STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE UNDERGRADUATE NURSING PROGRAMS
At the completion of the program, the student will do the following:
- Utilize research-based, theoretical, scientific, and clinical knowledge from nursing and other disciplines as a basis for nursing practice and policy development.
- Implement culturally appropriate strategies for health promotion, risk reduction, and disease prevention for diverse individuals, families, groups, and communities across the life span.
- Provide safe nursing care to address complex needs of patients and caregivers throughout the course of illness, healing, and rehabilitation.
- Use clinical judgment and decision-making skills when assessing the health status of individuals and families and evaluating their response to health care.
- Demonstrate competency when providing, coordinating, collaborating, and managing nursing care in various environments and health-care delivery systems.
- Engage in partnerships with individuals, families, communities, and health-care professionals to promote health and prevent disease.
- Evaluate nursing and health-care services based on ethical, legal, professional, and evidence-based policy and practice standards.
- Value self-directed learning for continuing professional development.
- Practice as a change agent in health-care delivery systems particularly to promote quality accessible care for vulnerable and underserved populations.
- Use information and practice technologies to support evidence-based nursing practices that reduce healthcare errors and improve access to cost-effective quality healthcare.
- Demonstrate readiness for professional nurse licensure examination through achieving benchmarks and remediating individual performance to curriculum standards in classroom and nationally normed standardized examinations.