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Information for prospective students of Nursing and Case Management (B.Sc.)

Have you completed a vocational training in a nursing profession or in midwifery and do you want to further your education now? In this case, the degree course "Nursing and Case Management (B.Sc.)" offers you manifold task fields. It combines the topics of nursing management with those of case management. It enables you to complete tasks in the middle management in healthcare facilities and lets you handle complex tasks in questions regarding the coordination, controlling and processing of organizations, as well as in case management and enables you to work nationally and internationally. As a graduate of this degree course, you will be awarded a Bachelor of Science, which will allow you to enroll in master's degree courses in the field of Health and Social Work.

Summary

Program Nursing and Case Management
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Terms 6 semesters, Full-time
ECTS credits 180
Program start Winter semester
Application deadlines with German degrees: Enrollment until the start of the semester
  with foreign credentials: until September 01
Languages German

The date of the start of the semesters can be found in the academic calendar.

These studies enable you to have an integrative perspective on case level, as well as on an institutional level in healthcare. It qualifies you to coordinate and accompany cross-sectional healthcare services and combine theoretical and experience-related knowledge in nursing from case and system level as a nursing manager and implement relevant options for action. You are able to lead, accompany and guide employees.  You are able to take a critical stance towards social trends in healthcare and view overall social problems as a challenge to find solutions in cross-occupational contexts.

Study structure

  • 6 semesters regular period of study (180 ECTS credits) (Overall workload: 5,400 hours, 900 hours per semester)
  • Full-time studies with 24 modules, part-times studies are possible
  • upon application, on-campus courses
  • free of charge
  • The teaching methods include lectures and seminars as well as activity-oriented exercises, group and case work and e-learning.
  • The lectures take place in block seminars at the begin and at the end of every semester and on two to three consecutive weekdays during the semester, usually between 08:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

The degree course was accredited by AHPGS.

An overview of the offered modules in this degree course can be seen on the module diagram.
More detailed information about the modules can be found in the module manual.

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Deadlines

The enrollment can take place until the begin of the lectures.

Access the academic calendar.

Admission restrictions

The degree course is not admission restricted.

Additional information

Another requirement for the enrollment in this degree course is the completed training in a nursing profession (healthcare and nursing care, pediatric healthcare and nursing care, geriatric nursing care health education, midwifery and maternity care).

Graduates work in inpatient, partially inpatient, domestic, outpatient and complementary facilities. This degree course also enables graduates to work in other institutions and industries of healthcare and social welfare, such as for instance authorities, healthcare and nursing insurance companies and nursing aid manufacturers and providers. Particularly tasks in the field of direct nursing, management,  quality management, case management, nursing assessment and consultation. You can take on positions at a second hierarchy level (and below) at the stated institutions, facilities and companies.

Additional information

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last updated on: 02.21.2019