Master of Nursing Science Program in Pediatric Nursing



Update: December 6th, 2022

Curriculum accreditation :

1. The curriculum is approved by Burapha University Council since October 16th, 2021

2. The curriculum is approved by Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council since February 14th, 2022

Name of Curriculum :

Master of Nursing Science Program in Pediatric Nursing

Name of Degree :

Full degree: Master of Nursing Science (Pediatric Nursing)

Degree in abbreviation: M.N.S. (Pediatric Nursing)

Objectives :

1. The individual has moral virtues and ethical decision-making skills, demonstrating ethical conduct in the nursing profession. They exhibit a positive attitude toward the profession, possess a civic-minded spirit, and maintain good health behavior. This is to serve as an exemplary model and ensure proficiency in job performance.

2. Proficient in synthesizing pediatric nursing science and relevant disciplines, utilizing evidence-based approaches for holistic pediatric nursing care, spanning from states of normal health to acute, chronic, and crisis situations, with a central focus on the family. Prioritizes human dignity, multiculturalism, and follows the principles of sustainable economics within legal and ethical professional standards.

3. Demonstrates proficiency in analytical, synthetic, interpretative, and creative thinking.

4. Proficient in applying modern information technology and digital health in research and innovation, and effectively integrating research outcomes to improve the quality of pediatric nursing and pediatric healthcare services.

5. Demonstrates the ability to cultivate impactful interpersonal relationships, communicate effectively in healthcare contexts, display leadership qualities in management, and embraces an entrepreneurial approach to child healthcare.

6. Demonstrates a commitment to ongoing self-improvement, takes responsibility for professional and societal obligations, and pursues continuous lifelong learning.

Curriculum Structure and Credits :

Credit requirements

Plan A Type A 2

not less than 36 credits

Curriculum Structure :

Requirement courses

21 credits

Core courses

9 หน่วยกิต

Specialty courses

12 credits

Elective courses not less than

3 credits

Thesis

12 credits

Requirement courses

21 credits

          1) Core courses

9 credits

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

          2) Specialty courses

12 credits

10850165

Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for Advanced Pediatric Nursing

2 (2-0-4)

10850265

Advanced Pediatric Nursing I

2 (2-0-4)

10850365

Advanced Pediatric Nursing Practicum I

3 (0-9-3)

10850465

Advanced Pediatric Nursing II

2 (2-0-4)

10860565

Advanced Pediatric Nursing Practicum II

3 (0-9-3)

Elective courses

not less than 3 หน่วยกิต

10860665

Research Seminar for Advanced Pediatric Nursing

3 (3-0-6)

10860765

Advanced Nursing Care for Pediatric Patients and their Families

3 (2-3-4)

10760165

Nursing Management

3 (2-3-4)

10760265

Teaching in Nursing

3 (2-3-4)

10760365

Advanced Practice Nursing Role Development

3 (2-3-4)

        Moreover, students have the flexibility to choose additional courses at the graduate level offered either within the university or at recognized external institutions, subject to approval from the curriculum committee.

Thesis

12 credits

10869965

Thesis

12 (0-0-36)

Study day and time

Full-time : Classes are scheduled on regular business days and hours (some days).
Part-time : Classes are scheduled on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and on regular business days (some days for practical courses).

Qualifications for Admission :

Hold a bachelor's degree or its equivalent.

Hold a graduate diploma.

Additional Qualification Criteria are as follows:

1. Possess complete qualifications as stipulated in Burapha University's regulations on postgraduate studies in the year 2023 and any subsequent amendments (if applicable).

2. Successfully completed a bachelor's degree in nursing or its equivalent and holds a professional license in nursing or midwifery at Level 1.

3. Have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) at the undergraduate level of not less than 2.50 .

4. Have experience in nursing practice for at least 1 year after completing the undergraduate degree (counted up to the application date).

5. In cases where the qualifications do not meet the aforementioned criteria, it is subject to the discretion of the curriculum committee.

Scholarship

1. Scholarship for thesis research.

2. Scholarship for Advancing to a Faculty Member in the Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University

Learning Support

1. There are well-equipped classrooms and dedicated learning facilities tailored for graduate-level education, featuring ample and readily available audio-visual equipment.

2. There are suitable workspaces or study rooms for students, designed to be proportional and conducive to effective learning.

3. There are appropriate faculty offices designed to enhance productivity, proportionate and conducive to work, as well as available for providing guidance to students.

4. There are dedicated nursing laboratories aligned with the curriculum, equipped sufficiently for advanced skill training

4.1 Laboratories for Science and Health Science (Nursing Laboratory)

4.2 Advanced Simulation Laboratories with high-fidelity model mannequins. (Simulation Laboratory)

5. There is a sufficient number of up-to-date computers for everyone, especially for research purposes.

6. The university provides a library with current textbooks and literature in nursing, health science, and relevant disciplines, including electronic books. The library offers professional nursing journals in both Thai and English, as well as electronic databases for health science and nursing research papers, both nationally and internationally, ensuring modernity and accessibility all times.

7. The training facilities for nursing practicum are accessible to graduate-level students in their respective fields of study and related disciplines, and there is an adequate number of patients/clients for the practicum.


Update: January 22th, 2024

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Natchanan Chivanon

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102889
Email : natchananc@gmail.com, natchanan@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Nujjaree Chaimongkol

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102222
Email : nujjaree@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Photjanart Sarapat

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102889
Email : photjanart@buu.ac.th

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Update: December 6th, 2022

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Natchanan Chivanon

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102889
Email : natchananc@gmail.com, natchanan@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Narumon Teerarungsikul

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102861
Email : teerarungsi@hotmail.com , narumon@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Siriyupa Sananreangsak

Dr.P.H.

Tel : (+66)38-102860
Email : s_siriyupa@yahoo.com, siriyupa_s@buu.ac.th

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Prof. Dr.Chintana Wacharasin

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102892
Email : chintana@buu.ac.th,

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Nujjaree Chaimongkol

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102222
Email : nujjaree@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Photjanart Sarapat

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102889
Email : photjanart@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornpat Hengudomsub

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102807
Email : pornpat12@yahoo.com, pornpath@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Capt. Dr.Chanudda Nabkasorn

Ph.D.( Medical Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102867
Email : chanuddan@yahoo.com, chanudda@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornnapa Homsin

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102842
Email : phomsin09@gmail.com, pornnapa@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Tatirat Tachasuksri

Dr.P.H.( Public Health Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102861
Email : tatiratp@yahoo.com, tatirat@buu.ac.th

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Update: December 6th, 2022

Full-time program fee is 132,000 Baht, payable in 4 installments:

Installment 1

33,000 Baht (due upon enrollment)

Installment 2

33,000 Baht

Installment 3

33,000 Baht

Installment 4

33,000 Baht

Part-time program fee is 165,000 Baht, payable in 6 installments:

Installment 1

33,000 Baht (due upon enrollment)

Installment 2

33,000 Baht

Installment 3

16,500 Baht

Installment 4

33,000 Baht

Installment 5

33,000 Baht

Installment 6

16,500 Baht

Update: December 6th, 2022

Program learning outcomes (PLOs)

PLO 1

Moral and ethical aspects

PLO 1.1

Demonstrates behaviors that reflect ethical and academic integrity in research.

PLO 1.2

Demonstrates the ability to analyze and make decisions grounded in ethics, moral principles, professional ethics, and standards in the care of pediatric patients or service recipients.

PLO 1.3

Offers advice and guidance on legal and ethical principles relevant to the advocacy profession for the benefit of pediatric patients or service recipients./p>

PLO 2

Knowledge

PLO 2.1

Explains the principles of pediatric nursing science and related disciplines in advanced pediatric nursing practice, encompassing research methodologies and statistical analysis.

PLO 2.2

Conducts a comprehensive analysis of the science of pediatric nursing and related disciplines in advanced pediatric nursing practice, incorporating research methodologies and statistical analysis.

PLO 3

Skills

PLO 3.1

Demonstrates the ability to analytically and systematically thinking.

PLO 3.2

Demonstrates the ability to synthesize pediatric nursing science and related disciplines, the principles of sustainable development, evidence-based practice, experience, and contemporary technology in caring for pediatric patients or clients with complex or anticipated issues.

PLO 3.3

Selects suitable instruments for assessing nursing outcomes.

PLO 3.4

Demonstrates the ability to effectively manage nursing outcomes and health systems, enhance the capabilities of pediatric patients or service recipients and their families to assess and address problems efficiently.

PLO 3.5

Serves as a mentor or role model in the practice of advanced pediatric nursing.

PLO 3.6

Applies quality and safety principles in caring for pediatric patients or clients within the scope of responsibility.

PLO 3.7

Demonstrates the ability to analyze and apply local wisdom and alternative health care in practice.

PLO 3.8

Demonstrates the ability to conduct research/projects/innovations to improve the quality of pediatric nursing.

PLO 4

Interpersonal and Responsibility Skills .

PLO 4.1

Demonstrates leadership qualities, able to initiate change, collaborate with health teams, and engage stakeholders.

PLO 4.2

Demonstrates cultural sensitivity to generate positive outcomes for pediatric patients or clients.

PLO 4.3

Takes responsibility for continuous learning and personal, professional, and social development.

PLO 4.4

Demonstrates pride and contributes to the professional value, fostering a culture of excellence in the workplace.

PLO 5

Analytical, Numerical, Communication, and Information Technology Skills.

PLO 5.1

Demonstrates advanced proficiency in utilizing digital technology and information for researching and analyzing the credibility of data to enhance the quality of pediatric nursing.

PLO 5.2

Analyzes and processes data for the purpose of monitoring, surveillance, and risk management.

PLO 5.3

Demonstrates the ability to communicate effectively in both Thai and English with patients, clients, nursing teams, and interdisciplinary teams.

PLO 5.4

Demonstrates the ability to disseminate research findings and exchange new knowledge both within and outside the organization, adhering to professional standards.


Update: December 6th, 2022

Full-time

1st Year First Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Core course

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10850165

Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for Advanced Pediatric Nursing

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10850265

Advanced Pediatric Nursing I

2(2-0-4)

Total

8 credits


1st Year, Second Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Core course

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

Specialty courses

10850365

Advanced Pediatric Nursing Practicum I

3(0-9-3)

Specialty courses

10850465

Advanced Pediatric Nursing II

2(2-0-4)

Total

10 credits


2nd Year, First Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Specialty courses

10860565

Advanced Pediatric Nursing Practicum II

3(0-9-3)

Elective Courses

xxxxxxxx

Elective Courses

3(x-x-x)

Thesis

10669965

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

12 credits


2nd Year, Second Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Thesis

10669965

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

6 credits


Part-time

1st Year, First Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Core course

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10850165

Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for Advanced Pediatric Nursing

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10850265

Advanced Pediatric Nursing I

2(2-0-4)

Total

8 credits


1st Year, Second Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Core course

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

Specialty courses

10850465

Advanced Pediatric Nursing II

2(2-0-4)

Total

7 credits


1st Year, Summer Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Specialty courses

10850365

Advanced Pediatric Nursing Practicum I

3(0-9-3)

Total

3 credits


2nd Year, First Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Specialty courses

10860565

Advanced Pediatric Nursing Practicum II

3(0-9-3)

Elective Courses

xxxxxxxx

Elective Courses

3(x-x-x)

Thesis

10869965

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

12 credits


2nd Year, Second Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Thesis

10869965

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

6 credits



Update: August 17th, 2022


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Qualifications of Prospective Applicants :

A graduate olding a bachelor's degree in nursing or equivalence from an educational institution that is accredited by the Nursing Council and the Office of the Higher Education Commission.

