Nursing Science/Nursing Management
The Bachelor course focuses on the growing importance of quality competition and market economic control mechanisms in nursing and is particularly attractive because of the international equivalence of its contents and the international compatibility of the final qualification.
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), six semesters.
The Nursing Science/Nursing Management course qualifies students for middle and upper management roles and executive tasks in all types of healthcare facilities. Across a range of different nursing sectors, there are jobs available in controlling, quality management and adult education. Graduates from this course also carry out tasks such as advising nursing staff and affected persons, coaching management staff or providing independent expert opinions.
During the Bachelor course, material from nursing sciences, nursing management and social and health sciences are taught for this purpose. Throughout the Bachelor and Master course, students can specialise and deepen their knowledge by selecting core competencies and compulsory elective modules.