Master of Science (M.Sc.) Community Health Nursing
in Indian Institute of Nursing, Bangalore
Course detail and Structure
Masters of Science in Community-Health Nursing is a 2-year post-graduate program offered by the Indian Institute of Nursing. The program’s minimum eligibility requirement is 1-year work experience as a nurse. The course is a practice-oriented program recognized by the Nursing and Midwifery Council. This program offers to train students on Evidence-based health and social care, Contemporary nursing practice, Medical-Surgical Nursing, Child Health (Pediatric) Nursing, and Community Health Nursing.
Masters of Science in Community-Health Nursing
The candidate must have passed B.Sc. Nursing or post basic B.Sc. Nursing or Post Certificate B.Sc. Nursing in College recognized by INC and Government of India affiliated to any university established by Law in India and must have obtained a minimum of not less than 55% aggregate marks. Minimum of one year of experience after obtaining B.Sc. nursing. Registered in any state nursing council as a registered nurse and registered midwife.
Placement and Career
- Community Health Outreach Specialists
- Community Health Workers
- Health Care Coordinators
- Health Care Navigators
- Health Promotion Evaluators
Job wise Analysis
Community Health Worker
The Community Health Worker’s role is to provide social support and individual counselling. Community Health Workers may be responsible for ensuring that culturally diverse populations and underserved communities receive proper medical attention.