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Program Outcomes

The baccalaureate program in nursing prepares students to

1. synthesize theory and research-based knowledge from nursing, the humanities, and sociocultural and biobehavioral sciences to understand self, others, and societies as a basis for professional nursing;

2. communicate effectively in all forms and formats with clients, peers, and other health professionals;

3. implement the nursing practice roles of provider of care, care manager/coordinator, and member of the nursing profession to promote quality health care;

4. evaluate and utilize health data and research findings for nursing practice;

5. demonstrate a commitment to an ethical, personal, and professional value system;

6. provide culturally competent nursing care that demonstrates knowledge and respect for diverse groups;

7. apply knowledge regarding social, political, economic, and historical issues to the analysis of societal, professional, and health problems;

8. maintain professional competency and develop plans for continuing education;

9. pursue advanced nursing education.


 
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