维特利亚国立理工学院/Whitireia New Zealand
Bachelor of Nursing Māori
- 课程级别：学士学位/Bachelor's Degree（7级）
- 学费：Please contact the provider
- 授课校区：Whitireia New Zealand
Designed specifically for 毛利 students, this programme focuses on the health needs of 毛利 and non-毛利 within the New Zealand context
The Bachelor of Nursing 毛利 is a three year, Level 7 programme. It is a combination of theory (delivered in classroom-based sessions at the Porirua campus) and supported clinical experience (practical/hands-on work, undertaken in a variety of community and hospital settings).
The Bachelor of Nursing 毛利 uses a distinct 毛利 pedagogy that encapsulates and validates whānau, hāpu and iwi ways of knowing, with a delivery and style that is just as important as the content. The programme draws on both 毛利 and tauiwi body of knowledge that enhances ākonga learning and contributes to the graduate being competent and safe to practice in their communities and communities around the world.
This programme spans two faculties, Te Wānanga 毛利 and the School of Health so that both nursing and cultural skill sets, expertise and knowledge are supported. Although this programme is based on 毛利 philosophical concepts, a high degree of proficiency in Te Reo 毛利 is not required by those wishing to enrol.
There are five tenets (principles) that provide the philosophical foundation (kaupapa) for the curriculum framework Te Pae Mahutonga. These tenets are Kaitiakitanga, Manaakitanga, Pūkengatanga, Rangātiratanga and Whānaungātanga.
The values of Whitireia are the starting point for articulating the meaning of each tenet. The collective 毛利 ways of knowing also apply, and whilst they are not made explicit, it is an integral part of the approach taken to manage the practices and behaviours of all involved, both internally and externally to the programme, for example working closely with whānau where extra support is required.
Ngā pou o te whare - Year One (Level 5): In the first year of the degree students connect with their own whakapapa and gain insight into their own identity and belonging within own whānau, hapū, iwi, community o Aotearoa. The focus of student learning throughout year one is around the development and application of nursing skills and knowledge in primary health care settings, with particular reference to infants, children and their families, older adults and people with a disability.
Ngā heke o te whare – Year Two (Level 6): During the second year, students develop enhanced nursing practice capability, particularly in relation to providing nursing care for infants, children and their families in community settings. They enhance their knowledge of mental health, mental illness and the health issues for people with a disability and expand their nursing assessment and intervention skills. By the end of the second year, students are able to demonstrate that they can safely nurse in predictable and non-complex situations with minimal supervision.
Te Tāhūhū o te whare – Year Three (Level 7): In the final year, Tapuhi demonstrate that they are successfully transitioning from their student role into the role of Tapuhi/beginning practitioner and are able to confidently move between 毛利 communities and the world of mainstream health care services in ways that adds value to both. In the second semester, students have an extended period of clinical practice to prepare for Nursing Council State Final Examinations and registered nurse practice.
NCEA Level 3 awarded, with at least three approved subjects of 14 credits each at Level 3
Literacy: 10 credits at Level 2 or above, made up of 5 credits in reading and 5 credits in writing (from NZQA specified list)
Numeracy: 10 credits at Level 1 or above, made up of specified achievement standards or unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627 (all three required)
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Award of the full IB Diploma (24 points or higher), including English A1 at either Higher or Standard Level and any mathematics subject.
Cambridge International Examination (CIE)
A minimum of 120 points on the UCAS Tariff at A or AS level; including grade D or better in at least three subjects (from the NCEA approved list); minimum grade E in AS English and minimum grade D in IGCSE mathematics or any mathematics passed at AS level
Evidence of successful completion of high school studies overseas or relevant recent tertiary study at Level 4 and/or relevant work experience (paid or unpaid); application considered on a case-by-case basis with entry granted at the discretion of the head of school
A minimum of 72 credits at Level 2 including a minimum of 14 credits in each of four subjects and a minimum of 30 credits with merit or excellence, including degree entry standards for numeracy and literacy; application considered on a case-by-case basis with entry granted at the discretion of the Head of School.
English Language Competence
Proven equivalence of entry requirements plus IELTS 6.5 in each band
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