Doctor of Nursing (DN)

2017

These Program Rules should be read in conjunction with the University’s policies (http://www.adelaide.edu.au/policies) and the Research Student Handbook (http://www.adelaide.edu.au/graduatecentre/handbook/).

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General

  This document must be read in conjunction with:
  1. the General Academic Program Rules for Professional Doctorate Degrees (see under Adelaide Graduate Centre)
    and
  2. the Research Student Handbook, published by the Adelaide Graduate Centre.

The Research Student Handbook explains the procedures to be followed by candidates and contains guidelines on research and supervision for research degrees offered by the University.
All candidates must comply with both the General Academic Program Rules for Professional Doctorate Degrees and the Rules following below, and the procedures detailed in the Research Student Handbook.
In addition to the General Academic Program Rules for Professional Doctorate Degrees in this publication, the following Specific Program Rules apply to the Doctor of Nursing.

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Duration of Candidature

  The normal program duration for the Doctor of Nursing will be 3 years of full-time equivalent (FTE) study.

3

Work for the Degree

  A doctoral portfolio must comprise three related research projects, relevant to the candidate’s field of professional practice.

 

Published on: 
19 December, 2016 | 17:23:00