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Application & Entry
Applications should be made online between 01.12.
and 15.01. via our homepage www.ksfh.de.
The course is modular. The modules dealing
with theory and practice are spread over the
first three semesters. The Masters Dissertation
is written in the fourth semester.
Number of Places
There are 25 places available.
4 semesters including the Masters Dissertation.
Information regarding the application process
the Admissions Office, Department Munich
Telephone (089)48092- 1276
Katholische Stiftungsfachhochschule München
Sekretariat des Fachbereichs Pflege
Telephone (089)48092- 1294
Master of Science (MSc)
Costs per semester
52,– EUR Student Association and
59,– EUR Contribution to student season ticket.
Information at www.semesterticket-muenchen.de
A Bachelor degree or the German Diplom in
Nursing or Health Science or another related
subject which has been studied for a minimum
of six semesters and with an average mark of
2.5 or better.
Organisation und Studienverlauf
Lena Heyelmann, M.A.
Telephone (089)48092- 1410
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Nursing Science –
Innovative Care Concept
Prof. Dr. Bernd Reuschenbach
Telephone (089)48092- 1231
Stand: Oktober 2014
The course begins once a year in the summer
The Katholische Stiftungsfachhochschule München is a state recognized university which is
church maintained. The university offers scientific
and practice-oriented studies within the Christian
ethos. The Department of Nursing has 12 full-time
professors who are supported in teaching and
research by a large team of national and international experts from various fields.
At the end of the course
• you will be able to develop ideas for an improved
provision of patient care and implement your vision of user oriented care
• you will have acquired extensive research skills
enabling you to work on projects and in scientific
administrative positions or to participate in a doctoral programme.
• you will be able to assess, manage and effect
changes in the health care system.
• Working as a coordinator, setting up new
models of care in various areas of the
• Working as a researcher, carrying out nursing research in establishments within the
health care system
• Coordinating nursing research and development in ministries and authorities
• Participating in research projects
• Master thesis
The Consecutive Nursing
Aim of the Course
• Research Ethics and
• Praxis Link 3
er The research-oriented degree programme provides in-depth theoretical and methodological
skills necessary for developing, implementing,
and evaluating innovative approaches to
health care. Subjects in the first two semesters
include theories and knowledge regarding
innovation and implementation processes,
as well as legal and economic requirements
of the healthcare system. They form the basis
for initiating change management in various
fields of practice. The course also provides an
extensive range of scientific data collection
and analysis methods which can be put into
practice during three work placements.
Studying at the KSFH
• Innovative Care Concepts
• Data Collection an
• Management and Law
• Praxis Link 2
• Epistomology and
• Data Collection an Analysis I
• Forms of Care and Governance
within Health Care Systems
• Praxis Link 1
Details of the course contents: