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hi,,Im planning to stay first and work here in Phil and it's also one of my choices to take some units of masteral, is it ok even im lack of hospital experience?
of course you can have your master's even without hospital experience.
here's the program:
PROGRAM OF THE STUDY The M.A.(Nursing) degree requires completion of thirty-six(36) units, thirty(30) units of which are credited to academic courses and six (6) units for the thesis. Except for N-241,N-242, & N-243 and some cognates, academic courses generally carry a 3-unit load.
A full-time student enrolls in 12 units of academic work per semester and is given a maximum of five years within which to finish all 36 units of academics and the thesis, including passing the Comprehensive Examinations. The courses are classified as follows:
CORE COURSES. Completion of 12 units (all 4 courses) is required of all master's students.
N-204 Advanced Pathophysiology N-207 Theoretical Foundatoins of Nursing N-298 Sattistical Methods Applied to Nursing N-299 Research Methods of Nursing MAJOR COURSES. The master's student is required to enroll in all the courses (12 units) of one's chosen field of specialization.
Maternal and Child Nursing
N-230 Primary Care of Women N-231 Parental Nursing N-232 Nursing Care of Children N-219.4 Intensive Experience in Maternal & Child Nursing Nursing Administration
N-240 Nursing Administration I N-241 Nursing Administration II N-242 Nursing Administration III N-243 Nursing Administration IV N-219.3 Intensive Experience in Nursing Administration Community Health Nursing
N-250 Family Health Nursing N-251 Advanced Community Health Nursing N-252 Seminar in Community Health Nursing N-219.5 Intensive Experience in Community Health Nursing Adulth Health Nursing
N-260 Advanced Adult Health Nursing N-261 Nursing Care in Cardiovascular Conditions N-262 Oncology Nursing N-219.6 Intensive Experience in Adult Health Nursing Mental Health & Psychiatric Nursing
N-270 Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing Interventions I N-271 Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing Interventions II N-272 Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing Interventions III N-219.7 Intensive Experience in Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing School Health Nursing
N-280 School Health Nursing I N-281 School Health Nursing II N-282 School Health Nursing III N-219.8 Intensive Experience in School Health Nursing ELECTIVE/COGNATE COURSES. The master's student is required to complete 6 units (2-3 courses) of elective/cognate courses. Elective maybe those other than one's major field of specialization (e.g., a Community Health Nursing student can take a Maternal and Child Nursing Course as an elective). Or, it may be specifically any of the following:
N-210 Seminar in Nursing N-211 Community Mental Health N-220 Behavioral Perspectives in Health N-221 Nursing in Chronic Diseases and Conditions N-222 Organization and Administration of Schools of Nursing N-223 Ecology, Health and Illness N-224 Change Determinants in Health-Related Behavior N-225 Comparative Health Care Systems N-226 Curriculum Planning in Nursing N-227 Teaching Nursing N-228 Practicum in Clinical Teaching N-229 Organization andn Administration of Schools of Nursing COGNATES are those courses which are offered by such related disciplines as Anthropology, Education, Psychology, Public Health, Social Works or Sociology.
Dissertation (N-400) Twelve units of study done as a final phase of the program. It involves a high level of analytical and research competence. Presentation of the proposal and defense of the findings of the study are required.
N-400 may be enrolled in after the student has successfully passed the Comprehensive Examinations.