This is a field of specialization that prepares the students in advanced practice and theoretic learning. Coupled with evidenced nursing research
RATIONALE OF PROGRAMME
Providing training of nurses at Masters is one way of raising the standards of health care delivery to Kenyans since nurses are the backbone of health service delivery.
It is envisaged that the graduates will apply critical thinking in the process and come up with practical solutions to solve the various patient’s/client’s health problems and needs. The improvement in the services will be achieved through integration of the knowledge, skills and attitudes acquired.
The programmes have been designed to recognize that its graduands will have a strong clinical, biomedical and community health knowledge base in order to provide quality health care that will integrate curative, preventive, promotive and rehabilitative health care.
The professional practice of Nursing is regulated by an Act of parliament (Cap.257 of the laws of Kenya). This ensures that high standards are maintained during training and practice while observing professional ethics of conduct.
The programme of study leading to the award of Masters of Science in medical –surgical nursing of Mount Kenya University shall be TWO (2) years, divided into FOUR trimesters. It entails one year course work and one year of thesis preparation.
Minimum entry requirements
A student shall be admitted to the MScN degree programme upon satisfying the following requirements:
- Bachelor of science in nursing degree from Mount Kenya University or any other recognized university
- Must have been practicing for at least TWO years post BScN training
- Must possess a valid practicing license from the nursing council of Kenya
Course fees (your investment)
The University fees are affordable, flexible and payable in installments