Nursing courses

Bachelor of Nursing RMIT University

4.0 out of 5 from 6 reviews
Bachelor Degree
Melbourne
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Graduate with the theoretical and clinical skills to start your career as a registered nurse.

This program consists of theoretical and practical content which will develop your skills and enable you to practise as a registered nurse in Australia.

Major areas of study include foundational nursing care, acute care nursing, and mental health nursing.

Theoretical content is supported with nursing practice laboratories, clinical simulation and clinical practice.

Other areas of study include anatomy and physiology and complex care nursing in both acute care and mental health settings with an emphasis on research-based practice.

RMIT’s nursing program prepares you for diverse and complex healthcare environments through academic excellence, innovative research and clinical practice.

This degree features:
clinical practice in each year, in a range of clinical settings across metropolitan and rural areas
clinical laboratories, giving you extended access to the labs to practise your nursing skills
mental health nursing courses
a core indigenous health course
professional development support to prepare you for graduate employment

Majors

Anatomy and physiology, community care nursing, foundational nursing care, continuing care nursing, high dependency nursing, medical surgical nursing, mental...

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Careers

Nurse

Additional Information

This degree combines theory, nursing laboratory skills, clinical simulation and clinical practice to ensure you are job-ready at graduation.

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Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Nursing RMIT University based on 6 reviews
Rating
4.0
Job prospects
4.33
Teachers
3.67
Course work
4.33
Time worthy
4.5
Money Worthy
4.5



Student Reviews

June 2018
Year completed 2016

Positives: It was an extremely challenging degree, in both the classroom and placement. It's very hands on (as you would expect) with real life examples being heavily incorporated into the curriculum. It's not an easy degree by any stretch of the imagination and you need to give it your all, otherwise the course content will ...

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February 2018
Year completed 2018

Nursing is a great career and a great way to make new friends . The school maybe unorganised sometimes but the course has great subjects that help and prepare you for a career in nursing. It’s not as easy as it may sound because nursing is very broad. So the course prepares you by starting in the beginning and showing you pat...

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February 2018
Year completed 2018

Positive - The Uni is a good environment to study at.
Negative - I don't think there's enough support for students. I find the Uni needs to improve this level of support in order to make the outcomes of the course better.

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February 2018
Year completed 2018

I really like this course they really prepare us to be ready for placement and for our graduate year. I don't really have negatives about this course

My advice to future students is: Second year will be the hardest year. Don't leave things to the last minute.

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February 2018
Year completed 2018

A positive is that a lot of information is always provided to us regarding assessments and uni course work and we are always provided with any assistance we need to help us do well in our course.

A negative would be that sometimes things are prepared or told to students at short notice without any previous information bei...

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February 2018
Year completed 2018

I find RMIT in general to be quite disorganised in the past. Some negatives would include the uni not having any connections with hospitals for clinical placements therefore us students have to do placements during our summer holidays like now (I’m currently doing a month of placement). Some classes in the past have been qui...

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