Student Learning Outcomes

  • Teaches and counsels individuals, families, and other groups about health, illness, and health-seeking behaviors

  • Critiques and applies research findings to clinical practice

  • Provides direct patient care and assumes leadership roles in directing nursing care to individuals, groups, and families

  • Participates and assumes beginning leadership roles

  • Uses principles of ethics and the professional code as a framework for decision-making

  • Works effectively as a member of an interdisciplinary health care team

  • Uses effective communication techniques with diverse clients, colleagues, and information systems

  • Describes process of health care policy development

BSN Program Contacts

Program Director:

Amy Bieda, PhD, APRN, PNP­-NC, NNP-­BC

Assistant Director:

Beverly Capper, MSN, RNC-NIC

Department Assistant:

Patricia Flynn

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