Master of Nursing Science (MNSc)

Do you have a degree in Health Science or Science and are thinking about your career options?

Programme detail

A Master of Nursing Science at the University of Auckland will fast-track your postgraduate journey and equip you to become a registered nurse in New Zealand.

The programme has been designed to meet New Zealand's health workforce need for more nurses, without compromising the quality of training.

For the first time at the University of Auckland, you can enter Nursing at masters level without a BNurs qualification.

If you have a bachelors degree in Health Science (BHSc) or Science (BSc), with courses in Physiology and Psychology, then consider all the possibilities a career in nursing can offer.

The MNSc is designed for students with a relevant undergraduate degree (BHSc or BSc) with a GPA of 5.0 or higher in 75 points above Stage II.

Quick facts

Programme MNSc
Duration 2 years full time
Points 240 points
Location Grafton Campus

Information and advice

Applications are open for 2020. The closing date is 8 December.

For more information, including how to apply, contact:

Michelle Honey
MNSc Programme Director
Email: m.honey@auckland.ac.nz
Phone:+64 9 373 7599 ext 87308

For all other enquiries about applications and admissions, please contact the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences Student Centre.