Department of Nursing Program Objectives
- Offer a nationally accredited Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing.
- Enhance higher order thinking, communication, research, and therapeutic interventions in the practice of professional nursing.
- Promote lifelong learning activities for personal and professional development.
- Furnish a foundation for management and leadership roles in nursing.
- Prepare graduates to use Standards of Clinical Nursing Practice in a variety of settings.
- Provide a foundation for graduate education studies in nursing.
- Promote empathy for the values and perspectives of diverse cultures including an awareness of international and multicultural influences in nursing.
Graduate Outcomes - Upon Completion of the program the graduate will:
- Apply the Neuman systems model in the promotion of the person's optimal systems stability.
- Promote health by empowering the person through health education.
- Provide self-directed contemporary health care through application of the nursing process.
- Practice within the professional standards of care.
- Use current technologies in providing culturally sensitive care through primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention.
- Manage health care delivery through coordination, collaboration, and delegation.
- Integrate communication strategies in interacting with the person.
- Apply nursing and health related research to nursing practice.
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