The additional qualification criteria include :

1. Having a professional license in the field of nursing class 1 or nursing and midwifery class 1

2. Having at least 1 year of experience working as a nurse after bachelor's degree up to the date of application.

3. Having a cumulative grade point average at the bachelor's degree of not less than 2.50.

4. Having Completed qualifications according to Burapha University regulations, regarding graduate studies.

If the student does not have Thai nationality, applicants must have completed a bachelor's degree program in nursing science or equivalent and has been licensed to practice nursing by the professional council or the responsible organization in the applicant's country. In case there is no licensing system, a certificate of registration in the applicant's country is required or endorsed by the Nursing Regulatory Authority in the applicant's home country.

5. In case of that the qualifications are not as stated above, it must be at the discretion of the Program Administrative Committee.



Walking application :
Graduate School, Burapha University
7th Floor, 50 Years Prayoon Jindapradit Building
Tel (+66)38-102700 via 705, 707
Website http://grd.buu.ac.th/wordpress/

For More Information :
Graduate Education Division, Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University
Tel (+66)38-102836
Website: https://nurse.buu.ac.th
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/gradnursebuu

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Master of Nursing Science Program in Community Nurse Practitioner



Update: November 24th, 2022

Curriculum accreditation :

        1. The curriculum is approved by Burapha University Council since September 18th, 2021

        2. The curriculum is approved by Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council since February 14th, 2022

Name of Curriculum :

        Master of Nursing Science Program in Community Nurse Practitioner

Name of Degree :

        Full degree: Master of Nursing Science (Community Nurse Practitioner)

        Degree in abbreviation: M.N.S. (Community Nurse Practitioner)

Objectives of the Curriculum :

At the end of teaching and learning process in the curriculum, the graduates will have the following competencies:

1. Be able to make decisions based on morality, ethics, code of conduct, laws, as well as academic and professional standards in community nursing practice, conducting research, and developing community health innovations.

2. Have a deep knowledge in nursing sciences and sciences related to the practice of community nursing practitioner that are up to date with changes.

3. Have ability to think analytically, synthetically, and creative-systematically for conducting research and developing community health innovations.

4. Be able to integrate nursing sciences, the related science, empirical evidence, and experience in developing potential, and providing holistic health care at all levels including the individual, family, group, and community levels in all dynamics of health with equality, by considering multiculturalism.

5.Have leadership and entrepreneurial thinking, be able to work as a team, coordinate for building collaboration and management of health care that makes a difference in a constructive way, and have a sense of responsibility for themselves, society, and the nursing profession Including continuous pursuit of knowledge throughout life.

6. Be able to have effective communication skills.

7. Be able to manage information, choose and apply modern and appropriate digital health technology.


Program Plan Offered

Total number of credits

Plan A Type A 2

not less than 38 credits

Program Structure

Requirement courses

23 credits

Core courses

9 credits

Specialty courses

14 credits

Elective courses not less than

3 credits

Thesis

12 credits

Requirement courses

23 credits

1) Core courses

9 credits

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

2) Specialty courses

14 credits

10150165

Primary Medical Care for Community Nurse Practitioner

3(3-0-6)

10150265

Advanced Community Nursing

2(2-0-4)

10150365

Epidemiology for Community Nursing

2(2-0-4)

10150465

Chronic Disease Management for Community Nurse Practitioner

2(1-3-2)

10160565

Practicum in Primary Medical Care for Community Nurse Practitioner

3(0-9-3)

10160665

Practicum in Advanced Community Nursing

2(0-6-2)

Elective courses

not less than 3 หน่วยกิต

10150765

Community Nursing in the Aggregates

3(2-3-4)

10150865

Occupational Health Nursing

3(2-3-4)

10150965

Health Literacy

3(2-3-4)

10760165

Nursing Management

3(2-3-4)

10760265

Teaching in Nursing

3(2-3-4)

10760365

Advanced Practice Nursing Role Development

3(2-3-4)

        In addition, students have the flexibility to choose additional courses at the graduate level within the institution or from external institutions recognized by Burapha University, subject to approval from the main curriculum committee.

Thesis

12 credits

10169965

Thesis

12(0-0-36)

Study day and time

Full-time: Classes are scheduled on regular business days and hours (some days).
Part-time: Classes are scheduled on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and on regular business days (some days for practical courses).

Scholarship

1. Scholarship for thesis research.

2. Scholarship for Advancing to a Faculty Member in the Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University

Learning Support

1. 1. There are well-equipped classrooms and dedicated learning facilities tailored for graduate-level education, featuring ample and readily available audio-visual equipment.

2. There are suitable workspaces or study rooms for students, designed to be proportional and conducive to effective learning.

3. There are appropriate faculty offices designed to enhance productivity, proportionate and conducive to work, as well as available for providing guidance to students.

4. There are dedicated nursing laboratories aligned with the curriculum, equipped sufficiently for advanced skill training

   4.1 Laboratories for Science and Health Science (Nursing Laboratory)

   4.2 Advanced Simulation Laboratories with high-fidelity model mannequins. (Simulation Laboratory)

5. There is a sufficient number of up-to-date computers for everyone, especially for research purposes.

6. The university provides a library with current textbooks and literature in nursing, health science, and relevant disciplines, including electronic books. The library offers professional nursing journals in both Thai and English, as well as electronic databases for health science and nursing research papers, both nationally and internationally, ensuring modernity and accessibility all times.

7. The training facilities for nursing practicum are accessible to graduate-level students in their respective fields of study and related disciplines, and there is an adequate number of patients/clients for the practicum.


Update: January 22th, 2024

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Rungrat Srisuriyawate

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102842
Email : rungrat@go.buu.ac.th, rungrat@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornnapa Homsin

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102842
Email : phomsin09@gmail.com, pornnapa@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Wannarat Lawang

Ph.D.( Health Sciences )

Tel : (+66)38-102843
Email : lawang@go.buu.ac.th, lawang@buu.ac.th

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Update: November 22th, 2022

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Rungrat Srisuriyawate

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102842
Email : rungrat@go.buu.ac.th, rungrat@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornnapa Homsin

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102842
Email : phomsin09@gmail.com, pornnapa@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Wannarat Lawang

Ph.D.( Health Sciences )

Tel : (+66)38-102843
Email : lawang@go.buu.ac.th, lawang@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Chanandchidadussadee Toonsiri

Ph.D.( Medical and Public Health Social Sciences )

Tel : (+66)38-102844
Email : stoonsiri@yahoo.com, siriporn@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Nisakorn Krungkraipetch

Dr.P.H.( Public Health Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102840
Email : nisakorn@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Patcharin Poonthawe

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102844
Email : larnkha@gmail.com, patcharh@buu.ac.th

Profile

Update: November 24th, 2022

Full-time program fee is 134,400 Baht, payable in 4 installments:

Installment 1

33,600 Baht (due upon enrollment)

Installment 2

33,600 Baht

Installment 3

33,600 Baht

Installment 4

33,600 Baht

Part-time program fee is 168,000 Baht, payable in 6 installments:

Installment 1

33,000 Baht (due upon enrollment)

Installment 2

33,000 Baht

Installment 3

18,000 Baht

Installment 4

33,000 Baht

Installment 5

33,000 Baht

Installment 6

18,000 Baht

Update: November 24th, 2022

1st Year, First Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Core course

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10150165

Primary Medical Care for Community Nurse Practitioner

3(3-0-6)

Specialty courses

10150265

Advanced Community NursingI

2(2-0-4)

Total

9 credit


1st Year, Second Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Core course

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

Specialty courses

10150365

Epidemiology for Community Nursing

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10150465

Chronic Disease Management for Community Nurse Practitioner

2(1-3-2)

Total

9 credits


1st Year, Summer Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Elective Courses

101xxxxx

Elective Courses

3(x-x-x)

Total

3 credits


2nd Year, First Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Specialty courses

10160565

Practicum in Primary Medical Care for Community Nurse Practitioner

3(0-9-3)

Specialty courses

10160665

Practicum in Advanced Community Nursing

2(0-6-2)

Thesis

10169965

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

11 credits


2nd Year, Second Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Thesis

10169965

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

6 credits



Update: November 24th, 2022

PLO 1

Demonstrate morality, ethics and make decisions in community nursing practitioner based on code of conduct, laws, and professional standards of nursing and midwifery.

1.1 Be disciplined, honest and adhere to the rules and regulations.

1.2 Have ethics in nursing practice, health management, doing research, and community health innovation.

1.3 Give reasons and make decisions in nursing practice and health management based on morality, ethics, code of conduct, laws, and professional standards.

1.4 Give consultation and advice on ethics and laws related to the profession including protecting the rights for the benefit of service recipients.

PLO 2

Explain the connection between sciences of nursing and sciences related to practice of nursing in community practice.

2.1 Explain principles and concepts related to nursing science and science related to community practice nursing practitioner including research processes and statistics.

2.2 Linking the science of nursing and the science related to the practice of community nursing practitioner.

PLO 3

Create research or health innovations related to community nursing practitioner.

 

3.1 Systematically analyze and synthesize empirical health data and evidence.

3.2 Think creatively and design of research or health innovation related to community nursing practitioner.

PLO 4

Integration of nursing science and related sciences, empirical evidence, local knowledge, experience, information technology, and digital technology for community nursing practitioner for service recipients at individual, family, and community levels in all health dynamics, by considering multiculturalism based on the principles of quality and safety according to professional standards.

4.1 Design solutions to complex health problems or problems that are expected to occur, by integrating science of nursing and related sciences, empirical evidence, local wisdom, experience, information technology, and digital technology.

4.2 Select tools for assessing and managing nursing outcomes in community nursing practitioner and health systems.

4.3 Develop the potential of service recipients at the individual, family, group, and community levels to be able to assess and manage their own health problems holistically.

4.4 Provide the holistic health care to the service recipients at individual, family, and community levels in all health dynamics, especially those with complex health problems taking into account multiculturalism on the basis of quality and safety principles. Ready to be a mentor and role model in community nursing practitioner.

PLO 5

Show leadership, coordinate cooperation, managing health care according to the concept of an entrepreneur, be culturally sensitive, self-developing and learning, having a public mind, and as value oneself and the nursing profession.

5.1 Demonstrate leadership and work as a team in leadership and member roles with health care teams and stakeholders.

5.2 Coordinate and create cooperation between service recipients, multidisciplinary team, and related networks in community nursing practitioner.

5.3 Manage health care according to the entrepreneurial concept, by considering the laws and standards for the practice of community nursing and midwifery practitioner.

