Upon completion of the Nursing Program the student will:

  1. Describe how a personal philosophy of caring as a mode of being can affect health outcomes.
  2. Demonstrate application of nursing knowledge and skill to promote health, prevent illness, and manage care in individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations across the lifespan.
  3. Effectively communicate as care giver, educator, advocate, and professional.
  4. Recognize and respect the unique perspectives of all individuals by valuing oneself and others of diverse backgrounds and cultures.
  5. Apply principles of leadership to collaborate intraprofessionally and interdisciplinarily.
  6. Incorporate technology and informatics in the research, delivery, and evaluation of care.
  7. Describe the importance of theory in the development of nursing knowledge and evidence-based practice.
  8. Understand the impact of social, political, and economic influences on the access and delivery of health care locally, nationally, and globally.
  9. Utilize critical thinking and problem-solving skills to deliver competent, patient-centered care.
  10. Demonstrate professionalism and commitment to the School of Health Sciences core values, which include ethics, integrity, responsibility, accountability, and life-long learning.