School of Nursing

Baccalaureate Program Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate effectiveness in planning and providing holistic evidence-based nursing care for diverse individuals and populations.
  2. Create an environment for the provision of care within clinical microsystems with attention to quality, safety, information systems and health care ethics.
  3. Use clinical reasoning, critical thinking, and ethical decision-making based on nursing science, related theory, and current evidence, to inform the delivery of care across the lifespan.
  4. Participate in inter- and intra-professional communication and collaboration in partnership with individuals and populations to deliver evidence-based, patient-centered care.
  5. Translate knowledge from research, benchmarking, quality improvement and other relevant sources into practice to address health related problems.
  6. Synthesize knowledge from the humanities and sciences in developing and providing care that is guided by the values of altruism, autonomy, human dignity, integrity, global citizenship, and social justice.
  7. Demonstrate professional growth, through the cultivation of self-awareness, responsibility, accountability, creativity, leadership and commitment to lifelong learning.
  8. Advocate for patients, consumers and the nursing profession through involvement in the political process, and health/patient care policies and practices.