5.4 Demonstrate awareness and respect for rights, value difference, and human dignity of oneself and others in multiculturalism.

5.5 Demonstrate responsibilities for self-development and learning as well as continuously participating in activities that are beneficial to the profession and society.

5.6 Show self-esteem and profession including having a good attitude towards the profession and speaking positively about the profession.

PLO 6

Health communications with service recipients, multidisciplinary team, and related networks.

6.1 Build and maintain relationships including communicating professionally with service users, multidisciplinary team, and related networks.

6.2 Disseminate results and exchange of academic and professional knowledge in a variety of ways.

PLO 7

Manage information and use information technology, digital technology, and biostatistics for quality development in community nursing practitioner.

7.1 Manage information and use information and digital technology.

7.2 Develop health information through digital technology.

7.3 Analyze, process data, select and use biostatistical data in health care.


Update: August 15th, 2022


Update: November 24th, 2022

Qualifications of Prospective Applicants :

A graduate olding a bachelor's degree in nursing or equivalence from an educational institution that is accredited by the Nursing Council and the Office of the Higher Education Commission.

The additional qualification criteria include :

1. Having a professional license in the field of nursing class 1 or nursing and midwifery class 1

2. Having at least 1 year of experience working as a nurse after bachelor's degree up to the date of application.

3. Having a cumulative grade point average at the bachelor's degree of not less than 2.50.

4. Having Completed qualifications according to Burapha University regulations, regarding graduate studies.

If the student does not have Thai nationality, applicants must have completed a bachelor's degree program in nursing science or equivalent and has been licensed to practice nursing by the professional council or the responsible organization in the applicant's country. In case there is no licensing system, a certificate of registration in the applicant's country is required or endorsed by the Nursing Regulatory Authority in the applicant's home country.

5. In case of that the qualifications are not as stated above, it must be at the discretion of the Program Administrative Committee.



Walking application :
Graduate School, Burapha University
7th Floor, 50 Years Prayoon Jindapradit Building
Tel (+66)38-102700 via 705, 707
Website http://grd.buu.ac.th/wordpress/

For More Information :
Graduate Education Division, Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University
Tel (+66)38-102836
Website: https://nurse.buu.ac.th
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/gradnursebuu

Master of Nursing Science Program in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing



Update: December 6th, 2022

Curriculum accreditation :

1. The curriculum is approved by Burapha University Council since November 20th, 2021

2. The curriculum is approved by the Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council since June 20th, 2022

Name of Curriculum :

Master of Nursing Science Program in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing

Name of Degree :

Full degree: Master of Nursing Science (Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing)

Degree in abbreviation: M.N.S. (Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing)

Objectives of the Curriculum :

At the end of teaching and learning process in the curriculum, the graduates will have the following competencies:

1. Demonstrates ethical integrity, social responsibility, proficient ethical decision-making skills, and adherence to professional ethics in nursing. Exhibits a positive attitude towards the profession and showcases exemplary health behavior, performing competently in nursing practice.

2. Elaborate on the essential principles of psychiatric nursing and mental health, research methodologies, and statistical analysis, alongside other sciences pertinent to psychiatric and mental health nursing.

3. Implement the integration of psychiatric nursing and mental health sciences with other pertinent disciplines, research methodologies, and statistical analyses. Incorporate evidence-based practices, the philosophy of sustainable economics, cutting-edge technology, indigenous wisdom, and alternative healthcare strategies for the screening and assessment of mental health conditions among individuals facing mental health challenges, at-risk populations, and those experiencing mental health issues at the individual, group, family, and community levels.

4. Develop nursing interventions or mental health innovations that are well-suited for individuals, at-risk groups, and those experiencing mental health challenges, both at the individual and collective levels, including families and communities. Tailor these interventions to be effective at the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels, considering the social and cultural context, human values, cultural diversity, principles of sustainable economics, legal constraints, and professional standards.

5. Nursing operations aim to care for the mental health status of the population at all life stages and enhance the potential of service recipients facing mental health issues, at-risk groups, or individuals with psychological illnesses, whether on an individual, familial, or community level across primary, secondary, and tertiary care levels. These operations prioritize societal context, cultural diversity, safety, rationale, cost-effectiveness, within legal boundaries, ethics, and professional standards.

6. Engaging in critical analysis, synthesis, and creative ideation to advance research or innovations, and implementing research outcomes or innovations to improve the quality of psychiatric nursing and mental health, as well as healthcare service systems. Furthermore, actively disseminating research findings and exchanging novel knowledge within and beyond the organization to meet standardized criteria.

7. Applying information technology and digital health technologies effectively and suitably to modernize and enhance the quality of psychiatric nursing and mental health.

8. Proficient in communication, fostering relationships, teamwork, providing academic consultation, and efficiently coordinating collaboration with healthcare teams, interdisciplinary professionals, or related stakeholders.

9. Exhibits leadership qualities, possesses management skills, and demonstrates entrepreneurship relevant to psychiatric nursing and mental health.

10. Pursuing knowledge and engaging in continuous self-improvement.


Program Plan Offered

Total number of credits

Plan A Type A 2

not less than 36 credits

Program Structure

Requirement courses

21 credits

Core courses

9 credits

Specialty courses

12 credits

Elective courses not less than

3 credits

Thesis

12 credits

Requirement courses

21 credits

1) Core courses

9 credits

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

2) Specialty courses

12 credits

10650165

Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing

2(2-0-4)

10650265

Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing I

2(2-0-4)

10650365

Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing II

2(2-0-4)

10650465

Practicum for Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing I

3(0-9-3)

10660565

Practicum for Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing II

3(0-9-3)

Elective courses

not less than 3 credits

10660965

Research Seminar in Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing

3(3-0-6)

10661065

Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing for Older Adults

3(3-0-6)

10661165

Buddhism for Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing

3(3-0-6)

10661265

Applied Positive Psychology for Holistic Well-Being

3(3-0-6)

10661365

Solution-Focused Nursing Intervention for Health Behavior Modification

3(3-0-6)

10760165

Nursing Management

3(2-3-4)

10760265

Teaching in Nursing

3(2-3-4)

10760365

Advanced Practice Nursing Role Development

3(2-3-4)

        In addition, students have the flexibility to choose additional courses at the graduate level within the institution or from external institutions recognized by Burapha University, subject to approval from the main curriculum committee.

Thesis

12 credits

10669965

Thesis

12(0-0-36)

Study day and time

Full-time: Classes are scheduled on regular business days and hours (some days).
Part-time: Classes are scheduled on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and on regular business days (some days for practical courses).

Qualifications of Prospective Applicants :

A graduate olding a bachelor's degree in nursing or equivalence from an educational institution that is accredited by the Nursing Council and the Office of the Higher Education Commission.

The additional qualification criteria include :

1. Possessing the full qualifications as stipulated in the Burapha University regulations on graduate studies in 2019 and subsequent amendments (if applicable).

2. Having a professional license in the field of nursing class 1 or nursing and midwifery class 1

3. Having a cumulative grade point average at the bachelor's degree of not less than 2.50.

4. Having at least 1 year of experience working as a nurse after bachelor's degree up to the date of application. (counted from the application date)

5. In case of that the qualifications are not as stated above, it must be at the discretion of the Program Administrative Committee.

Scholarship

1. Scholarship for thesis research.

2. Scholarship for Advancing to a Faculty Member in the Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University

Learning Support

1. There are well-equipped classrooms and dedicated learning facilities tailored for graduate-level education, featuring ample and readily available audio-visual equipment.

2. There are suitable workspaces or study rooms for students, designed to be proportional and conducive to effective learning.

3. There are appropriate faculty offices designed to enhance productivity, proportionate and conducive to work, as well as available for providing guidance to students.

4. There are dedicated nursing laboratories aligned with the curriculum, equipped sufficiently for advanced skill training

4.1 Laboratories for Science and Health Science (Nursing Laboratory)

4.2 Advanced Simulation Laboratories with high-fidelity model mannequins. (Simulation Laboratory)

5. There is a sufficient number of up-to-date computers for everyone, especially for research purposes.

6. The university provides a library with current textbooks and literature in nursing, health science, and relevant disciplines, including electronic books. The library offers professional nursing journals in both Thai and English, as well as electronic databases for health science and nursing research papers, both nationally and internationally, ensuring modernity and accessibility all times.

7. The training facilities for nursing practicum are accessible to graduate-level students in their respective fields of study and related disciplines, and there is an adequate number of patients/clients for the practicum.


Update: January 22th, 2024

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pichamon Intaput

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102867
Email : mouth.mind@gmail.com, rodjana@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Duangjai Vatanasin

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102865
Email : duangjaivat@yahoo.com, duangjai@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Pornpan Srisopa

Ph.D.( Philosophy of Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102839
Email : pornpan@go.buu.ac.th, pornpan@buu.ac.th

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Update: December 6th, 2022

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Duangjai Vatanasin

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102865
Email : duangjaivat@yahoo.com, duangjai@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Capt. Dr.Chanudda Nabkasorn

Ph.D.( Medical Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102867
Email : chanuddan@yahoo.com, chanudda@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Pornpan Srisopa

Ph.D.( Philosophy of Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102839
Email : pornpan@go.buu.ac.th, pornpan@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornpat Hengudomsub

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102807
Email : pornpat12@yahoo.com, pornpath@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Jinjutha Chaisena Dallas

D.N.S

Tel : (+66)38-102867
Email : jinjuthatawan@gmail.com, jinjutha@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pichamon Intaput

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102867
Email : mouth.mind@gmail.com, rodjana@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Nujjaree Chaimongkol

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102222
Email : nujjaree@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornnapa Homsin

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102842
Email : phomsin09@gmail.com, pornnapa@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Khemaradee Masingboon

D.N.S( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102835
Email : Khemarad@hotmail.com, khemaradee@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Chanandchidadussadee Toonsiri

Ph.D.( Medical and Public Health Social Sciences )

Tel : (+66)38-102844
Email : stoonsiri@yahoo.com, siriporn@buu.ac.th

Profile

Update: December 6th, 2022

Full-time program fee is 132,000 Baht, payable in 4 installments:

Installment 1

33,000 Baht (due upon enrollment)

Installment 2

33,000 Baht

Installment 3

33,000 Baht

Installment 4

33,000 Baht

Part-time program fee is 165,000 Baht, payable in 6 installments:

Installment 1

33,000 Baht (due upon enrollment)

Installment 2

33,000 Baht

Installment 3

16,500 Baht

Installment 4

33,000 Baht

Installment 5

33,000 Baht

Installment 6

16,500 Baht


Update: December 6th, 2022

Program learning outcomes (PLOs)

PLO 1.1

manifests behaviors indicative of ethical conduct, research ethics, and academic integrity.

PLO 1.2

can analyze and make decisions based on ethics, morals, morality, and professional standards in caring for psychiatric patients or clients.

PLO 1.3

provide advice and guidance on legal and ethical principles relevant to the psychiatric nursing profession for the benefit of psychiatric patients or clients.

PLO 2.1

explain the theories of psychiatric nursing and mental health, along with relevant sciences in advanced psychiatric nursing and mental health practice, encompassing research methodologies and statistics.

