This Intellectual Disability Nursing course will provide you with excellent opportunities to develop knowledge and skills relevant to professional Intellectual Disability Nursing practice, including independent and critical thinking, and problem-solving. It will enable you to deliver nursing care that is up-to-date and based on the best current evidence.
The broad aim of the course is to promote your personal, intellectual and professional development to meet the role dimensions of a qualified practitioner of Intellectual Disability Nursing. Each year, you will study modules in both theory and clinical practice. Clinical practice modules require you to be in supervised clinical practice in hospital, community and other healthcare settings for 35 hours per week for a number of weeks each year.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma with a minimum GPA: 3.4/4.0 plus new SAT: Minimum 1380 or ACT: 29. A minimum score of 640 in SAT or ACT 28 in Maths component or AP 3 is required and a minimum AP score of 3 is required in a Lab Science subject. Applicants are expected to have completed 4 years of English, at least 3 years of Math, (4 years recommended) at least 2 years of History/Social Science and a language and at least 2 years of a laboratory science subject (4 years recommended).
The Student Contribution Charge for all EU students is €3,000. EU tuition may be covered by the Free Fees Initiative.
Application deadline for EU students is February 1. Closing date for late applications is May 1.
- 4 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning