Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Master of Science in Nursing programs, graduates are prepared to do the following:

  • Synthesize knowledge from nursing and related disciplines to design, implement, and evaluate health services, educational offerings, program resources, and research
  • Engage in multidisciplinary communication to facilitate intervention systems, scientific inquiry, education, and collaboration/negotiation that will positively influence health care outcomes
  • Provide and advocate for compassionate, high-quality, cost-effective, holistic nursing care in diverse settings within communities and health systems
  • Use evidence-based intervention and educational strategies to promote, maintain, and restore health, or provide end-of-life care
  • Integrate into role implementation the legal principles and professional and ethical values essential to nursing
  • Serve as a leader in advancing health care by promoting expert nursing practice and education through collegial relationships
  • Promote practice and education models that are respectful of diversity and pluralism, and are based on knowledge of the policies and political issues that influence outcomes of care
  • Develop a personal practice model that incorporates a commitment to lifelong learning and the advancement of the art and science of nursing
  • Engage in the development of contemporary nursing strategies and models that reflect emerging nursing practice

Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.)

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