • Nursing Practice – Part 2
  • Person-Centred Care
Year 3
  • Care of the Acutely Ill Adult
  • Long-term Health Conditions
  • Nursing Practice – Part 2
  • Person-Centred Care

Entry Requirements

Level 3 or equivalent qualifications are desirable. European and other International qualifications are accepted.

Funding Options

PC
UCC
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