BSN Program Outcomes

At the completion of the baccalaureate program the student will demonstrate the following:

  1. Apply knowledge from the liberal arts and sciences to professional nursing practice.
  2. Analyze and apply evidence from research and other information sources as a basis for nursing practice.
  3. Apply knowledge and skills in using information systems and a range of patient-care technologies to facilitate delivery of safe, quality patient care.
  4. Advocate for financial and regulatory healthcare policies, processes, and environments that improve the nature and functioning of the healthcare delivery system and nursing practice.
  5. Collaborate and communicate effectively with healthcare professionals to promote positive working relationships, improve patient health outcomes, and deliver safe, quality patient care.
  6. Apply knowledge and skills of organizational and systems leadership, quality improvement and patient safety in promoting safe, quality care for diverse patients across healthcare systems and environments.
  7. Assess factors that influence health and apply culturally appropriate health promotion and disease prevention to diverse individuals and populations.
  8. Demonstrate consistent application of nursing’s professional standards of moral, ethical, and legal conduct.
  9. Integrate the knowledge, skills, and attitudes expected of baccalaureate prepared nurses to provide professional nursing care to diverse patients and populations across the lifespan, healthcare settings, and healthcare environments.