Program Outcomes

 A student looking down the throat of a sim patient.
A student looking in someones ear.
 A nursing student practicing using an IV
 A nursing student practicing on a patient.
A student checking a patients vitals.
The professor helping a student learn how to take a patients vitals.
A student taking a patients blood pressure.
The professional nurse graduate of the Baccalaureate Program will be able to:
  1. Synthesize knowledge from liberal education, the sciences, and nursing to address the diverse health needs of individuals, families, and communities across the lifespan.
  2. Integrate nursing research, evidence based practice and quality improvement principles in the provision of patient-centered and population-focused care.
  3. Apply knowledge of health care policy, technology and information management in providing safe care within an evolving healthcare environment.
  4. Employ effective leadership and communication skills that promote interprofessional collaboration and mutually beneficial partnerships.
  5. Practice with accountability and professionalism to promote health, prevent disease, and provide nursing care across the continuum of healthcare environments.