The nursing program, like the profession, continues to grow and change. You'll learn the skills and also develop the professional qualities that continue to keep nursing as one of the most trusted professions. When you graduate you'll have learned how to:
- Integrate knowledge from the arts, sciences and humanities into professional nursing practice.
- Deliver high quality, patient-centered, technologically proficient care to individuals, families, groups and communities in varied settings.
- Incorporate professional values and standards into compassionate nursing practice.
- Act as effective advocates for consumers of health care and the profession of nursing, particularly in pursuit of the goals of equity, access and social justice in health care.
- Function as effective members of the health care team demonstrating excellent interprofessional communication.
- Demonstrate skills in point of care leadership, management and care coordination across settings and with varied multicultural populations.
- Participate in point of care quality and safety initiatives using outcome data to expand the evidence base for professional practice.
- Demonstrate commitment to lifelong learning and professional development.