The University of Tasmania is the largest provider of postgraduate nursing education in Australia.
Our postgraduate nursing program offers high quality, comprehensive professional development for nurses, with pathway options including Clinical and Professional Honours, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Masters level courses. Each of our courses have been designed to provide world-class education to develop specialist knowledge and skills in nursing practice.
With our Nursing Specialisation Program, you can choose from the following degrees and specialise in one of our 20+ streams.
With flexible, part time and online* study options, you can advance your nursing career while maintaining a work-life balance.
For further information on these courses, and the specialist streams available, download the Nursing Specialisation course brochure.
Immerse yourself in a professional health care environment with the Bachelor of Nursing with Clinical Honours (Transition to Practice) H4B course.
This course is delivered online and will support your continued development as a nurse by providing you with a formal degree qualification.
For further information on our Transition to Practice course, download the Transition to Practice course brochure.
Explore your leadership potential in nursing with the Bachelor of Nursing with Clinical Honours (Leadership in Practice) (H4C) course.
This course delivered online, supported by clinical practice hours in your current role, and is an exciting option for nurses looking to develop their leadership expertise.
For further information on our Leadership in Practice course, download the Leadership in Practice course brochure.
To be accepted into any level of the postgraduate nursing program applicants must meet the following criteria:
Have qualifications and experience deemed by the School to be equivalent to 2 and 3 above.
For the Bachelor of Nursing with Clinical Honours (Leadership in Practice) (H4C), you will also need to provide confirmation of employment in a leadership position (acting or appointed), or potential to transition into a leadership role.
Please see the H4C course page for more information
For the Bachelor of Nursing with Clinical Honours (Transition to Practice) (H4B), you will also need to be employed in a Transition Program with a participating agency partner.
Please see the H4B course page for more information.
It may be possible to receive credit for previous postgraduate nursing, health professional or midwifery studies, please contact us to discuss your admission requirements
Information about how to apply:
Scholarship supported places for the Bachelor of Nursing with Professional Honours (H4F) are available to eligible students through our network of industry partners. For more information on our scholarship places, or to find out if you are eligible, contact us.
The Faculty of Health have a range of postgraduate coursework degrees suitable for health professionals, to help you advance your career or find a new specialisation. These postgraduate degrees include options in midwifery, addiction studies, leadership and quality services.
For further information, visit our Postgraduate Coursework page.