PLO 2.2

conducts in-depth analysis of the science of psychiatric nursing and mental health, along with related sciences in advanced psychiatric nursing and mental health practice, including research methodologies and statistics.

PLO 3.1

can engage in systematic analytical thinking.

PLO 3.2

be able to integrate psychiatric nursing and mental health sciences, related disciplines, the philosophy of sustainable economics, empirical evidence, experiences, and contemporary technologies in caring for psychiatric patients or service recipients with complex or anticipated issues.

PLO 3.3

select suitable assessment tools for nursing outcomes.

PLO 3.4

be able to manage nursing outcomes and health systems, develop the capabilities of psychiatric patients or service recipients and their families to assess and manage problems efficiently.

PLO 3.5

acts as a mentor or exemplar in advanced psychiatric nursing and mental health practice.

PLO 3.6

applies principles of quality and safety in the care of psychiatric patients or service recipients and families under responsibility.

PLO 3.7

be capable of analyzing and applying indigenous knowledge and alternative healthcare in practice.

PLO 3.8

be able to conduct research/projects/innovations to enhance the quality of psychiatric nursing and mental health.

PLO 4.1

demonstrates leadership qualities, able to initiate change, work collaboratively with healthcare teams, and engage with relevant stakeholders.

PLO 4.2

demonstrates cultural sensitivity to ensure positive outcomes for psychiatric patients or clients.

PLO 4.3

demonstrates a commitment to continuous learning and self-development in both professional and social contexts.

PLO 4.4

demonstrates pride and creates value in the profession, fostering a culture of excellence in the workplace.

PLO 5.1

demonstrates advanced skills in utilizing digital technology and information for data retrieval and analysis, evaluating the credibility of information, to enhance the quality of psychiatric nursing and mental health.

PLO 5.2

analyzes and processes data for monitoring, surveillance, and risk management purposes.

PLO 5.3

is able to communicate in both Thai and English languages with patients/clients, nursing teams, and interdisciplinary teams.

PLO 5.4

disseminates research findings and exchanges new knowledge both within and outside the organization in a standardized manner.


Update: December 6th, 2022

1st Year, First Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Core course

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10650165

Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10650265

Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing I

2(2-0-4)

Total

8 credits


1st Year, Second Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Core course

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

Specialty courses

10650365

Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing II

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10650465

Practicum for Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing I

3(0-9-3)

Total

10 credits


2nd Year, First Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Specialty courses

10660565

Practicum for Advanced Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing II

3 (0-9-3)

Elective Courses

xxxxxxxx

Elective Courses

3(x-x-x)

Thesis

10669965

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

12 credits


2nd Year, Second Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Thesis

10669965

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

6 credits



Update: August 16th, 2022


Update: August 21th, 2023

Qualifications of Prospective Applicants :

A graduate olding a bachelor's degree in nursing or equivalence from an educational institution that is accredited by the Nursing Council and the Office of the Higher Education Commission.

The additional qualification criteria include :

1. Having a professional license in the field of nursing class 1 or nursing and midwifery class 1

2. Having at least 1 year of experience working as a nurse after bachelor's degree up to the date of application.

3. Having a cumulative grade point average at the bachelor's degree of not less than 2.50.

4. Having Completed qualifications according to Burapha University regulations, regarding graduate studies.

If the student does not have Thai nationality, applicants must have completed a bachelor's degree program in nursing science or equivalent and has been licensed to practice nursing by the professional council or the responsible organization in the applicant's country. In case there is no licensing system, a certificate of registration in the applicant's country is required or endorsed by the Nursing Regulatory Authority in the applicant's home country.

5. In case of that the qualifications are not as stated above, it must be at the discretion of the Program Administrative Committee.



Walking application :
Graduate School, Burapha University
7th Floor, 50 Years Prayoon Jindapradit Building
Tel (+66)38-102700 via 705, 707
Website http://grd.buu.ac.th/wordpress/

For More Information :
Graduate Education Division, Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University
Tel (+66)38-102836
Website: https://nurse.buu.ac.th
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/gradnursebuu

Master of Nursing Science Program in Adult and Gerontological Nursing



Update: August 7th, 2023

Curriculum accreditation :

1. The curriculum is approved by Burapha University Council since December 18th, 2021

2. The curriculum is approved by the Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council since June 20th, 2022

Name of Curriculum :

Master of Nursing Science Program in Adult and Gerontological Nursing

Name of Degree :

Full degree: Master of Nursing Science (Adult and Gerontological Nursing)

Degree in abbreviation: M.N.S. (Adult and Gerontological Nursing)

Objectives of the Curriculum :

At the end of teaching and learning process in the curriculum, the graduates will have the following competencies:

1. Demonstrate ethical principles, adept skills, and courage in making morally sound decisions in the context of adult and elderly nursing practice, research, and academic pursuits.

2. Acquire profound understanding in the field of adult and elderly nursing, along with sciences relevant to nursing practice.

3. Demonstrate the ability to synergize nursing sciences, relevant disciplines, and evidence-based practices in nursing. Effectively develop projects or innovations for the care of adult and elderly patients and their families, emphasizing cultural diversity, Eastern wisdom, professional ethics, and legal considerations within professional standards./p>

4. Possess the ability to engage in research to improve the quality of nursing care for adults and the elderly facing complex illnesses, including their families.

5. Possesses leadership qualities and the ability to collaborate with the healthcare team, promote cooperation, and manage effectively to drive innovative changes for the enhancement of nursing quality and the profession.

6. Demonstrates skills in utilizing digital technology, communication, and information management for research, quality improvement, and healthcare system applications.

7. Engages in self-development, continuously seeks knowledge throughout life, and demonstrates responsibility towards the profession and society.

Program Plan Offered

Total number of credits

Plan A Type A 2

not less than 38 credits

Program Structure

Requirement courses

21 credits

Core courses

9 credits

Specialty courses

12 credits

Elective courses not less than

3 credits

Thesis

12 credits

Requirement courses

21 credits

1) Core courses

9 credits

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

2) Specialty courses

12 credits

10350165

Pathophysiology for Adult and Gerontological Nursing

2(2-0-4)

10350265

Advanced Adult and Gerontological Nursing

2(2-0-4)

10350365

Quality Improvement for Adult and Gerontological Nursing

2(2-0-4)

10350465

Practicum in Advanced Adult and Gerontological Nursing I

3(0-9-3)

10660565

Practicum in Advanced Adult and Gerontological Nursing II

3(0-9-3)

Elective courses

not less than 3 credits

10360665

Seminar in Adult and Gerontological Nursing

3(3-0-6)

10360765

Informatics in Nursing and Healthcare system

3(3-0-6)

10360865

Clinical Management for Adult and Gerontological Nursing

3(2-3-4)

10760165

Nursing Management

3(2-3-4)

10760265

Teaching in Nursing

3(2-3-4)

10760365

Advanced Practice Nursing Role Development

3(2-3-4)

        In addition, students have the flexibility to choose additional courses at the graduate level within the institution or from external institutions recognized by Burapha University, subject to approval from the main curriculum committee.

Thesis

12 credits

10369965

Thesis

12(0-0-36)

Study day and time

Full-time: Classes are scheduled on regular business days and hours (some days).
Part-time: Classes are scheduled on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and on regular business days (some days for practical courses).

Qualifications for Admission :

A graduate olding a bachelor's degree in nursing or equivalence from an educational institution that is accredited by the Nursing Council and the Office of the Higher Education Commission.

The additional qualification criteria include :

1. Possessing the full qualifications as stipulated in the Burapha University regulations on graduate studies in 2019 and subsequent amendments (if applicable).

2. Having a professional license in the field of nursing class 1 or nursing and midwifery class 1

3. Having a cumulative grade point average at the bachelor's degree of not less than 2.50.

4. Having at least 1 year of experience working as a nurse after bachelor's degree up to the date of application. (counted from the application date)

5. For international students, proficiency in Thai language communication is required

6. In case of that the qualifications are not as stated above, it must be at the discretion of the Program Administrative Committee.

Scholarship

1. Scholarship for thesis research.

2. Scholarship for Advancing to a Faculty Member in the Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University

Learning Support

1. There are well-equipped classrooms and dedicated learning facilities tailored for graduate-level education, featuring ample and readily available audio-visual equipment.

2. There are suitable workspaces or study rooms for students, designed to be proportional and conducive to effective learning.

3. There are appropriate faculty offices designed to enhance productivity, proportionate and conducive to work, as well as available for providing guidance to students.

4. There are dedicated nursing laboratories aligned with the curriculum, equipped sufficiently for advanced skill training

4.1 Laboratories for Science and Health Science (Nursing Laboratory).

4.2 Advanced Simulation Laboratories with high-fidelity model mannequins. (Simulation Laboratory).

5. There is a sufficient number of up-to-date computers for everyone, especially for research purposes.

6. The university provides a library with current textbooks and literature in nursing, health science, and relevant disciplines, including electronic books. The library offers professional nursing journals in both Thai and English, as well as electronic databases for health science and nursing research papers, both nationally and internationally, ensuring modernity and accessibility all times.

7. The training facilities for nursing practicum are accessible to graduate-level students in their respective fields of study and related disciplines, and there is an adequate number of patients/clients for the practicum.


Update: January 22th, 2024

Asst. Prof. Dr.Chutima Chantamit-O-Pas

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102835
Email : chutimachantamit@hotmail.com, kpchutima@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Saifone Moungkum

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102832
Email : saifone@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Wipa Wiseso

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102832
Email : wi_wiseso@hotmail.co.th, wiseso@buu.ac.th

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Update: December 6th, 2022

Asst. Prof. Dr.Chutima Chantamit-O-Pas

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102835
Email : chutimachantamit@hotmail.com, kpchutima@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Saifone Moungkum

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102832
Email : saifone@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Wipa Wiseso

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102832
Email : wi_wiseso@hotmail.co.th, wiseso@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Panicha Ponpinij

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102832
Email : ponpanicha@nurse.buu.ac.th, somjit@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Niphawan Samartkit

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102835
Email : niphawan@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Khemaradee Masingboon

D.N.S( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102835
Email : Khemarad@hotmail.com, khemaradee@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Capt. Dr.Chanudda Nabkasorn

Ph.D.( Medical Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102867
Email : chanuddan@yahoo.com, chanudda@buu.ac.th

Profile


Update: December 7th, 2022

Full-time program fee is 132,000 Baht, payable in 4 installments:

Installment 1

33,000 Baht (due upon enrollment)

Installment 2

33,000 Baht

Installment 3

33,000 Baht

Installment 4

33,000 Baht

Part-time program fee is 165,000 Baht, payable in 6 installments:

Installment 1

33,000 Baht (due upon enrollment)

Installment 2

33,000 Baht

Installment 3

16,500 Baht

Installment 4

33,000 Baht

Installment 5

33,000 Baht

Installment 6

16,500 Baht

Update: August 9th, 2023

Program learning outcomes (PLOs)
1. Moral and ethical aspects

PLO 1 exhibits ethical conduct, morality, and integrity, as well as decision-making skills, taking into account professional standards, ethical research, and academic considerations.

