More nurses graduate from ACU than anywhere else in Australia – and for good reason. Our nursing courses are known for developing professionals who are caring, adaptable, safe and ethical. The Bachelor of Nursing (Enrolled Nurses) is structured to allow Diploma-qualified nurses to qualify with a Bachelor degree. The program uses learner-centred approaches including inquiry and situation-based learning to enhance students’ experiences as well as their readiness for the workplace. Throughout the course you will connect theory to practice and may have the opportunity to undertake a clinical nursing specialty in your final semester. Specialties linked with industry in areas of workforce include:aged care nursingcommunity nursinghigh dependency nursingmedical/surgical nursingmental health nursingpaediatric nursingpalliative care nursingperioperative nursing. You may also take up the opportunity to engage with communities overseas and gain unique educational and cultural experiences working in care facilities in developing countries. Bachelor of Nursing graduates can pursue a range of careers within the health care industry including:aged care nursingcommunity care nursingdevelopmental disability nursingmedical/surgical nursingmental health nursingpaediatric nursing
Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Nursing courses at Australian Catholic University (ACU).