The normal duration of study is four semesters (2 years) for full-time study and six semesters (3 years) for part-time study. The maximum duration for full-time study is ten semesters (5 years) and fourteen semesters (7 years) for part-time study.
The programme shall be conducted by course work, examinations and thesis. A student is required to take, and pass, a minimum of 42 credits in order to graduate. These credits are distributed as 30 credits of course work and 12 credits for thesis.
An applicant seeking admission to the programme must have a a Bachelor in Nursing Science (BNSc) degree from the University of Eswatini or any other recognized institution, with at least a second-class, second division pass (2ii) and at least a C grade (60%) in Medical Surgical Nursing or Community Health Nursing or any other recognized equivalent qualification.
The University Calendar provides comprehensive information on the entry requirements and programme structure.