Program Outcomes

The Baccalaureate program prepares the graduate to:

  • Use knowledge from liberal and interdisciplinary problem focused education as a basis for nursing practice.
  • Use knowledge and skills in leadership, quality improvement and patient safety to provide high quality healthcare.
  • Engage in a systematic process of evaluation, translation, and application of scientific evidence to inform nursing practice.
  • Recognize the role of information management and patient care technologies to improve patient care outcomes.
  • Examine how healthcare policies, including financial and regulatory, influence healthcare systems and nursing practices.
  • Integrate interprofessional communication and collaborative skills to optimize holistic patient care.
  • Apply health promotion, disease and injury prevention strategies to improve population health.
  • Promote professionalism and model the values of altruism, autonomy, caring, human dignity, integrity and social justice in nursing practice.
  • Synthesize previous and newly acquired knowledge, theory, skills, and attitudes to address health care needs of culturally diverse individuals and populations across the continuum of healthcare environments.