Nursing with Leadership Dual Registration Mental Health and Adult MSci
Full-time, 4 years | UCAS code: B747
Nurses change lives, but they don’t work alone. Effective and efficient leadership is crucial to the smooth running of healthcare. On this four-year degree, alongside gaining core nursing skills and experience, you’ll discover what it takes to be a clinical and professional leader within the profession.
Nursing with Leadership Dual Registration Mental Health and Child MSci
Full-time, 4 years | UCAS code: B791
Effective and efficient leadership is crucial to the smooth running of children’s healthcare. On this four-year degree, alongside gaining core paediatric nursing skills and experience, you’ll discover what it takes to be a clinical and professional leader within the profession.
Your four-year programme you will also study leadership modules. These modules will be delivered in conjunction with the University of Leicester's Business School and you will learn principles and skills related to:
- Self-and team management
- Advanced interpersonal and communication skills
- Entrepreneurial, innovation and creativity skills
An added benefit of studying at the University of Leicester is that it is a research-intensive university that has a global reputation for its health and medical research. This will ensure you are taught by academics and clinicians who are experts in their field. There will also be plenty of opportunity throughout your course to learn inter-professionally, whereby you will learn alongside students enrolled on other health care courses such as midwifery, physiotherapy ODP and medicine, therefore getting used to collaborative inter-professional working which is so important when working in healthcare.
When you graduate, you will be eligible to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council as a nurse. You will also graduate with a clear career plan, which you will have had help to develop during your undergraduate degree. This career plan will be bespoke to your unique skill set and career aspirations.
After you have successfully completed the course and demonstrated through learning (in practice and at the University) that you display the NHS values and behaviours, we anticipate that you will commence employment within the NHS at Band 5. It is also anticipated that, with support from your preceptors in practice, you will utilise your leadership education and skills to fast-track into key NHS leadership roles.
At the point of registration you will have the ability to practise autonomously, and be able to progress to specialist nursing roles using your dual qualification to progress your nursing career in either clinical practice, academia, healthcare management or research.