Upon completion of the program, the graduate will be able to:
- Integrate the knowledge and science of nursing with the natural/behavioral sciences, the humanities and interprofessional education to provide holistic care for individuals, families, groups, communities or populations.
- Demonstrate the capacity to practice nursing using an evidence-based and theoretically guided framework.
- Model professional values as a nurse which reflect the integration of ethical and moral principles, social advocacy and legal standards in delivering quality care to all people.
- Utilize data from diverse sources with knowledge and skill in informatics and patient care technology to promote safety and optimal outcomes of care.
- Distinguish the components of nursing leadership and management as applied to healthcare organizations and healthy work environments.
- Model principles of self care while supporting the health and well being of diverse individuals, families, groups, communities or populations.
- Demonstrate basic knowledge of the issues concerning health care delivery to diverse individuals, families, groups, communities or populations.