Advance your skills in nursing and respond to the growing challenges of a diverse ageing population with our postgraduate clinical nursing courses.

You'll develop clinical decision-making and leadership skills through the Graduate Certificate and Master of Clinical Nursing.  The graduate certificate offers a two-unit gerontology major, which will build your skills and knowledge in supporting older people with cognitive and sensory changes and contemporary approaches to gerontology care. The master's offers a greater depth of study with a six-unit major that will advance your skills further in areas such as polypharmacy and safety issues and advanced practice gerontology nursing.

Offering the flexibility to study online and part-time, these courses are ideal if you are a registered nurse seeking a nursing-specific postgraduate qualification to advance your skills and knowledge in gerontology nursing.


There are 2 courses in total.
  • 1 years full-time, 1 years part-time
  • Level 8: Graduate Certificate
  • Online
  • Domestic and International
  • 3 years part-time
  • Level 9: Masters Degree (Coursework)
  • Online
  • Domestic