Education at the baccalaureate level (BSN) prepares students to care for patients and families in hospitals but also in the community and a variety of other settings.
Upon successful completion of the BSN program, the graduate will be able to:
- Demonstrate professional behaviors in all activities.
- Engage in evidence-based clinically competent care across transitions of care.
- Exhibit cultural awareness, sensitivity, competency, and ethical behaviors in the provision of nursing care to individuals, groups, and populations within a diverse society.
- Utilize clinical judgements that incorporate reflection, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
- Implement health-promotion, risk-reduction, and disease-prevention activities for individuals, group, and populations.
- Utilize information and health care technologies to improve quality and provide safe care.
- Enact the professional role of care provider, care coordinator, and lifelong learner.
- Collaborate as a member of an interdisciplinary health care team.
- Participate as leader within the scope of professional practice.