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Baccalaureate Nursing Program
Overview and Outcomes
The undergraduate nursing curriculum prepares professional nurses to work in a variety of settings, building upon a foundation of liberal arts, sciences and nursing.
Upon completion, BSN graduates will be able to:
- Assume responsibility for leadership and management within healthcare systems that are influenced by health care policy, economics, and regulatory environments.
- Utilize theoretical and research evidence to inform practice and make clinical judgements in collaboration with other team members.
- Demonstrate competency in integrating innovations in patient care technology while maintaining the patient as the focus of care.
- Communicate and collaborate effectively while working with individuals, families, groups, populations and the health care team to improve health care outcomes.
- Demonstrate values consistent with the practice of professional nursing, including caring, honesty, civility, social justice, and respect for all persons.
- Demonstrate knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to provide safe, competent nursing care with diverse populations across the life span.