Bachelor of Nursing

Enrolment requirements:
Enrolled Nurses who have successfully completed the national curriculum Diploma of Nursing (Pre-enrolment), will be eligible for #16 units of credit throughout the program. Students will have the option of undertaking an accelerated program for their final semester to complete their studies earlier.
 
Year 1, Semester 1
NURS1001 #2 Embryology, Neonate and Child
NURS1002 #2 Adolescent Health
Credit given for
NURS1003 #2 Adults and Older People
NURS1004 #2 Clinical Practice 1
 
Year 1, Semester 2
NURS1005 #2 Cardiovascular Health
NURS1006 #2 Respiratory Health
NURS1007 #2 Musculoskeletal Health
Credit given for
NURS1008 #2 Clinical Practice 2
 
Year 2, Semester 1
NURS2001 #2 Nutritional and Metabolic Health
NURS2002 #2 Immunological Health
NURS2005 #2 Mental Health
NURS2004 #2 Clinical Practice 3
 
Year 2, Semester 2
NURS2003 #2 Neuro-Endocrine Health
NURS2006 #2 Injury Prevention
NURS2008 #2 Clinical Practice 4
Credit given for
NURS2007 #2 Healthy Aging
 
Year 3, Semester 1
Credit given for
NURS3001 #6 Clinical Practice 4
NURS3013 #2 Extending Nursing Practice
Flexible options for completing the final semester
Year 2, Summer Semester or Year 3, Semester 1
NURS3002 #8 Clinical Practice 6
Students who have completed a Problem Based Learning Diploma may be offered 16 units of credit. Students will be interviewed to determine their suitability for this pathway.

 

Bachelor of Nursing / Bachelor of Midwifery (BN/BMid)

Enrolment requirements:
Enrolled nurses who have successfully completed the National curriculum Diploma of Nursing (Pre-enrolment) will be eligible for six (#6) units of credit in the program. Further credit may be able to be given for EENs with significant recent experience In midwifery settings, on a case by case basis. Students will have the option of undertaking an accelerated program for their final semester to complete their studies in mid February.

Year 1, Semester 1
NURS1001 #2 Embryology, Neonate and Child
NURS1002 #2 Adolescent Health
Credit given for
NURS1003 #2 Adults and Older People
NURS1004 #2 Clinical Practice 1
 
Year 1, Semester 2
MIDW1005 #2 Preconception & Pregnancy Planning
MIDW1006 #2 The Midwife & Healthy Pregnancy
MIDW1007 #2 Normal Pregnancy - Preparing for Birth & Parenting
MIDW1008 #2 Clinical Midwifery Practice 2
 
Year 2, Semester 1
NURS2001 #2 Nutritional and Metabolic Health
NURS2002 #2 Immunological Health
NURS2005 #2 Mental Health
NURS2004 #2 Clinical Practice 3
 
Year 2, Semester 2
NURS2003 #2 Neuro-Endocrine Health
NURS2006 #2 Injury Prevention
NURS2008 #2 Clinical Practice 4
Credit given for
NURS2007 #2 Healthy Aging
 
Year 3, Semester 1
MIDW2001 #2 Promoting Normal Birth
MIDW2002 #2 Birth & Immediate Postnatal Care
MIDW2005 #2 Mental Health in Pregnancy Birth and Beyond
MIDW2004 #2 Clinical Midwifery Practice 3
 
Year 3, Semester 2
MIDW2003 #2 The Midwife & High Risk Pregnancy
MIDW2006 #2 The Midwife & Acute Tauma Management
MIDW2007 #2 Caring for the Vulnerable Newborn
MIDW2008 #2 Clinical Midwifery Practice 4
Flexible options for completing the final semester

Year 3, Summer Semester
MIDW3002 #8 Clinical Midwifery Practice 6

Year 4, Semester 1
NURS3002 #8 Clinical Practice 6

OR

Year 3, Summer Semester
NURS3002 #8 Clinical Practice 6

Year 4, Semester 1
MIDW3002 #8 Clinical Midwifery Practice 6

 

Bachelor of Midwifery (BMid)

Enrolment requirements:
Enrolled nurses who have successfully completed the National Curriculum Diploma of Nursing (Pre-enrolment) will be eligible for four (#4) units of credit in the program. Further credit may be able to be given for EENs with significant recent experience in midwifery settings. Students will have the option of undertaking an accelerated program for their final semester to complete their studies in mid February.

Year 1, Semester 1
NURS1001 #2 Embryology, Neonate and Child
NURS1002 #2 Adolescent Health
Credit given for
NURS1003 #2 Adults and Older People
NURS1004 #2 Clinical Practice 1
 
Year 1, Semester 2
MIDW1005 #2 Preconception & Pregnancy Planning
MIDW1006 #2 The Midwife & Healthy Pregnancy
MIDW1007 #2 Normal Pregnancy - Preparing for Birth & Parenting
MIDW1008 #2 Clinical Midwifery Practice 2
 
Year 2, Semester 1
MIDW2001 #2 Promoting Normal Birth
MIDW2002 #2 Birth & Immediate Postnatal Care
MIDW2005 #2 Mental Health in Pregnancy Birth and Beyond
MIDW2004 #2 Clinical Midwifery Practice 3
 
Year 2, Semester 2
MIDW2003 #2 The Midwife & High Risk Pregnancy
MIDW2006 #2 The Midwife & Acute Tauma Management
MIDW2007 #2 Caring for the Vulnerable Newborn
MIDW2008 #2 Clinical Midwifery Practice 4
Flexible options for completing the final semester

Year 2, Summer Semester
MIDW3001 #6 Clinical Midwifery Practice 5
MIDW3003 #2 Extending Midwifery Care

Year 3, Semester 1
MIDW3002 #8 Clinical Midwifery Practice 6

OR

Year 2, Summer Semester
MIDW3002 #8 Clinical Midwifery Practice 6

Year 3, Semester 1
MIDW3001 #6 Clinical Midwifery Practice 5
MIDW3003 #2 Extending Midwifery Care