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Student Outcomes

Student Outcomes of the BSN Program

The baccalaureate program prepares the graduate to:

  1. Provide safe and high-quality nursing care across a continuum of healthcare environments.
  2. Use evidence based research, informatics, and technologies in nursing practice to improve the health of diverse populations.
  3. Explore the impact of socio-cultural, economic, legal and political factors that shape healthcare delivery and professional nursing practice.
  4. Communicate and collaborate effectively both inter-professionally and intra-professionally.
  5. Implement clinical prevention and health promotion strategies to improve patient health outcomes.
  6. Demonstrate professional values and ethical behaviors in all dimensions of nursing practice.

Student Outcomes of the MSN Program:

  1. Integrate knowledge and theories from nursing and related disciplines into advanced nursing practice roles.
  2. Translate best research evidence, informatics, and technologies into advanced nursing practice to improve health and provide safe, high quality, cost-effective care to diverse populations.
  3. Practice advanced nursing independently and collaboratively with healthcare teams to address complex situations and coordinate care.
  4. Employ advocacy strategies from an advanced practice perspective to shape policy that influences health and healthcare.
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