School of Nursing - Nursing

MUST University offers Nursing degree, diploma and certificate programs with specialization in Nursing to professionals looking for a flexible, widely recognized and self-paced education. MUST’s Nursing programs will provide you the necessary skills which will help you grow and excel in your field.

All the programs offered by the School of Nursing, with specialization in Nursing, surpass those of other world-class universities in terms of ease & flexibility, affordability, and quality of education. MUST’s Nursing programs, accredited by International Accreditation Organization (IAO), are taught by expert faculty comprising professionals and leading industry experts. These learned individuals have designed a comprehensive 21st century curriculum that focuses on the challenges professionals like you are currently faced with.

Below are the fee structure and the time required to complete Nursing programs at MUST:
  • Degree program fees: $4,500 - $14,400 Time: less than 1 year
  • Diploma program fees: $2,700 - $4,500 Time: less than 5 months
  • Certificate program fees: $499 - $1,800 Time: less than 3 months

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MUST University offers high-quality online education at the degree, certificate and diploma levels, allowing you to specialize in the area of Nursing. Read more

 

The faculty comprises professional practitioners who dedicate themselves to providing an in-depth learning of medical practices and theories. In addition, they help develop and enhance leadership and communication skills in current and prospective nurses to serve patients in a better way.

The field of nursing offers two well-known positions: registered nurses and licensed vocational nurses. Registered nurses work in hospitals, physicians' offices, home healthcare services, and nursing care facilities. They also work in correctional facilities, schools, summer camps, and with the military. To become a registered nurse, one must obtain a bachelor's degree, an associate's degree or a diploma in nursing. Registered nurses must also become licensed by passing a national licensing examination. Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses work under the direction of registered nurses and provide basic nursing care. They work in nursing homes and extended care facilities, hospitals, physicians' offices, and private homes. Employment opportunities in this field are expected to rise by 22 % to 26 % primarily because of technological advancements; an increased emphasis on preventative care; and the large, aging baby-boomer population who will demand more healthcare services. Nurses earn an average annual salary ranging from $40,380 to $64,690.


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“The Faculty from School of Nursing is recognized worldwide for its excellence in research and has provided me with a highly stimulating environment in which to conduct my research. In addition to my interests, I chose to pursue my PhD in Nursing because it holds a lucrative job market.”

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Cambodia
Class of 2010

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