Program Outcomes

Graduates of the Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing program outcomes:

  1. Caring: Provide compassionate, sensitive, and competent care to diverse patient/clients.
  2. Ethics: Use an ethical decision-making process in practice that incorporates respect for diverse values and beliefs
  3. Professionalism: Apply a value based system incorporating professional and legal standards to guide interaction with patients/clients, colleagues, faculty, other health professionals, and the public.
  4. Health Promotion: Use strategies for health promotion, risk reduction and disease prevention across the life span.
  5. Illness/ Disease Management: Assess and manage physical and psychosocial signs and symptoms related to disease and treatment across the lifespan to enhance quality of life.
  6. Design and Coordination of Care: Develop, coordinate and manage care in conjunction with the patient/client and other disciplines.

Graduates of the Master of Science in Nursing program outcomes:

  1. Design & Coordination: Synthesize advanced knowledge from Nursing and related disciplines in the delivery of advanced nursing practice.
  2. Illness & disease Management: Demonstrate competence in providing evidenced-based healthcare to diverse populations.
  3. Leadership: Demonstrate leadership activities to influence health policy and/or improve the healthcare delivery system
  4. Translation: Advance the discipline and practice of nursing through participation, interpretation and translation of research into practice
  5. Ethics & Professionalism: Demonstrate continued professional and ethical development

Graduates of the Doctor in Nursing program outcomes:

  1. Analyze: Use evidence from nursing science with evidence from other relevant scientific disciplines to form a scientific foundation for advanced practice in nursing.
  2. Integrate: Apply clinical scholarship, scientific evidence, and analytical methods to improve health care outcomes
  3. Develop & Evaluate: Implementate systems to enhance safety and quality of healthcare.
  4. Advocacy: Participate in collaborative interdisciplinary efforts to improve health outcomes at the practice/organization, community, state and national levels.
  5. Cultivate: Engage in culturally competent and ethically sound advanced nursing practice.
  6. Leadership: Demonstrate leadership in the improvement of patient outcomes and transformation of health care delivery.
  7. Process Improvement: Directly manage complex health problems of clients or develop and implement organizational systems to facilitate access and navigation of the health care system