BSN Student Outcomes
Graduates of the BSN programs will be able to:
- Ensure delivery of safe quality nursing care to diverse individuals, families, groups, communities and populations throughout the lifespan and across systems of care.
- Integrate theoretical and scientific knowledge gained from natural and social sciences and culture, society and the liberal arts into nursing.
- Demonstrate leadership and teamwork skills across systems of care to promote quality health outcomes.
- Use the best evidence from multiple ways of knowing to inform practice to make clinical judgments, solve problems and address systems improvements.
- Demonstrate a basic understanding of how health care policy, regulation, resource stewardship, technology and economics impact nursing practice and quality health outcomes.
- Use effective interprofessional communication and collaboration strategies to promote quality health outcomes.
- Apply health promotion and disease prevention strategies to diverse individuals, families, groups, communities and populations to promote quality health outcomes.
- Demonstrate professional values fundamental to the discipline of nursing.
Nursing is a practice discipline with cognitive, sensory, affective and psychomotor performance requirements. The Program Technical Standards are used to assist students in determining whether accommodations or modifications are necessary and provide an objective measure upon which informed decisions can be based about whether students can participate in the nursing program.