BSN students matriculating in Fall 2019 and later
- Demonstrates the ability to integrate principles of evidence-based practice and quality improvement to deliver safe patient-centered care.
- Exhibits leadership skills to optimize health care outcomes, influence health policy, and advance the nursing profession.
- Demonstrates clinical reasoning that promotes a culture of quality and safety to individuals, families, and populations.
- Collaborates with interprofessional teams, fostering open communication and shared decision making to ensure safe, high quality, and cost-effective care.
- Integrates behaviors, values, and the professional code that reflects the nursing profession.
- Explains the benefits of utilizing health care information systems and technologies to promote safe, patient-centered care and support decision making.
- Recognizes the individual as a full partner in coordinating care that promotes health and well-being based on respect of their preferences, values, and needs.
BSN Student Learning Outcomes
BSN students matriculating prior to Fall 2019
- 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