BPP University Nursing

By | 27th April 2017

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BPP University Nursing

This programme is intended for Registered Nurses who have already completed a three year programme of study at diploma-level in England or Wales. Our BSc (Hons) Nursing (Diploma to Degree) programme combines theory and practice in a practical programme that will enhance your professional skills and actively develop your approach to patient care. This programme has been designed to fit in with your demanding work schedule. You will benefit from a blended learning approach that includes seminars, tutorials, tutor directed and self-directed study.

In this course you will also be supported by expert tuition delivered locally or at your place of work. The BSc (Hons) Nursing (Diploma to Degree) programme uses a range of assessment methods designed to test specific skills and learning outcomes achieved during each module of study. These include: Written assignments; Presentations; Research critique and Dissertation.

The BSc (Hons) Nursing (Diploma to Degree) is awarded by BPP University.

Programme details
LocationLondon Waterloo Start DateSeptember, January and May
Length of programmeOne-year, full-time
Two-,years, part-time
Modes of studyOnline (with the option to attend classes at our Waterloo study centre)
AssessmentWritten assignments, presentations, research critique and dissertation
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Key Information

  • We offer a flexible approach to learning with online study and support
  • The design of the modules uses feedback from practice colleagues and Senior Managers
  • You will enhance your professional practice and standards of patient care
  • Funding available through Scholarships, interest-free payment plans and Future Finance student loans^
  • You can study locally or at your place of work if agreed with your employer
  • We offer competitive fees
  • You will partake in seminars delivered through a fully interactive online classroom

A BSc (Hons) Diploma – Degree programme for Nursing Professionals

Our BSc (Hons) Nursing (Diploma to Degree) programme combines theory and practice in a practical programme that will enhance your professional skills and actively develop your approach to patient care.

You will complete two core modules and choose 45 credits from a range of 15-credit modules, which have been designed in collaboration with nursing practitioners and senior managers.

Flexible study options

This programme has been designed to fit in with your demanding work schedule. You’ll benefit from a blended learning approach that includes seminars, tutorials, tutor-directed and self-directed study.

You’ll also be supported by expert tuition delivered locally or at your place of work.

Assessment

The BSc (Hons) Nursing (Diploma to Degree) programme uses a range of assessment methods designed to test specific skills and learning outcomes achieved during each module of study. These include:

  • Written assignments
  • Presentations
  • Research critique
  • Dissertation

Modules

Core

  • Research Appreciation and Methodology*
  • Advancing Professional Practice*

Electives (for UK/EU students)

  • Facilitating Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Practice
  • Applied Pharmacology and Therapeutics in Contemporary Practice (Adult Field of Practice)
  • Applied Pharmacology and Therapeutics in Contemporary Practice  (Mental Health Field of Practice)
  • Applied Pharmacology and Therapeutics in Contemporary Practice (Child Health Field of Practice)
  • Promoting Public Health*
  • Problem Based Learning/Negotiated Learning
  • Psychological Approaches in Mental Health Practice
  • Contemporary Professional Nursing Practice*

Please note: Modules run subject to demand

*International students will study all four as core modules

Entry requirements

You must:

  • Be 18 years or over at the start of the programme
  • Hold a Diploma in Nursing with current registration; and
  • Be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)

English language requirements:

If English is not your first language, you are required to achieve IELTS 6.5 or equivalent. International nurses wishing to apply to the NMC must achieve an IELTS 7.0 across all elements.

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