|Abbreviation||FT / PT|
|DNurs||FT / PT|
The Doctor of Nursing (DNurs) programme is a professional doctorate with coursework and research components that aims to equip nurses with competencies in theoretical, methodological and analytical approaches for knowledge discovery and translation of knowledge to practice. The curriculum consists of four DNurs core courses, with 26 contact hours per course totaling 104 contact hours; three DNurs track courses, with 26 contact hours per course totaling 78 contact hours; a course on Research Ethics featuring 12 contact hours; and a thesis featuring 104 contact hours. Students are required to complete a thesis of 50,000 to 60,000 words that represents an original scientific study grounded in practice and contains material worthy of publication; students are also required to participate in thesis seminars which will serve as forums for presenting their work in progress on a regular basis and hone their research skills.
Mode of Attendance
Part Time (four years)
Full Time (three years)
Medium of Instruction
Programme Entrance Requirements
To be eligible for admission to the Programme leading to the degree of Doctor of Nursing, applicants must:
a. comply with the General Regulations;
b. hold a master's degree in nursing or equivalent disciplines from this University, or a comparable university accepted for this purpose;
c. currently hold a Registered Nurse license;
d. have English proficiency as specified by the University's admission requirements; and
e. satisfy the application evaluators with (i) a statement of overall career goals and specific research interests and (ii) an oral justification of their suitability for doctoral education.
Programme Admissions Advisor
|Dr William Li|