Welcome to the School of Nursing and Human Sciences which has gained national and international recognition for the quality of its diverse programmes of study and research at Bachelor, Masters, Doctorate and PhD levels developed by dynamic staff in collaboration with organisations in both the public and private sectors. Programmes are delivered on-site, online and in designated sites off campus.
Our undergraduate programmes include the BSc in Nursing (General, Mental Health, Children’s and Intellectual Disabilities pathways). There is also a BSc in Psychology, a BSc in Health and Society and a dynamic online BNS for registered nurses.
For health and social care professionals wishing to expand their knowledge and skills there are opportunities to study a suite of professional development modules or our Certificate Programme in Homelessness Prevention. Alternatively post graduate students can study for a MSc in Nursing and Health Care Practice, a MSc in Chronic Disease Management, MSc in Sexuality Studies, MSc in Psychotherapy or register for our Doctorate in Psychotherapy.
Within our school we have a thriving research community led by experienced internationally recognised researchers creating opportunities for Post Graduates to complete Masters or PhD level research and make significant contributions to knowledge and service delivery in the Health and Social Sciences. Browse our website which is packed with useful information, or contact us to have your questions about studying at the School of Nursing and Human Sciences in DCU answered.