Master of Nursing Science: MNS Program

  • Program overview

    The MNS Program (International Program) is designed to prepare its graduate for advanced nursing practice and research in nursing in various health care setting. Areas of thesis research include adult nursing, community nursing, family nursing, pediatric nursing, psychiatric nursing, nursing administration, aging, and midwifery. The MNS students are also provided with opportunity to learn and share their experiences in other countries, such as Indonesia and Sweden.

  • Aims

    The program objective is to sharpen skills of graduated in advanced nursing knowledge and provide quality nursing service within diverse cultural contexts. Students in the MNS program are equipped with research and advanced nursing practice.

  • Program Requirement

    Program A2: Coursework and Research
    - A Bachelor of Nursing Sciences with GPA not less than 2.75
    - Experience in Nursing at least 1 year
    - English Proficiency TOEFL 470, IELTS 5.0

  • Curriculum

    Plan A2 Type A2 Total in the program 36 credits hours ( 4 Semesters)

  • Program Structure

    Core Courses 9 Credits
    Major Required Courses 12 Credits
    Major elective Courses 3 Credits
    Thesis 12 Credits