        PLO 1.1 exhibits behaviors that reflect ethical conduct, morality, integrity, decision-making skills, ethical research, and academic considerations.
        PLO 1.2 can analyze and make decisions based on ethical considerations, morality, integrity, and professional standards in caring for patients or service users within the elderly and geriatric population.
        PLO 1.3 provides advice and guidance on legal and ethical principles related to the profession of advocating for the rights and benefits of patients or service users within the elderly and geriatric population.

2. Knowledge

PLO 2 elucidates and scrutinizes the nursing science and related disciplines relevant to advanced nursing care for adults and the elderly.

        PLO 2.1 elucidates the nursing science and related disciplines relevant to advanced nursing care for adults and the elderly, encompassing research methodologies and statistical analysis
        PLO 2.2 thoroughly examines nursing science and relevant disciplines in advanced nursing care for adults and the elderly, encompassing research methodologies and statistical analysis.

3. Skills

PLO 3 performs advanced nursing care, initiates projects or innovations, and conducts nursing research, integrating nursing science and related disciplines. This involves applying evidence-based practices and cutting-edge technology to address the health challenges of adults and the elderly in acute, critical, chronic, and end-of-life contexts. The emphasis is on enhancing nursing quality, nursing outcomes, and clinical results, taking into account cultural diversity, ethical principles, morality, and professional standards.

        PLO 3.1 conducts health assessments, analyzes health issues, and makes clinical decisions.
        PLO 3.2 designs projects or innovations in response to healthcare issues affecting elderly individuals and families, incorporating nursing science and related disciplines. Evidence-based practices are employed to enhance healthcare quality.
        PLO 3.3 delivers nursing care to specific groups of elderly patients and their families, considering cultural diversity, Eastern wisdom, ethics, morality, and professional standards.
        PLO 3.4 selects suitable tools for health assessment and nursing outcomes and is capable of managing nursing and clinical results.
        PLO 3.5 handles nursing outcomes and healthcare systems to empower elderly, specific group patients, and families to assess and manage issues efficiently.
        PLO 3.6 applies quality and safety principles in providing care for the elderly, specific group patients, and families.
        PLO 3.7 designs research that addresses health issues in elderly patients and their families.
        PLO 3.8 conducts research in nursing for the elderly and the elderly, using integrated nursing science and related sciences, and evidence-based practices.

4. Interpersonal and Responsibility Skills

PLO 4 demonstrates leadership qualities, initiates transformative initiatives, collaborates with the healthcare team and relevant stakeholders, exhibits cultural acumen for optimal outcomes in the care of elderly patients and their families. It emphasizes ongoing personal and professional development with a commitment to societal advancement.

        PLO 4.1 demonstrates leadership qualities, instigates transformative changes, collaborates with the healthcare team and stakeholders to develop the quality of nursing care.
        PLO 4.2 demonstrates cultural acumen to generate favorable outcomes for older adults, seniors, and their families.
        PLO 4.3 demonstrates a sense of responsibility for continuous learning and personal development, encompassing both professional and social aspects.
        PLO 4.4 demonstrates a sense of pride and contributes to the creation of professional value, cultivating a culture that strives for excellence in the workplace.

5. Analytical, Numerical, Communication, and Information Technology Skills.

PLO 5 demonstrates proficiency in utilizing digital technology and information for information retrieval, credibility analysis, selection, and application to foster continuous self-development and advance the quality of care for elderly and geriatric patients, as well as their families. Moreover, demonstrates adept communication skills, presentation capabilities, knowledge dissemination, and the ability to provide consultation to elderly patients, geriatric individuals, their families, and health care teams.

        PLO 5.1 engages in effective communication, knowledge transmission, and consultation with elderly patients, geriatric individuals, families, and healthcare teams, or relevant individuals.
        PLO 5.2 utilizes contemporary technology for efficient communication, dissemination of work, and knowledge exchange.
        PLO 5.3 can communicate proficiently in both Thai and English languages.
        PLO 5.4 possesses the proficiency in utilizing digital technology and information for information retrieval and analysis to enhance the quality of healthcare for older adults and their families.
        PLO 5.5 engages in the analysis, processing, and utilization of data to improve the quality of healthcare.



Update: December 7th, 2022

1st Year, First Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Core course

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10350165

Pathophysiology for Adult and Gerontological Nursing

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10350265

Advanced Adult and Gerontological Nursing

2(2-0-4)

Total

8 credits


1st Year, Second Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Core course

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

Specialty courses

10350365

Quality Improvement for Adult and Gerontological Nursing

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10350465

Practicum in Advanced Adult and Gerontological Nursing I

3(0-9-3)

Total

10 credits


2nd Year, First Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Specialty courses

10360565

Practicum in Advanced Adult and Gerontological Nursing II

3 (0-9-3)

Elective Courses

xxxxxxxx

Elective Courses

3(x-x-x)

Thesis

10369965

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

12 credits


2nd Year, Second Semester

Type

Code

Name

Credits

Thesis

10369965

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

6 credits



Update: August 17th, 2022


Update: August 21th, 2022

Qualifications of Prospective Applicants :

A graduate olding a bachelor's degree in nursing or equivalence from an educational institution that is accredited by the Nursing Council and the Office of the Higher Education Commission.

The additional qualification criteria include :

1. Having a professional license in the field of nursing class 1 or nursing and midwifery class 1

2. Having at least 1 year of experience working as a nurse after bachelor's degree up to the date of application.

3. Having a cumulative grade point average at the bachelor's degree of not less than 2.50.

4. Having Completed qualifications according to Burapha University regulations, regarding graduate studies.

If the student does not have Thai nationality, applicants must have completed a bachelor's degree program in nursing science or equivalent and has been licensed to practice nursing by the professional council or the responsible organization in the applicant's country. In case there is no licensing system, a certificate of registration in the applicant's country is required or endorsed by the Nursing Regulatory Authority in the applicant's home country.

5. In case of that the qualifications are not as stated above, it must be at the discretion of the Program Administrative Committee.



Walking application :
Graduate School, Burapha University
7th Floor, 50 Years Prayoon Jindapradit Building
Tel (+66)38-102700 via 705, 707
Website http://grd.buu.ac.th/wordpress/

For More Information :
Graduate Education Division, Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University
Tel (+66)38-102836
Website: https://nurse.buu.ac.th
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Master of Nursing Science Program (International program)



Master of Nursing Science Program (International program)

          

Institution

Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University

Curriculum accreditation

1. The curriculum is approved by Burapha University Council since November 20th, 2021

2. The curriculum is approved by Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council since June 20th, 2022

Name of Curriculum

Master of Nursing Science Program (International Program)

Name of Degree

Full degree: Master of Nursing Science

Degree in abbreviation: M.N.S.

Objectives of the curriculum

Graduates will have the following competences at the end of this program's teaching and learning:

1. Possess morality, public mind, decision-making abilities, and ethics in nursing practice as well as a positive attitude about nursing profession and healthy habits and be a good role model and work well

2. Possess a thorough understanding of the subjects of nursing science and associated sciences in nursing practice

3. Possess the ability to use nursing science and associated sciences and combine the use of evidence for effective holistic practice of complicated nursing care in accordance with the law and professional ethics

4. Possess the capacity to think critically, synthetically, creatively, and analytically.

5. Be able to conduct research and develop innovations to increase the quality of nursing care

6. Be able to employ contemporary and relevant information and digital technologies in the field of health

7. Possess the capacity to form relationships. as well as effective health communication

8. Demonstrates leadership, management, and entrepreneurial abilities

9. Work on self-improvement and actively pursue information throughout one's life

Curriculum Structure and Credits

    Number of credit requirements

Plan A type A 2 not less than

36 credits

    Curriculum Structure

Plan A type A 2

Required courses

21 credits

Core courses

9 credits

Specific courses

12 credits

Elective courses not less than

3 credits

Thesis

12 credits

Required courses

21 credits

1. Core course

9 credits

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

2. Specific courses

12 credits

11150165

Integrated Health Sciences in Nursing*

2(2-0-4)

    (*For student who study in Nursing Administration enroll course 11154365 instead)


Students enroll 4 more courses from a specialty selected pathway

10 Credits

Courses for Community Nursing Pathway

11151165

Advanced Community Nursing I

2(2-0-4)

11151265

Advanced Community Nursing II

2(2-0-4)

11151365

Advanced Community Nursing Practicum I

3(0-9-3)

11161465

Advanced Community Nursing Practicum II

3(0-9-3)

Courses for Maternity Nursing and Midwifery Pathway

11152165

Advanced Maternity Nursing and Midwifery I

2(2-0-4)

11152265

Advanced Maternity Nursing and Midwifery II

2(2-0-4)

11152365

Advanced Maternity Nursing and Midwifery Practicum I

3(0-9-3)

11162465

Advanced Maternity Nursing and Midwifery Practicum II

3(0-9-3)

Courses for Adult Nursing Pathway

11153165

Advanced Adult Nursing I

2(2-0-4)

11153265

Advanced Adult Nursing II

2(2-0-4)

11153365

Advanced Adult Nursing Practicum I

3(0-9-3)

11163465

Advanced Adult Nursing Practicum II

3(0-9-3)

Courses for Gerontological Nursing Pathway

11155165

Advanced Gerontological Nursing I

2(2-0-4)

11155265

Advanced Gerontological Nursing II

2(2-0-4)

11155365

Advanced Gerontological Nursing Practicum I

3(0-9-3)

11165465

Advanced Gerontological Nursing Practicum II

3(0-9-3)

Courses for Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing Pathway

11156165

Advanced Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing I

2(2-0-4)

11156265

Advanced Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing II

2(2-0-4)

11156365

Advanced Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing Practicum I

3(0-9-3)

11166465

Advanced Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing Practicum II

3(0-9-3)

Courses for Pediatric Nursing Pathway

11157165

Advanced Pediatric Nursing I

2(2-0-4)

11157265

Advanced Pediatric Nursing II

2(2-0-4)

11157365

Advanced Pediatric Nursing Practicum I

3(0-9-3)

11167465

Advanced Pediatric Nursing Practicum II

3(0-9-3)

Courses for Nursing Administration Pathway

11154165

Human Resource Management in Nursing Organization

2(2-0-4)

11154265

Health Service Management in Health Care Organization

2(2-0-4)

11154365

Leadership and Management in Nursing Organization

2(2-0-4)

11154465

Nursing Administration Practicum

3(0-9-3)

11164565

Health Care Quality Management Practicum

3(0-9-3)

Elective courses not less than

3 credits

10760165

Nursing Management

3(2-3-4)

10760265

Teaching in Nursing

3(2-3-4)

10760365

Advanced Practice Nursing Role Development

3(2-3-4)

11160465

Family and Illness

3(3-0-6)

11160565

Health Behavior and Heath Promotion and Prevention

3(3-0-6)

    *Students can select the other courses at the graduate level which offered in Burapha University or other institutions under the approval of the committee of the program Thesis

12 Credits

11169965

Thesis

12(0-0-36)

Day and Time of Instruction

Instructions are operated during regular business hours and after hours

Qualifications of the Intakes

1. In accordance with university qualifications on graduate education

2. Hold a bachelor's degree in nursing or equivalent and have a professional license in Nursing and midwifery. For non-Thai national, the applicants must complete the bachelor’s degree in nursing or equivalent as well as holding nursing profession license which was approved by professional nursing council or the responsible organization or certified by the Nursing Regulatory Authority in the applicant's country

3. Possess nurse experience at least one year until the date of application

4. The results of English proficiency test scores according to the Burapha University’s requirement

5. In the case that the qualification is not in accordance with 1 to 4, admission is at the discretion of the curriculum board

Scholarships

1. Thesis research scholarship

2. Scholarship as the lecturers of Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University

Facilities

1. There are suitable educational facilities and classrooms for graduate studies, as well as adequate and ready-to-use audio-visual equipment.

