Programs Goals, Outcomes, and Technical Standards
Bachelor of Science in Nursing for LPNS
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B.S. in Nursing End of Program Student Learning Outcomes
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduate:
- Synthesizes knowledge from the arts and sciences and from nursing theory, practice, and evidence-based research to provide and to manage the health care needs of diverse community populations, patients, and families across the continuum of health care.
- Uses professional nursing judgment, informed by Christian principles, moral and ethical reasoning, professional nursing standards, and evidence-based practice, to promote health, prevent disease, and provide safe, competent, whole-person nursing care across the continuum of health care.
- Is a compassionate and conscientious nurse who serves humanity and the profession of nursing in the spirit of Christian caring.
- Uses written, verbal, nonverbal, and emerging technological methods to communicate effectively in the provision, management, and coordination of health care across the life span.
- Functions as a collaborative member of the interdisciplinary health care team to promote health, prevent disease, and provide evidence-based nursing care to individuals, families, communities, and populations across the continuum of health care.
- Incorporates leadership and management skills and an understanding of organizations to promote safety and quality care for individuals, families, communities, and populations.
- Designs care based upon an understanding of how regulatory policies and economic, political, and sociocultural forces directly and indirectly influence the health care system and professional nursing practice.
- Engages in learning-centered experiences that promote lifelong personal and professional growth within the scope of baccalaureate nursing practice.