M.Sc Nursing

About Course

The Master of Science (Nursing) program at IIMT University is a postgraduate program for nursing graduates who want to specialize in a specific area of nursing. The program offers five specializations: Paediatric Nursing, Medical-Surgical Nursing, Obstetrics and Gynecological Nursing, Community Health Nursing, and Psychiatric Nursing. The program provides advanced education and training in nursing and healthcare, with a focus on research, education, and advanced nursing practice.


Eligibility Criteria & Duration


Fee Structure

Academic Year Tution Fee Book Bank NPTEL Examination Fee Total
MASTERS OF SCIENCE (NURSING) 2 years 115000 6000 Annual Pattern 137500


Some of the key highlights of the Master of Science (Nursing) program at IIMT University include:

  • Specializations in five different areas of nursing, allowing students to develop expertise in a specific area of their choice.
  • A focus on advanced education and training in nursing and healthcare, including research, education, and advanced nursing practice.
  • Experienced and qualified faculty members who provide mentorship and guidance to students throughout the program.
  • Practical training opportunities in a variety of healthcare settings, including hospitals, clinics, and community health centers.
  • Emphasis on developing critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills, which are essential for success in the nursing profession.
  • Access to the latest tools and technologies used in the nursing profession, including simulation labs and advanced medical equipment.
  • Opportunities for professional development and networking, including participation in nursing conferences and workshops.

Career Prospects

The Master of Science (Nursing) program at IIMT University prepares graduates for a wide range of career opportunities in nursing and healthcare. Graduates can work as:

  • Advanced practice nurses in their area of specialization, providing direct patient care and managing complex health problems.
  • Nurse educators, teaching nursing students and new nurses in academic and clinical settings.
  • Nurse researchers, conducting research on nursing and healthcare topics to advance the field of nursing and improve patient outcomes.
  • Healthcare administrators, managing healthcare facilities and programs to improve access to quality healthcare services.
  • Policy makers and advocates, working to improve healthcare policies and regulations to promote better health outcomes for the population.
  • Consultants, providing expert advice and guidance on nursing and healthcare issues to healthcare organizations, government agencies, and other stakeholders.
  • Graduates may also choose to pursue further education and training, including doctoral degrees in nursing or related fields.