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Learning Outcomes

Student Outcomes associated with the Master’s of Science Program. Graduates will be able to:

  1. Lead and participate in interprofessional collaborative team practice. 
  2. Critically appraise, synthesize, and use the best evidence to resolve problems.
  3. Seek innovative quality and safety solutions through the application of system principles in project development, strategic planning, and ethical decision-making.
  4. Build inclusive partnerships across stakeholders using effective and culturally sensitive communication strategies.
  5. Apply principles of cost-effective health care management and strategic policy planning to the decision-making process.
  6. Engage in political and health care advocacy to mitigate disparities and inequities.
  7. Leverage technologies to facilitate solutions to improve health outcomes and optimize the health experience.

Student Outcomes associated with Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program.  Graduates will be able to: 

  1. Innovate in nurse leadership roles as nurse practitioners, nurse executives,nurse leaders or nurse mentors;
  2. Fill health policy,quality improvement science and research roles;
  3. Collaborate with multidisciplinary team and stakeholder health care providers and health care organizations;
  4. Lead organizationa lsystems and health care business and ļ¬nancial operations; and
  5. Work in advanced clinical practice.

Student Outcomes associated with PhD Program.  Graduates will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate the core program values in all scholarly endeavors
  2. Apply philosophical and theoretical principles to scholarly inquiry
  3. Design, conduct and disseminate independent and collaborative research
  4. Critique and synthesize knowledge to advance nursing science and human health
  5. Assume leadership roles in research, education, policy, administration and/or professional practice.