Student learning outcomes for the Traditional BSN program enable the graduate to:
- Synthesize knowledge from a liberal education in communication, human experience, scientific literacy, analysis, and global society.
- Communicate using an ongoing interactive process that builds therapeutic interpersonal and inter-professional relationships for an increasingly interconnected healthcare environment.
- Apply the nursing process to provide patient-centered, evidence-based, clinically competent, contemporary professional nursing care.
- Apply critical thinking skills to support excellence in nursing practice and to provide comprehensive, compassionate, evidence-based nursing care across the life span.
- Promote healthy lifestyles through health education, health promotion strategies and population-focused interventions.
- Comprehend system-based practice and its impact on safe, quality patient care within the scope of professional nursing practice.
- Apply leadership and management skills in the provision of safe, quality and cost-effective care in the continuum of healthcare environments.
- Exercise innovative inquiry in the use of information and patient care technology with knowledge based on research for the improvement in patient outcomes.
- Practice within the values, ethics, and legal standards of professional nursing.
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