2. Students get access to an adequate office or study space. It is appropriate and beneficial to student learning.

3. There is a teacher's office that is appropriate, proportionate, and favorable to working and advising students.

4. In accordance with the curriculum, there are specialized nursing laboratories. With sufficient equipment to practice advanced skills

4.1 Laboratory of Science and Health Sciences

4.2 Advanced Simulation Laboratory

5. There are enough computers for all students to conduct particular research.

6. Burapha Univesity’s library provides current books in nursing, health sciences, and other curriculum-related courses as well as electronic books in nursing profession, Thai and English journals, electronic databases of scientific, medical, and nursing publications, and domestically and globally research database which can be searched at any time

7. There is a source of nursing practice for master's degree students based on their field of study and related disciplines, and there are enough patients/service receivers for practice

Prof. Dr.Chintana Wacharasin

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102892
Email : chintana@buu.ac.th,

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornpat Hengudomsub

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102807
Email : pornpat12@yahoo.com, pornpath@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornchai Jullamate

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102809
Email : pornchai@buu.ac.th

Profile

1st Semester
# Course Title Credits
1 10750165 Nursing Theories and Concepts 2(2-0-4)
2 10750265 Applied Statistics for Nursing Research 2(2-0-4)
3 11150165 Integrated Health Sciences in Nursing
Or 11154365 Leadership and Management in Nursing Organization
2(2-0-4)
4 1115xxxx Theory course number 1 from a selected pathway 2(2-0-4)
Total 8
2nd Semester
# Course Title Credits
1 10750365 Policy and Health System 2(2-0-4)
2 10750465 Nursing Research and Research Utilization 3(3-0-6)
3 1115xxxx Theory course number 2 from a selected pathway 2(2-0-4)
4 1115xxxx Practical course number 1 from a selected pathway 3(0-9-0)
Total 10
3rd Semester
# Course Title Credits
1 1116xxxx Practical course number 2 from a selected pathway 3(0-9-3)
2 111xxxxx Elective course 3(3-0-6)
3 11169960 Thesis 6(0-0-18)
Total 12
4th Semester
# Course Title Credits
1 11169965 Thesis 6(0-0-18)
Total 6
5th Semester until graduation

    - Complete Thesis Paper
    - Taking Oral Thesis Defense
    - Revised Thesis paper and submit to Graduate School
    - Published Thesis in a Peer-Review Journal


Program learning outcomes (PLOs)

PLO 1

Morality and Ethics: Demonstrate integrity in your behavior, nursing practice ethics, research ethics, and academic ethics

PLO 1.1

Nursing practice in accordance with professional ethics and the protection of patients' or service users' rights

PLO 1.2

Analyze and make decisions in health care based on morality, ethics, and professional standards

PLO 1.3

Profession-related legal and ethical guidance

PLO 2

Knowledge and Practical Skills: Nursing practice for complex, holistic health problems and needs using related science and empirical evidence emphasizing human values under the law and professional ethics

PLO 2.1

Analyze nursing science and the sciences related to nursing practice in various fields

PLO 2.2

Evaluate health issues and develop sophisticated, all-encompassing health care. This includes applying quality and safety concepts to health care

PLO 2.3

Nursing practice based on the integration of nursing science and allied sciences, empirical data, and contemporary technology in the treatment of patients or clients with complex situations, stressing human values and being sensitive to service users' cultural variations

PLO 2.4

Use suitable digital tools and technology to evaluate nursing outcomes

PLO 3

Intellectual Skills: Research and innovation in nursing, as well as public dissemination of work

PLO 3.1

Be able to think critically and methodically

PLO 3.2

Conduct research and innovation based on empirical evidence analysis/synthesis, as well as the use of statistics and digital technologies in research to improve the quality of nursing care

PLO 3.3

Research and innovation dissemination by giving a presentation at an academic conference or publishing in national and/or international periodicals

PLO 4

Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility: Leadership, initiatives to improve nursing quality in specific areas, and nursing profession

PLO 4.1

Demonstrate leadership ability to collaborate with the health team and individuals concerned in nursing excellence

PLO 4.2

Culturally sensitivity to provide positive outcomes for patients or service users

PLO 4.3

Accept responsibility for continuing

PLO 5

Numerical Analysis, Communication, and Information Technology Skills: Using digital technology and information in health communication, nursing, research, and the development of new products to raise the standard of nursing care

PLO 5.1

Have knowledge of digital technologies and information in looking for information and analyzing data credibility to enhance nursing care quality

PLO 5.2

Analyze and process data for risk management and monitoring

PLO 5.3

Capable of communicating in both Thai and English with patients, service users, nursing teams, and interdisciplinary teams


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1. TQF -

Master of Nursing Science Program (International Program)

NO.

Detail

Amount (Thai Baht)

1

Tuition and service for international students
- 82,500 Baht x 4 regular semesters

330,000

2

University charge for international students
- 20,000 Baht x 4 regular semesters

80,000

Total

410,000

Total payment per each semester

Semester 1 = 102,500 Baht

Semester 2 = 102,500 Baht

Semester 3 = 102,500 Baht

Semester 4 = 102,500 Baht


Remark

• The payment of the tuition and service fees must be in Thai Baht.

• The payment will be varied based on the exchange rate.

• Students need to prepare extra money for conducting their master thesis.

• Students who are unable to complete the degree program within 2 years (4 regular semesters) are required to pay the additional fees to maintain their status(Approximately 6,000 Thai Baht).

Other payment

• Student registration fee costs 2,000 Baht

• Degree certificate fee costs 2,200 Baht

• Dormitory fee is about 2,500 - 8,000 Baht; the cost depends on: type of the room, how far from university/how many persons stay in each room.


Prof. Dr.Chintana Wacharasin

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102892
Email : chintana@buu.ac.th,

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornchai Jullamate

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102809
Email : pornchai@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornpat Hengudomsub

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102807
Email : pornpat12@yahoo.com, pornpath@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Jinjutha Chaisena Dallas

D.N.S

Tel : (+66)38-102867
Email : jinjuthatawan@gmail.com, jinjutha@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Khemaradee Masingboon

D.N.S( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102835
Email : Khemarad@hotmail.com, khemaradee@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Nujjaree Chaimongkol

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102222
Email : nujjaree@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornnapa Homsin

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102842
Email : phomsin09@gmail.com, pornnapa@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Naiyana Piphatvanitcha

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102853
Email : naiyana_p2005@hotmail.com, naiyana@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Chanandchidadussadee Toonsiri

Ph.D.( Medical and Public Health Social Sciences )

Tel : (+66)38-102844
Email : stoonsiri@yahoo.com, siriporn@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Saifone Moungkum

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102832
Email : saifone@buu.ac.th

Profile

Master of Nursing Science Program in Midwifery



Update: January 17th, 2024

Curriculum accreditation :

          1. The curriculum is approved by Burapha University Council since July 15th, 2023

          2. The curriculum is approved by the Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council since December 18th, 2023

Name of Curriculum :

        Master of Nursing Science Program in Midwifery

Name of Degree :

        Full degree: Master of Nursing Science (Midwifery)

        Degree in abbreviation: M.N.S. (Midwifery)

Objectives of the Curriculum :

        (1) Practice using ethical principles, professional ethics, and professional morals in nursing operations, generating academic works, conducting research, and resolving ethical issues related to obstetrics.

        (2) Synthesize obstetric sciences, related disciplines, and evidence-based practices in providing appropriate care during pregnancy for clients with normal and complicated conditions effectively.

        (3) Continuously provide advanced comprehensive obstetric care for clients in normal, at-risk, complicated, emergency, and crisis situations, with a family-centered focus, using evidence-based practices appropriately in the cultural context, in accordance with the principles of law, ethics, and professional standards.

        (4) Develop and conduct research or innovations for use in maternity care services and disseminate the results with high standards.

        (5) Possess leadership qualities, capable of planning management strategies for change to improve the quality of maternity care and services, with a business-oriented mindset.

        (6) Possess academic and professional communication skills, as well as self-directed learning skills./p>

        (7) Possess skills in using information technology and digital technology to develop obstetric work in a contemporary and context-appropriate manner.

Program Plan Offered

Total number of credits
Plan 1 (Coursework and Thesis)
not less than 36 credits
Curriculum Structure :
Plan 1 (Coursework and Thesis)
Requirement courses
21 credits

Core courses

9 credits

Specialty courses

12 credits

Elective courses not less than
3 credits
Thesis
12 credits
Courses in the curriculum
Plan 1 (Coursework and Thesis)
Requirement courses

1) Core courses
9 credits

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

2) Specialty courses
12 credits

10250166

Pathophysiology and Pharmacology in Midwifery

2(2-0-4)

10250266

Midwifery I

2(2-0-4)

10250366

Midwifery II

2(2-0-4)

10250466

Midwifery Practicum I

3(0-9-3)

10260566

Midwifery Practicum II

3(0-9-3)

Elective courses

not less than 3 credits

10260666

Research Seminar in Midwifery

3(3-0-6)

10260766

Evidence-Based Practice in Midwifery

3(3-0-6)

10760165

Nursing Management

3(2-3-4)

10760265

Teaching in Nursing

3(2-3-4)

10760365

Advanced Practice Nursing Role Development

3(2-3-4)

Thesis

12 credits

10269966

Thesis

12 (0-0-36)

Study day and time

Full-time : Classes are scheduled on regular business days and hours (some days).
Part-time : Classes are scheduled on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and on regular business days (some days for practical courses).

Scholarship

1. Scholarship for thesis research.

2. Scholarship for Advancing to a Faculty Member in the Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University

Learning Support

1. There are well-equipped classrooms and dedicated learning facilities tailored for graduate-level education, featuring ample and readily available audio-visual equipment.

2. There are suitable workspaces or study rooms for students, designed to be proportional and conducive to effective learning.

3. There are appropriate faculty offices designed to enhance productivity, proportionate and conducive to work, as well as available for providing guidance to students.

4. There are dedicated nursing laboratories aligned with the curriculum, equipped sufficiently for advanced skill training .

