School Of Nursing :: The University of Jordan ::

Program Specifications

Masters in Nursing / Program Overview

Background to the program and subject area:

The clinical Nursing Master’s program is a two years full time program that prepare the graduates to assume the advanced Nurse Specialist Roles in five specializations: critical care, palliative care, maternal and newborn health, health care leadership and quality improvement​ and psychiatric mental health nursing. It is composed of Theory and Advanced Practice at the different clinical settings depends on the specialization.

Vision:  The School of Nursing Master’s program at The University of Jordan will be increasingly recognized for its excellent and highly competitive advanced clinical nursing program locally, nationally and globally, offering educational opportunities in research, advanced nursing practices and community services and empowering nursing professionals as leaders in the dynamic health care delivery system.

Mission:  The mission of the School of Nursing is to promote an innovative, caring, and collaborative learning environment that prepares graduates to demonstrate integrity and assimilate advanced knowledge and clinical experiences to assume advanced roles as clinicians, educators, researchers, and administrators.

Program Aims:  The aims of this program is to prepare qualified nurses to contribute to the present and future development of health care services and the nursing profession.