The aim of the master's program curriculum is to prepare students to be advanced nursing professionals competent in health care.
The curriculum has been structured to prepare graduates to do the following:
- Integrate advanced clinical skills to improve health care quality.
- Apply evidence-based research findings and logical thinking to improve clinical practice.
- Persist in pursuing personal and professional development.
- Provide holistic care with cultural sensitivity.
Staff nurse, case manager, nurse practitioner, community health nurse, nurse educator, nurse administrator, clinical nurse specialist, researcher, nursing teacher, government official, entrepreneur, and so on.
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- Nursing Theory
- Introduction to Advanced Nursing
- Nursing Research
- Special Topics on Health Assessment
- Culture & Health
- Special Topics on Community Health Nursing and Practicum
- 12 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Deadline passed
- Hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent diploma relative to nursing from a local or foreign university which is recognized by M.O.E. and verified by Office of R.O.C. representative office
- A minimum GPA of B or 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (a notarized Chinese or English translation of transcript is required)
- An English proficiency test score equivalent to one of the followings or above for those whose native language is not English: TOEFL ITP 500, CBT 173, iBT 61, IELTS 4.5 or TOEIC 600
- One year nursing experience
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