INTRODUCTION TO MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING
The Master of Science in Nursing program is designed to meet the critical need for leaders, advance clinicians, nursing educators, and nursing researchers. The program is structured around the major components of theory, research, management, education and clinical practice. The concept of leadership, critical thinking, decision making and planned change are integrated throughout the curriculum. The program broadens the perspective of students by requiring them to take innovative interdisciplinary approaches to resolving healthcare problems and enhance nursing education. The world in which today’s nursing graduates will provide care is changing, as expectations about caregiver’s performance. Learning how to improve quality of care must occur during, and as part of learning about patient care. Newly graduated nurses are expected to be competent as nurse clinicians, health educators and nurse managers. To prepare nurses for this role, nurses need time to focus on development of their profession.
To be a recognized center of excellence in nursing education in preparing a highly-skilled leaders.
To prepare high quality nurses with excellence in education, research and practice to improve the health of the population they serve at all levels of health care. To prepare leaders to enhance the image and standing of the nursing profession.
PROGRAM OBJECTIVES (PLOS)
- On completion of the two years MSN Program, the graduates will be able to:
- Apply contemporary knowledge and the best available evidence from different sources in nursing practice.
- Apply critical and reflective thinking skills, as well as utilizing systematic approach to problem-solving and professional decision-making.
- Apply principles/standards in decision making, critical thinking, clinical reasoning, and judgments in the role of the advanced practice nurse.
- Demonstrate the ability to translate relevant research findings for evidence-based practice
- Contribute to nursing knowledge and practice by identifying relevant topic of for conducting supervised research.
- Demonstrate leadership qualities and function effectively as nurse educator and manager.
- Articulate, promote, and advocate for nursing professional development, in general, and the specialist role, particularly, in clinical, legal/political, and professional contexts.
- Work collaboratively with other healthcare professionals to enhance the quality of nursing practice and health care services.
- Demonstrate proficiency in digital and written communication Communicate clear, consistent, and accurate information verbally and in written or electronic forms, in a manner sensitive to the context.
- Demonstrate interest in continued learning for personal and professional advancement.
WHY CHOOSE SOHAIL UNIVERSITY MSN PROGRAM?
- New horizon of opportunities will be open to you in nursing education, nursing practice, nursing research
- Affordable tuition fees
- JCN graduates find jobs in well-known organizations, both National and International
- You will learn how to advocate, create safe environments for others and apply evidence- based practices in clinical settings
- Enjoyable learning experience at a well-established hospital campus with students from a variety of other disciplines which allows for a vibrant student life.
- Job opportunities for nurses in public and private sectors, both locally and abroad are never-ending as there is a severe shortage of skilled, competent nurses
- Become a nurse educator at college and university levels
- Work in a variety of settings: community, schools, hospitals, private homes, industries
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or equivalent from HEC recognized University, Passing University’s interview, Valid PNC License
- 01 Year Experience as Post RN BSN or BSN (Exclusive 01 Year Intership)