   4.1 Laboratories for Science and Health Science (Nursing Laboratory).

   4.2 Advanced Simulation Laboratories with high-fidelity model mannequins. (Simulation Laboratory).

5. There is a sufficient number of up-to-date computers for everyone, especially for research purposes.

6. The university provides a library with current textbooks and literature in nursing, health science, and relevant disciplines, including electronic books. The library offers professional nursing journals in both Thai and English, as well as electronic databases for health science and nursing research papers, both nationally and internationally, ensuring modernity and accessibility all times.

7. The training facilities for nursing practicum are accessible to graduate-level students in their respective fields of study and related disciplines, and there is an adequate number of patients/clients for the practicum.


Update: January 17th, 2024

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Tatirat Tachasuksri

Dr.P.H.( Public Health Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102861
Email : tatiratp@yahoo.com, tatirat@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Punyarat Lapvongwatana

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102860
Email : punyarat.la@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Supit Siriarunrat

Dr.P.H.( Public Health Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102860
Email : supits@go.buu.ac.th, supits@buu.ac.th

Profile

Update: January 17th, 2024

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Tatirat Tachasuksri

Dr.P.H.( Public Health Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102861
Email : tatiratp@yahoo.com, tatirat@buu.ac.th

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Assoc. Prof. Dr.Punyarat Lapvongwatana

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102860
Email : punyarat.la@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Supit Siriarunrat

Dr.P.H.( Public Health Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102860
Email : supits@go.buu.ac.th, supits@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Siriwan Sangin

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102824
Email : siriwan_y2001@yahoo.com, yuenyong@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Usa Chuahorm

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102861
Email : usa@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornpat Hengudomsub

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102807
Email : pornpat12@yahoo.com, pornpath@buu.ac.th

Profile

Prof. Dr.Chintana Wacharasin

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102892
Email : chintana@buu.ac.th,

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Nisakorn Krungkraipetch

Dr.P.H.( Public Health Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102840
Email : nisakorn@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Khemaradee Masingboon

D.N.S( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102835
Email : Khemarad@hotmail.com, khemaradee@buu.ac.th

Profile

Update: January 17th, 2024

Full-time program fee is 132,000 Baht, payable in 4 installments:

Installment 1:

33,000 Baht (due upon enrollment)

Installment 2:

33,000 Baht

Installment 3:

33,000 Baht

Installment 4:

33,000 Baht

Part-time program fee is 165,000 Baht, payable in 6 installments:

Installment 1 :

33,000 Baht (due upon enrollment)

Installment 2 :

33,000 Baht

Installment 3 :

16,500 Baht

Installment 4 :

33,000 Baht

Installment 5 :

33,000 Baht

Installment 6 :

16,500 Baht

Update: January 17th, 2024

Program learning outcomes (PLOs)
1. Knowledge
            PLO 1 Synthesize obstetric science, related disciplines, and evidence-based practices for the appropriate healthcare of service recipients.

                      PLO 1.1 Establish connections between obstetric science, related disciplines, and evidence-based practices to accurately and logically diagnose health problems.
                      PLO 1.2 Design suitable programs, practices, or innovations to promote or address the health issues of maternity care service recipients.
                      PLO 1.3 Evaluate the outcomes of maternity care practices for the purpose of improving the quality of maternity care or services appropriately.

            PLO 2 Conduct research to care for service recipients or improve maternity care services with quality in accordance with research standards and the dissemination of research findings.

                      PLO 2.1 Design research by synthesizing knowledge from obstetrics, related sciences, and evidence-based practices.
                      PLO 2.2 Conduct research to care for clients or develop maternity services based on the observed phenomena, utilizing research processes and ethical research principles.
                      PLO 2.3 Disseminate research findings at the national or international level.

2. Skills
            PLO 3 Conduct advanced comprehensive obstetric care continuously for clients, encompassing normal conditions, at-risk situations, complicated conditions, emergencies, and crises, with a focus on family-centered care, appropriately within cultural contexts.

                      PLO 3.1 Care for obstetric service recipients in normal, at-risk, complicated, emergency, and crisis situations appropriately within cultural contexts, using evidence-based practices or programs/innovations
                      PLO 3.2 Assist service recipients with normal conditions to give birth independently.
                      PLO 3.3 Provide basic assistance to service recipients with complications, emergencies, and crises in obstetric care promptly and make appropriate referrals.
                      PLO 3.4 Provide suitable counseling to service recipients to address complex obstetric health issues.

            PLO 4 Communicate academic and professional information appropriately according to academic and professional standards.

                      PLO 4.1 Read academic articles and research papers in both Thai and English languages to synthesize content accurately.
                      PLO 4.2 Present academic, clinical, or obstetric research work accurately, following the principles of academic writing and presentation.
                      PLO 4.3 Communicate appropriately with clients, colleagues, and allied professionals for maternal health care.

            PLO 5 Utilize health statistics, information, and digital technology to develop maternal health work in a contemporary and suitable manner according to the circumstances.

                      PLO 5.1 Choose to use statistics for accurately and appropriately analyzing maternal health data.
                      PLO 5.2 Choose reliable information for monitoring, surveillance, and making decisions to plan and address maternal health issues appropriately.
                      PLO 5.3 Choose to use digital technology to develop maternity services appropriately.

3. Moral and ethical aspects
            PLO 6 Demonstrate correctness in accordance with ethical principles, moral values, professional ethics, and standards in creating academic or research work and in the practice of maternity care.

                      PLO 6.1 Conduct operations using ethical principles, moral values, and professional integrity in producing academic work or research.
                      PLO 6.2 Safeguard the rights of service recipients in maternity care operations accurately, following the law and professional ethics.
                      PLO 6.3 Choose to act in accordance with ethical principles, morality, professional ethics, and professional standards in providing consultation, analyzing, or making ethical decisions in maternity care issues.

4. Personal characteristics
            PLO 7 Demonstrate leadership qualities in initiating changes for the development of the quality of maternity care services.

                      PLO 7.1 Work collaboratively with healthcare teams and stakeholders to achieve the objectives.
                      PLO 7.2 Proactively initiate creative changes in designing programs and/or innovations in maternity care practices appropriately.
                      PLO 7.3 Collaborate effectively with service recipients, allied professionals, and stakeholders to achieve the expected outcomes in promoting unassisted childbirth in normal conditions and advanced maternity care practices in high-risk and complicated situations.
                      PLO 7.4 Propose a management plan to develop the quality of maternity care services appropriately and innovatively, using entrepreneurial concepts.
                      PLO 7.5 Demonstrate self-directed learning skills and lifelong learning.


Update: January 17th, 2024

Plan 1 (Coursework and Thesis) (Full-time)

1st Year First Semester

Group

Code

Subject

Credits

Core course

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10250166

Pathophysiology and Pharmacology in Midwifery

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10250266

Midwifery I

2(2-0-4)

Total

8 Credits


1st Year Second Semester

Group

Code

Subject

Credits

Core course

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

Specialty courses

10250366

Midwifery II

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10250466

Midwifery Practicum I

3(0-9-3)

Total

10 Credits


2nd Year First Semester

Group

Code

Subject

Credits

Specialty courses

10260566

Midwifery Practicum II

3(0-9-3)

Elective Courses

xxxxxxxx

Elective Courses

3(3-0-6)

Thesis

10269966

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

12 Credits


2nd Year Second Semester

Group

Code

Subject

Credits

Thesis

10269966

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

6 Credits


Plan 1 (Coursework and Thesis) (Part-time)

1st Year First Semester

Group

Code

Subject

Credits

Core course

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10250166

Pathophysiology and Pharmacology in Midwifery

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10250266

Midwifery I

2(2-0-4)

Total

8 Credits


1st Year Second Semester

Group

code

Subject

Credits

Core course

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

Specialty courses

10250366

Midwifery II

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10250466

Midwifery Practicum I

3(0-9-3)

Total

10 Credits


1st Year Summer Semester

Group

Code

Subject

Credits

Elective Course

xxxxxxxx

Elective Course

3(3-0-6)

Total

3 Credits


2nd Year First Semester

Group

Code

Subject

Credits

Specialty courses

10260566

Midwifery Practicum II

3(0-9-3)

Thesis

10269966

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

9 Credits


2nd Year Second Semester

Group

Code

Subject

Credits

Thesis

10269966

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

6 Credits



Update: January 17th, 2024

Qualifications for Admission :

Hold a bachelor's degree or its equivalent.

Hold a graduate diploma.

Additional Qualification Criteria are as follows:

1.1 Possess complete qualifications as stipulated in Burapha University's regulations on postgraduate studies in the year 2023 and any subsequent amendments (if applicable).

1.2 Successfully completed a bachelor's degree in nursing or its equivalent and holds a professional license in nursing or midwifery at Level 1.

1.3 Have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) at the undergraduate level of not less than 2.50 .

1.4 Have experience in nursing practice for at least 1 year after completing the undergraduate degree (counted up to the application date).

1.5 In cases where the qualifications do not meet the aforementioned criteria, it is subject to the discretion of the curriculum committee.



For inquiries regarding the admission process, please contact the Graduate School at Burapha University,
by calling (+66)38-102700, extension 705 or 707.
you can visit the website at http://grd.buu.ac.th/wordpress/ for more information.

Inquiries about supplementary courses can be directed to the Graduate Education Service Unit at the Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University,
by calling (+66)38-102805.
Further details can be found on the website: http://nurse.buu.ac.th,
and you can also visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/gradnursebuu.

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Master of Nursing Science Program in Gerontological Nurse Practitioner



Update: January 17th, 2024

Curriculum accreditation :

          1. The curriculum is approved by Burapha University Council since July 15th, 2023

          2. The curriculum is approved by the Thailand Nursing Council since December 18th, 2023

Name of Curriculum :

          Master of Nursing Science Program in Gerontological Nurse Practitioner

Name of Degree :

          Full degree: Master of Nursing Science (Gerontological Nurse Practitioner)
          Degree in abbreviation: M.N.S. (Gerontological Nurse Practitioner)

Objectives :

          (1) Upon completion of this curriculum, students will have the ability to make decisions based on morality, ethics, laws, professional ethics, as well as academic and professional standards in geriatric nursing practice and research.

          (2) Upon completion of the program, students will possess profound knowledge in nursing science, the philosophy of sustainable development, indigenous wisdom, and nursing-related disciplines pertinent to geriatric care that are adaptable to change.

          (3) Upon completion of the program, students will be capable of critical thinking, synthesizing information, and creating works relevant to geriatric nursing and related sciences.

          (4) Upon completion of the program, students will possess the ability to integrate nursing science, geriatric nursing-related sciences, sufficiency economy philosophy, local wisdom, and empirical evidence in enhancing capabilities and delivering holistic health care to individuals, families, groups, and communities across the lifespan, with consideration for multiculturalism.

          (5) Upon completion of the program, students will have the capability to conduct research and innovate in the field of health.

          (6) Possess leadership qualities and an entrepreneurial mindset in elderly care, capable of working collaboratively as a team, coordinating cooperation, and managing healthcare to foster innovative changes.

          (7) Be capable of efficiently communicating health information.

          (8) Be capable of managing information, selecting, and applying modern and suitable digital health technologies.

          (9) Continuously develop oneself and seek knowledge throughout one's life.

