The graduate of this nursing program will be prepared to:
- Synthesize knowledge of the human experience and responses to health, disease, and illness in the practice of professional nursing.
Cultivate attitudes and skills necessary to think critically, use clinical reasoning, manage information, and assume accountability for
- Provide competent, culturally sensitive care to protect, promote, and optimize health and alleviate suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human responses in the care of individuals, families, communities, and population.
- Collaborate effectively in the conduct of nursing practice.
- Use management and leadership skills across the continuum of care to create a culture of safe, accessible, cost-effective, quality healthcare.
- Engage in ethical reasoning and actions to promote advocacy, collaboration, and social justice as a responsible citizen.
- Develop an identity of self and nurse as inextricably bound and evolving within a complex, diverse world.