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A Master of Nursing research degree enables a candidate to undertake a program of research and advanced study in a specialist field. The research takes place over 2 years of study or equivalent part-time and normally results in a thesis or equivalent of traditionally circa 50-60,000 words (depending on the discipline), written in English.
A Masters degrees in nursing focuses on many different aspects of nursing and nursing care, for example: the contribution of nursing to the advancement of health and the health care system.
The research topic will reflect the candidates' own interests and the research expertise of their supervisors. Further information on the research areas of supervisors in these disciplines is available from the Web Access Research Portal (WARP) site.
The campus of study will vary depending on the location of the candidate, the supervisor and the research field.
A Master of Nursing degree provides an entry to a doctorate at a university and graduates are also highly sought after for positions across the spectrum of available careers. Graduates take up roles in for example, in nursing practice development units advancing evidence based practice and the translation of research into practice.