There are two core modules
- Foundations of Community Practice (30 credits): commences Wednesday 18th Feb 2015 and every Wednesday for 10 weeks
- Research and Development in Community Nursing Practice (20 credits): commences Wednesday 21st January 2015 and every Wednesday for 10 weeks.
These core modules comprise 50 academic credits towards the 120 credits at level six required for the award.
The remaining 70 academic credits can be gained from a number of optional modules including:
Students may be able select other modules from the College catalogue following discussion with their employer and the programme director.*
How much study time is involved?
As a guide a 10 credit module requires a notional 100 hours of study comprised of 21 hours attendance at study days in the College, 21 hours of learning in practice and the remainder as self directed study, over a period of 15 weeks.
A range of assessment methods are used including reflective essays, narrative essays, case studies, case based discussion, OSCE, presentations, clinical portfolio, multiple choice questions and unseen examination.
Core modules for this General Practice Nursing course are taught on the Singleton campus. Optional modules may be taught on the Singleton Campus or our St David’s Park Campus in Carmarthen.
*Please be aware that some modules, courses and programmes offered by the College of Human and Health Sciences will only run if selected by sufficient numbers of students.