Nursing M.S.N. Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the M.S.N. program, graduates will be able to:

  • Translate theoretical knowledge from the sciences and humanities into the delivery of advanced nursing care to diverse populations;
  • Utilize organizational and systems leadership strategies to promote high quality and safe care to individuals, families, groups, and communities;
  • Integrate theory and evidence based practice principles to optimize patient care;
  • Incorporate informatics and health care technologies to deliver, coordinate and optimize health care;
  • Analyze the influence of health care policy development, regulation, and finance on health care organizations and delivery systems;
  • Apply principles of interprofessional collaboration to improve patient and population health outcomes;
  •  Design preventive clinical strategies to promote health and reduce the risk of disease and chronic illness;
  • Demonstrate advanced practice competencies in the delivery of safe, quality care to diverse populations; and
  • Integrate professional and ethical standards in advanced nursing practice