The Graduate Diploma Dermatology is a two-year part-time programme designed to meet the professional development needs of nurses/midwives caring for people experiencing skin conditions and related disorders in clinical settings.
The Graduate Diploma in Dermatology Nursing is aimed at the professional preparation of registered nurses who wish to specialise in dermatological nursing.
The Graduate Diploma in Dermatology Nursing is aimed at the professional preparation of registered nurses who wish to specialise in dermatological nursing. This programme is designed to meet the professional development needs of nurses/midwives caring for people experiencing skin conditions and related disorders in clinical settings.
Core modules take place in UCD in Year 1. You will also be required to attend lectures for the specialist modules in Year 2.
A wide range of teaching methods includes large and small group lecturing, online and tutorials. Clinical teaching is done by specialists who workwith you to help you apply theory to practice. Clinical placements provide excellent opportunities to learn from experts in practice hospitals and/or within your own hospital. You will also have the opportunity to attend multi-disciplinary team meetings and tutorials, and engage in supervised practice.
The programme entry requirements are as follows:
The programme code you require is X879. Please visit www.ucd.ie/apply and search for your programme. You will be required to complete an online application form and upload supporting documentation. Once you have submitted the online form, your application will be reviewed and you will be contacted within a short period.
PLEASE NOTE - THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION DOCUMENTS IS 01 AUGUST 2020
Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) applications must be submitted online through your SISWeb account.
There are two instances in which you can apply to have recognised prior learning taken into account when applying for a programme in UCD.
1. RPL for admission to a UCD programme
If you are a prospective student seeking admission to UCD and you do not meet the required admissions criteria as set down for a particular programme of study in UCD, you may apply to be admitted based on prior learning.
2. RPL for exemption from a module or modules on a UCD programme
If you have been accepted onto a UCD programme and wish to have credit transferred towards the requirements of the UCD programme of study, you may apply for RPL from a module or modules.
When applying for RPL, please note the following:
TO APPLY FOR RPL PLEASE CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK: https://sisweb.ucd.ie/usis/W_HU_MENU.P_PUBLISH?p_tag=APPLY
Please read the UCD Policy on Recognition of Prior Learning at this link: UCD Policy on Recognition of Prior Learning