The Master in Intensive Care Nursing is currently witnessing a widespread interest on the knowledge and technical levels, and that requires the faculty members and staff to be prepared to keep following-up the development that is expected to continue for decades.
This program provides an opportunity to Nursing BA students who want to continue their higher education and conduct some researches and maybe to get their PhD degrees as well. Furthermore, this program targets students who aim for a work opportunity in governmental and non-governmental institutions, especially those institutions that aim to improve the nursing care for patients in intensive care departments.
The Master in Intensive Care Nursing in AAUP emerges from the philosophy of preparing efficient nurses holding university degrees, and nursing specialists with high level of efficiency in intensive care nursing who are able to compete in this era of globalization and in the free market.
The overall goal of the program is to prepare master level nurse graduate with advanced knowledge and skills who can function as an effective critical care nurse specialist and assume accountability for leading the health care service delivery reforms provided to individuals, families and community.
Program specific goals:
After finishing the Master program in Intensive Care Nursing and writing the thesis (research) in their field, graduates will: