Graduate school programs

Master's Degree Program

The Master's Degree Program of Nursing at Kitasato University aims to develop high level of specialized skills in the fields of academic and practical nursing by further advancement of continuous nursing education.

The curriculum is designed to provide deeper and more specialized academic knowledge and to train professionals who can utilize research skills as well as deliver advanced specialism in their chosen field. Our Master's Degree program consists of the following 9 specialized areas with the objective of training staff who can actively serve in practical, research and educational fields. We also provide this program so that we can contribute to improving the quality of nursing and to solving current issues in nursing practice.

  • Fundamentals of Nursing
  • Infection Control Nursing
  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Oncology Nursing
  • Child Health Nursing
  • Women's Health Nursing
  • Gerontological Nursing
  • Psychiatric Nursing
  • Community & Family Systems Nursing

List of the Subjects in Master's Degree Program

  • Advanced Nursing Education
  • Nursing Art
  • Topics in Neuroscience
  • Lifelong Nursing Education
  • Health Administration
  • Basic Cell Biology and Histology
  • Fundamentals of Nursing (Seminar)
  • Fundamentals of Nursing Research
  • Infection Control Nursing (I-V)
  • Infection Control Nursing (Seminar I, II)
  • Infection Control Nursing (Practicum I-III)
  • Infection Control Nursing Study for Certified Nurse Specialists (CNS)
  • Infection Control Nursing Research
  • Critical Care Nursing (I-V)
  • Critical Care Nursing (Seminar I, II)
  • Critical Care Nursing (Practicum I-III)
  • Critical Care Nursing Research for CNS
  • Critical Care Nursing Research
  • Oncology Nursing (I-V)
  • Oncology Nursing (Seminar I-IV)
  • Oncology Nursing (Practicum I, II)
  • Oncology Nursing Research for CNS
  • Oncology Nursing Research
  • Child Health Nursing (I-IV)
  • Child Health Nursing (Seminar)
  • Child Health Nursing (Practicum)
  • Child Health Nursing Research (I, II)
  • Maternal Health Nursing (I-IV)
  • Maternal Health Nursing (Seminar)
  • Maternal Health Nursing (Practicum)
  • Maternal Health Nursing Research (I, II)
  • Women's Health Nursing (I-V)
  • Women's Health Nursing (Seminar I, II)
  • Women's Health Nursing (Practicum I-III)
  • Women's Health Nursing Research for CNS
  • Women's Health Nursing Research
  • Gerontological Nursing (I-V)
  • Gerontological Nursing (Seminar I, II)
  • Gerontological Nursing (Practice I, II)
  • Gerontological Nursing Research for CNS
  • Gerontological Nursing Research
  • Psychiatric Care Nursing (I-IV)
  • Psychiatric Care Nursing (Seminar)
  • Psychiatric Care Nursing (Practicum)
  • Psychiatric Care Nursing Research (I, II)
  • Community & Family Systems Nursing (I-IV)
  • Community & Family Systems Nursing (Seminar)
  • Community & Family Systems Nursing Research
  • Nursing Research Methods
  • Nursing Ethics
  • Theoretical Nursing
  • Advanced Nursing Management
  • International Care in Nursing
  • Advanced Nursing Informatics
  • Consultation in Nursing
  • Clinical Pharmacology for Advanced Nursing Practice
  • Physical Assessment
  • Pathophysiology

Doctoral Degree Program

The Doctoral Degree Program in Nursing is designed to provide a course to develop advanced research skills and more specialized aptitudes as well as to train professionals who will serve in the educational and research development at an institution. Students will be able to serve in practical, research and educational healthcare settings as specialized nurses or as nurse administrators.

The Doctoral Degree Program consist of the following 7 areas of study and aims to prepare students to serve as training educators, researchers and highly specialized practitioners who can manage the healthcare needs in a modern society. The students will contribute to extending the quality of nursing in educational institutions as well as in the field of nursing practices.

  • Infection Control Nursing
  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Oncology Nursing
  • Family Nursing I
  • Family Nursing II
  • Lifelong Nursing Education
  • Nursing Infomatics

List of the Subjects in Doctoral Degree Program

  • Infection Care (Theory)
  • Infection Care (Methodology)
  • Critical Care (Theory)
  • Critical Care (Methodology)
  • Oncological Care (Theory)
  • Oncological Care (Methodology)
  • Family Nursing I (Theory)
  • Family Nursing I (Methodology)
  • Family Nursing II (Theory)
  • Family Nursing II (Methodology)
  • Lifelong Nursing Education (Theory)
  • Lifelong Nursing Education (Methodology)

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