Faculty Health Sciences (University of Applied Sciences)
Programme structure Advanced Nursing Practice (Bachelor of Science)
» Content and structure (modules)
» Intensive care
» Anaesthesiology and anaesthetic care
» Emergency medicine and emergency/crisis management
» Numerus clausus-free studies - admission requirements
» Job- and career prospects
» Further education and development
»The combination of medical content with scientific concepts and theories from the field of nursing reflects our everyday life as a professional. The soft skills we acquire and the work we carry out in interdisciplinary teams or in project- and quality management are a true-life scenarios for us. Therefore, the concept of the degree Advances Nursing Practice is well structured throughout and prepares us to our everyday working life.«
Katrin Fromm, Absolventin Advanced Nursing Practice.
Elective modules and module overview
The Bachelor degree Advanced Nursing Practice, directed towards advanced practical work skills, promotes the professional development of qualified nursing and care staff. Practical- and scientific orientation, interdisciplinarity and ethical decision-making skills lay the foundations of the degree with the elective modules intensive care, anesthesiology and anesthetic care or paramedics and crisis management.
Working in interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary teams
To ideally prepare you for your future profession in inter- and transdisciplinary teams, you will also study with students from other departments and degrees. These include the degrees Medical Controlling and Management and Rescue Management. Through these joint modules you get an insight into the work and tasks of the other job professions which will support you in developing interdisciplinary perspectives and team development skills.
After successful completion of the degree, the University awards students with the internationally recognized academic degree »Bachelor of Science«.