Graduates are prepared to:
- Administer effective and ethical individual patient care, utilizing human needs as a foundation for assessing behaviors.
- Assign priorities to desired nursing assessments and interventions based on desired outcomes and planning needs.
- Incorporate knowledge of cultural, religious, and socioeconomic factors to provide nursing care for individuals in a variety of healthcare settings.
- Coordinate, delegate, and prioritize the delivery of care aimed at meeting the needs of patients, communities of patients, and their families.
- Practice collaboratively within the RN scope of practice, legal, and ethical frameworks, and within national and state standards of nursing practice.
- Use communication that is effective and therapeutic, along with technology, to implement problem solving processes in the evidence-based delivery of patient care.