Online Nursing Courses
Why study the Nursing courses with UTS Online?

Ranked #1 in Australia for academic reputation in nursing and midwifery¹

Top 100 University Globally3

Top ranked for Excellence in Research in Australia for Nursing & Midwifery2

5 star rated for excellence across 7 categories2


1QS Top Uni Ranking 2024        2QS Stars Rating 2018-2021        3QS Rankings, 2024

Diverse Range of Nursing Courses with UTS Online

UTS Online offers five online Graduate Certificate courses that articulate into the Master of Advanced Nursing. Each course is meticulously crafted to provide a holistic education, blending theoretical knowledge with practical insights.

With UTS Online, students have the unique opportunity to choose a specialisation pathway that aligns with their career goals, ensuring a tailored learning experience that sets them up for success in the dynamic world of nursing. 

A general option with no major is also available. Book a preferred time with a Student Enrolment Advisor to discuss a suitable study pathway.

Note: The option to progress to the masters is available to Registered Nurses only. There is also a pathway option from the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Education to the Master of Education (Learning and Leadership).

Career Outcomes

Want to learn more about the online nursing courses?

Not only do we have the right tools to help you in your studies, we also have a student support team who care about your success.

Download a course guide Speak to an Enrolment Advisor

 


 

 

Career Outcomes

Career Outcomes of UTS Online Nursing Courses

Embarking on a journey with UTS Online's nursing courses paves the way for a promising career in the healthcare sector. Our courses are meticulously designed to ensure students are well-equipped to navigate the dynamic landscape of nursing. Upon completion, graduates can anticipate a range of career opportunities. Some potential job roles, along with their salaries: 

  • Nurse Educator  $107,910 
  • Mental Health Nurse $102,106
  • Acute Care Nurse $83,930
  • Critical Care Nurse $84,067
  • Nurse Manager $120,554
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist $107,082

(Talent, 2023)

Meet our Course Director

“As healthcare technology advances and our populations needs change, it's crucial that nurses keep up with the latest knowledge and skills to adapt to these new environments. Our Master of Advanced Nursing is designed to equip you with the tools to drive better patient outcomes across diverse healthcare settings. You'll learn the latest industry standards, strategies and techniques to stay at the forefront of your field and make a meaningful impact on the lives of your patients. There’s been no better time than now to take your nursing career to the next level."

Dr Carmen Axisa PhD (Medicine), MClinN, BN, RN. Senior Lecturer

Gail Forrest, Director of Postgraduate Nursing Studies for UTS

Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to have completed one year of clinical experience as a Registered Nurse (RN) to commence my studies if I have previous work experience as en Enrolled Nurse (ER)?

Generally, you will be required to have demonstrated one year of post-registration clinical experience. Pro-rata, this is the equivalent of 1800 hours. In some circumstances, the Faculty may assess evidence of work experience and demonstrated capability on a case-by-case basis.

Do I need to have completed one year of clinical experience as a Registered Nurse (RN) to commence my studies if I have previous work experience as en Enrolled Nurse (ER)?

Generally, you will be required to have demonstrated one year of post-registration clinical experience. Pro-rata, this is the equivalent of 1800 hours. In some circumstances, the Faculty may assess evidence of work experience and demonstrated capability on a case-by-case basis.

Where do I find the time to fit study into my week?

The first step is to make the commitment to study 20 hours a week for 7 weeks at a time. Click here for example study schedules, including someone who works full time and shift work.

We're here to assist, providing tools and resources to support you from day one to graduation.

I have never studied online before, what does it look like?

We prioritise student success and innovate our online learning without sacrificing quality. For many, the online environment is more user-friendly and intuitive than they expected.

See here for practical tips on managing your time efficiently, staying focused, maintaining motivation and prioritising your health, so you can achieve your career goals.

Remember, we are always just an email or phone call away to help
How is online study different to on campus study?

You can expect equal educational quality online as on campus. UTS Online courses are specifically designed for working professionals, offering quality education no matter your location or work schedule.

 

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