Ph.D. of Nursing
College of Nursing offers a variety of Ph.D. specialty as the following:
- Ph.D. of Adult Care Nursing.
- Ph.D. of Community Health Nursing.
- Ph.D. of Pediatric Nursing.
- Ph.D. of Maternity and Neonatal Care
- Number of Seats:
The number of seats for a Ph.D. study is annually announced based on the plan of College of Nursing, and University of Raparin. All applicants should be applied to postgraduate admission office at the presidency, they should be passed the preliminary examination, those who passed in the examination and eligible based on the MHE rules for a Ph.D. study will be the candidate to study at College of Nursing.
- III. Interest Area:
- Care of Chronic Conditions
- Palliative Care
- Wound Care
- Health care system; Administration
- Specialist care
- Infant & Maternity care.
- Infection Control
- Transcultural Nursing
- Study Plan:
- Obligatory Courses;
Module Code Title of Modules PNC101 Advanced Applied Research Methodology PNC102 Advanced Applied Biostatistics PNC103 Nursing Subspecialty Subspecialties Module (Elective)
- Specialty Courses:
|Course Code||Title of modules related to the Ph.D. specialties|
|PNC104||Advanced Doctoral Seminar|
|PNC106||Symptom Evaluation and Management|
|PNC107||Care for Person with Special needs|
|PNC108||Advanced Interdisciplinary Leadership For the Healthcare|
|PNC109||Family Health Care|
|PNC110||Clinical and Nursing Teaching|
|PNC111||Theories of Prevention of Chronic Conditions|
|PNC112||Specialty Practice of Nursing|
|Women & neonatal care|
- Credit Distributions
Two accessory courses + One or Two Specialist course = 15 Credits; is delivered in one semester
- Doctoral Dissertation, or Thesis = 45 Credits
Total Credits = Courses Credit (15) + Dissertation Credit (45) = 60 Credit
- General rules and requirements for enrollment:
Enrollment for the Ph.D. program in the College of Nursing at University of Raparin is based on the rules, which is issued by the Ministry of Higher Education & Scientific Research