MSc Nursing

MSc Nursing

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MSc Nursing is a two year post graduate course in Nursing. As you know, nursing field always has a huge demand. People who had completed B.Sc Nursing can study M.Sc Nursing. B.Sc Nursing students can work in all medical sections of a hospital. But, in order to work in a specific field with better salary, you need to have a post graduate degree in nursing. There are many specialisations in M.Sc Nursing. Let’s check them out.

M.Sc in Medical Surgical Nursing

M.Sc in Medical Surgical Nursing Specialises in training and developing the expertise of cardiovascular and thoracic nursing. So, the toughest specialisation will be this one. By completing this course candidates can become CardioVascular and Thoracic Nursing specialists. This course pays more and students who are willing to study more will get better benefits by studying this.

M.Sc in Community Health Nursing

M.Sc in Community Health Nursing students will learn how to take care of every patients well. That includes old people, families and kids. Old age homes often needs them. They should serve the community with open hearts. It is quite easy to get a high paying job after studying M.Sc Community Health Nursing.

M.Sc in Paediatric Nursing

M.Sc in Paediatric Nursing focuses on taking care of children. This course has many opportunities. Firstly, because child hospital assistants needs to have a Paediatric Nursing degree. Secondly, opportunities in kids health are increasing. And finally, because the whole nursing field is evolving.

M.Sc in Psychiatric Nursing

M.Sc Psychiatric Nursing focuses on taking care of mentally unstable persons. Hence, students will get jobs in psychiatric hospitals, clinics and de-addiction centres. After completing this course, the candidates will get jobs as Matron, Nursing Managers, Senior Nurses, and many other important nursing positions. Basically, the candidates learns both theoretical and practical knowledge of all the nursing therapies. And, The course will focus mainly on practical learning sessions. Hence there be live practical sessions, internships and viva voce.

MSc Obstetrics & Gynaecology Nursing

MSc Obstetrics & Gynaecology Nursing focuses on women’s reproductive health, pregnancy and labor. This course has a better scope. Firstly, because labor room assistants needs this degree. Secondly, because number of such hospitals are increasing. Thirdly and most importantly there are many new clinics opening for women’s reproductive health.

MSc Nursing Eligibility

Basically, students needs to have a B.Sc/ B.Sc Hons Nursing Degree with 55% marks. Also, Post B.Sc Nursing degree students can apply. However, all these students must be a registered nursing practitioner under any state nursing councils.

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What is the qualification for MSc Nursing?

students needs to have a B.Sc/ B.Sc Hons Nursing Degree with 55% marks. Also, Post B.Sc Nursing degree students can apply. However, all these students must be a registered nursing practitioner under any state nursing councils.

What is the job of MSc Nursing?

After M.Sc nursing, candidates can find work as Nursing Instructor, Staff Nurse, Nurse Supervisor, Nurse Assistant, ICU Nurse, Clinical Nurse Manager, Ward Nurse, Paramedic Nurse and Occupational Health Nurse.

What is the salary after MSc Nursing?

2.5 to 4.5 Lakhs per annum initially. After that, experienced nurses gets above 5LPA.

Which MSc Nursing is best?

All the branches are good. However, Community Health Nursing is better because it is easier to study, work and to get a higher pay.

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