Curriculum Structure and Credits :

Credit requirements
Plan 1 (Coursework and Thesis)
not less than 38 credits
Curriculum Structure
Plan 1 (Coursework and Thesis)
Requirement courses
23 credits

Core courses

9 credits

Specialty courses

14 credits

Elective courses not less than
3 credits
Thesis
12 credits
Course
Plan 1 (Coursework and Thesis)
Requirement courses
23 credits
          1) Core courses
9 credits

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

          2) Specialty courses
14 credits

10550166

Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for Gerontological Nurse Practitioner

2(2-0-4)

10550266

Primary Medical Care in Elders

2(2-0-4)

10550366

Gerontological Nurse Practitioner 1

2(2-0-4)

10550466

Gerontological Nurse Practitioner 2

2(2-0-4)

10550566

Primary Medical Care Practicum in Elders

2(0-6-2)

10550666

Gerontological Nurse Practitioner Practicum 1

2(0-6-2)

10560766

Gerontological Nurse Practitioner Practicum 2

2(0-6-2)

Elective courses

not less than 3 credits

10563566

Entrepreneurship in Elders Care Businesses

3(3-0-6)

10563666

Artificial Intelligence Technologies with Elders

3(3-0-6)

10563766

Mental Health Promotion in Elders

3(3-0-6)

10563866

Research Seminar in Gerontological Nurse Practitioner

3(3-0-6)

10760165

Nursing Management

3(2-3-4)

10760265

Teaching in Nursing

3(2-3-4)

10760365

Advanced Practice Nursing Role Development

3(2-3-4)

          In addition, students have the option to take other graduate-level courses offered either within or outside the institution, provided that they are accredited by Burapha University and approved by the Curriculum Committee.

Thesis

12 credits

10569966

Thesis

12 (0-0-36)

Study day and time

Full-time : Classes are scheduled on regular business days and hours (some days).
Part-time : Classes are scheduled on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and on regular business days (some days for practical courses).

Scholarship

1. Scholarship for thesis research.

2. Scholarship for Advancing to a Faculty Member in the Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University

Support Learning

1. The program offers appropriate classrooms and learning spaces for graduate-level education, with adequate and readily available audio-visual equipment.

2. There are self-study rooms or study spaces provided for students, designed in a suitable proportion and conducive to student learning.

3. There are appropriate faculty offices, proportionate to the number of faculty members, conducive to work, and available for consultation.

4. There is an adequate number of contemporary computers for all students for research purposes.

5. The library contains contemporary textbooks and literature related to the nursing curriculum, health sciences, and other relevant disciplines. It also offers electronic books and professional nursing journals in both Thai and English languages.

6. There are up-to-date electronic databases containing scientific journals in health sciences and nursing, as well as electronic repositories of theses and dissertations, both domestically and internationally, which are readily accessible at all times.

7. Nursing practice laboratory equipped with tools and assessment instruments related to practical training in geriatric nursing.

   7.1 Laboratories for Science and Health Science (Nursing Laboratory)

   7.2 Advanced Simulation Laboratories with mannequin models (Simulation Lab)

8. Suitable nursing practice training facilities for geriatric nursing practice

9. The proportion of practical instructors to students in the program meets the standards stipulated by the Nursing Council for the Geriatric Nursing specialization. For introductory disease treatment practice courses, the ratio is 1:2, while for practical courses in Geriatric Nursing, the ratio is 1:4 .


Update: January 17th, 2024

Asst. Prof. Dr.Waree Kangchai

D.N.S

Tel : (+66)38-102854
Email : wareek@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Nisakorn Krungkraipetch

Dr.P.H.( Public Health Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102840
Email : nisakorn@buu.ac.th

Profile

Dr.Watchara Tabootwong

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102853
Email : watchara.t2525@gmail.com, tabootwong@buu.ac.th

Profile

Update: January 17th, 2024

Asst. Prof. Dr.Waree Kangchai

D.N.S

Tel : (+66)38-102854
Email : wareek@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Nisakorn Krungkraipetch

Dr.P.H.( Public Health Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102840
Email : nisakorn@buu.ac.th

Profile

Dr.Watchara Tabootwong

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102853
Email : watchara.t2525@gmail.com, tabootwong@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Pornchai Jullamate

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102809
Email : pornchai@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Naiyana Piphatvanitcha

Ph.D.( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102853
Email : naiyana_p2005@hotmail.com, naiyana@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Kanchana Piboon

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102853
Email : kanchanap@go.buu.ac.th, kanchanap@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Sahattaya Rattanajarana

Ph.D.( Applied Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102884
Email : sahattar@yahoo.com, sahattar@buu.ac.th

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Asst. Prof. Dr.Saifone Moungkum

Ph.D.( Nursing Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102832
Email : saifone@buu.ac.th

Profile

Asst. Prof. Dr.Khemaradee Masingboon

D.N.S( Nursing )

Tel : (+66)38-102835
Email : Khemarad@hotmail.com, khemaradee@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Capt. Dr.Chanudda Nabkasorn

Ph.D.( Medical Science )

Tel : (+66)38-102867
Email : chanuddan@yahoo.com, chanudda@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Chanandchidadussadee Toonsiri

Ph.D.( Medical and Public Health Social Sciences )

Tel : (+66)38-102844
Email : stoonsiri@yahoo.com, siriporn@buu.ac.th

Profile

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Wannarat Lawang

Ph.D.( Health Sciences )

Tel : (+66)38-102843
Email : lawang@go.buu.ac.th, lawang@buu.ac.th

Profile

Update: January 17th, 2024

Full-time program fee is 134,400 Baht, payable in 4 installments:

Installment 1

33,600 Baht (due upon enrollment)

Installment 2

33,600 Baht

Installment 3

33,600 Baht

Installment 4

33,600 Baht

Part-time program fee is 168,000 Baht, payable in 4 installments:

Installment 1

33,000 Baht (due upon enrollment)

Installment 2

33,000 Baht

Installment 3

18,000 Baht

Installment 4

33,000 Baht

Installment 5

33,000 Baht

Installment 6

18,000 Baht

Update: January 17th, 2024

Program learning outcomes (PLOs)


1. Knowledge

    PLO 1 Describe the content of nursing science and related fields in geriatric nursing, sufficiency economy philosophy, and local wisdom accurately in accordance with the principles of geriatric nursing, taking into account cultural diversity.
    PLO 2 Describe the research process, statistics, and innovation development in geriatric nursing accurately.
    PLO 3 Specify current nursing science in geriatric nursing.
    PLO 4 Analyze and synthesize insights from nursing science, disciplines associated with geriatric nursing, cultural diversity perspectives, sufficiency economy philosophy, and local wisdom. Apply research outcomes and feedback data to improve the quality of geriatric nursing care effectively and efficiently.
    PLO 5 Engage in critical thinking to address challenges and foster innovation in geriatric nursing care.

2. Skills

    PLO 6 Properly select and apply assessment tools to evaluate outcomes of geriatric nursing care.
    PLO 7 Perform nursing interventions for elderly individuals at all health stages, including normal, at-risk, and illness stages, covering emergency, acute, crisis, chronic, and end-of-life phases. This encompasses disease screening, comprehensive assessment of the elderly, health promotion, disease prevention, basic disease treatment, and management of commonly encountered problems in the elderly. It also involves referral for continuous care, integrating nursing science, geriatric nursing-related sciences, cultural diversity considerations, sufficiency economy philosophy, local wisdom, empirical evidence, and community-based innovations.
    PLO 8 Conduct health data retrieval, analysis, management, and processing for elderly individuals to be utilized in geriatric nursing practice.
    PLO 9 Employ up-to-date information technology in education, research, and publication dissemination.

3. Moral and ethical aspects

    PLO 10 Provide legal guidance, rationale, and ethical decision-making in nursing practice.
    PLO 11 Demonstrate ethics in research and academic work.
    PLO 12 Practice nursing while respecting the rights of the service recipients.

4. Personal characteristics

    PLO 13 Foster therapeutic relationships with the participation of the elderly, their families, and the community.
    PLO 14 Administer and address challenging and intricate issues.
    PLO 15 Take responsibility for learning and personal development, encompassing professional and social aspects.
    PLO 16 Serve as a leader in nursing practice or activities associated with geriatric nursing care.
    PLO 17 Collaborate effectively work as a team with interdisciplinary professions and diverse networks.
    PLO 18 Demonstrate proficiency in communicating in both Thai and English languages.
    PLO 19 Exhibit entrepreneurial skills in elderly care management.


Update: January 17th, 2024

1st Year First Semester

Group

Code

Subject

Credits

Core course

10750165

Nursing Theory and Concepts

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750265

Applied Statistics for Nursing Research

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10550166

Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for Gerontological Nurse Practitioner

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10550266

Primary Medical Care in Elders

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10550366

Gerontological Nurse Practitioner I

2(2-0-4)

Total

10 credits


1st Year Second Semester

Group

Code

Subject

Credits

Core course

10750365

Policy and Health System

2(2-0-4)

Core course

10750465

Nursing Research and Research Utilization

3(3-0-6)

วิชาเฉพาะ

10550466

Gerontological Nurse Practitioner 2

2(2-0-4)

Specialty courses

10550566

Primary Medical Care Practicum in Elders

2(0-6-2)

Specialty courses

10550666

Gerontological Nurse Practitioner Practicum 1

2(0-6-2)

Total

11 Credits


2nd Year First Semester

Group

Code

Subject

Credits

Specialty courses

10560766

Gerontological Nurse Practitioner Practicum 2

2(0-6-2)

Elective Courses

xxxxxxxx

Elective Courses

3(3-0-6)

Thesis

10569966

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

11 Credits


2nd Year Second Semester

Group

Code

Subject

Credits

Thesis

10569966

Thesis

6(0-0-18)

Total

6 Credits



Update: January 17th, 2024

Qualifications of Prospective Applicants :

A graduate olding a bachelor's degree in nursing or equivalence from an educational institution that is accredited by the Nursing Council and the Office of the Higher Education Commission.

The additional qualification criteria include :

1. Having a professional license in the field of nursing class 1 or nursing and midwifery class 1

2. Having at least 1 year of experience working as a nurse after bachelor's degree up to the date of application.

3. Having a cumulative grade point average at the bachelor's degree of not less than 2.50.

4. Having Completed qualifications according to Burapha University regulations, regarding graduate studies.

If the student does not have Thai nationality, applicants must have completed a bachelor's degree program in nursing science or equivalent and has been licensed to practice nursing by the professional council or the responsible organization in the applicant's country. In case there is no licensing system, a certificate of registration in the applicant's country is required or endorsed by the Nursing Regulatory Authority in the applicant's home country.

5. In case of that the qualifications are not as stated above, it must be at the discretion of the Program Administrative Committee.



Walking application :
Graduate School, Burapha University
7th Floor, 50 Years Prayoon Jindapradit Building
Tel (+66)38-102700 via 705, 707
Website http://grd.buu.ac.th/wordpress/

For More Information :
Graduate Education Division, Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University
Tel (+66)38-102836
Website: https://nurse.buu.ac.th
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/gradnursebuu

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