M.Sc. Nursing

M.Sc. Nursing
Nursing Course

M.Sc. Nursing

M.Sc. Nursing, short for ( Master of Science in Nursing ), is a 2 year postgraduate level programme. The course aims at catering to the field of Nursing and Applied Sciences. The duration of M.Sc. Nursing is for two years. MSc Nursing syllabus is designed to skill and educate students advanced knowledge in the field medical care and treatment. Students who want to take admission in MSc Nursing should have completed their bachelor or undergraduate degree in BSc Nursing or Post-basic BSc Nursing with a minimum score of 55%. The ones with a post-basic degree should also have work experience of one year before or after post-basic BSc nursing.
The eligibility criteria for M.Sc. Nursing includes a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field. The syllabus of the course is divided into two years. In the first year of M.Sc. Nursing, students study about the Advanced Nursing subjects, Clinical Nursing, Nursing Education and Research and Statistics. In the second year of the programme, students study Nursing Management and work on their research thesis. 
M.Sc. Nursing Course Highlights
M.Sc. Nursing is a two year course for which one can apply after successful completion of B. Sc. Nursing or equivalent B.Sc.degree. It is a full time course but individual colleges offer part time specialization courses as well. Find below the highlights of the M.Sc. Nursing course.


Course Name

Master of Science in Nursing

Short Name

M.Sc. Nursing

Course Duration 

2 Years

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Course Mode

Full Time

Course Type


Exam Type

Annual/ Semester System

Minimum Qualification Required

Relevant Bachelor’s Degree

Selection Process

Direct Admissions or Entrance Examinations

Average Annual Salary

2 - 5 Lakhs

Employment Sectors

Nursing Homes, Healthcare Centres, Military Hospitals, Medical Universities or Colleges, etc.

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