The MNS program (International program) is designed to prepare its graduate for advanced nursing practice and research in nursing.
The MNS program (International program) is designed to prepare its graduate for advanced nursing practice and research in nursing in various health care setting. The programs objective is to sharpen skills of graduates in advanced nursing knowledge and provide quality nursing service within diverse cultural contexts. Students in the MNS program are equipped with research and advanced nursing practice. The completion of a thesis found a major component of the program. Each student works closely with his/her advisor to foster a positive learning environment. It is the joint responsibility of the advisors and the student to work toward common goals of creating nursing models for best practice. Thesis advisors are selected to be a good match with stated interests of students. Areas of the thesis research include adult nursing, psychiatric nursing, nursing administration, aging, and advanced midwifery. The MNS students are also provided with opportunity to learn and share their experiences in other countries, such as Indonesia and Sweden. The students are strongly supported to attend international nursing conferences both in Thailand and in other countries. The Faculty of Nursing offers partial scholarships to all international MNS-students to cover expenses for accommodations throughout the program. The Faculty of Nursing also provides matching funds with KKU for full scholarships.