Nursing Program Outcomes
The objective of the program is to prepare registered nurses with a Master of Science degree with a major in nursing who will practice in advanced roles as nurse educators, leaders/managers, or population-based care coordinators. Master's-prepared nurses are professionals with specialized knowledge and skills that are applied within a broad range of patient populations in a variety of practice settings.
Upon completion of the Master of Science in Nursing, graduates will be able to
- Advance the scholarship and discipline of nursing through the acquisition and dissemination of new nursing knowledge.
- Demonstrate advanced mastery of nursing theory, evidence-based practice, service, and research based upon a multidisciplinary theoretical foundation.
- Analyze advanced roles in nursing as educators, leaders, and managers in a variety of settings: academic environments, health care agencies, political systems, and in the public and private sectors.
- Advocate for the nursing profession through demonstration of personal accountability, responsibility for advanced nursing practice and professional role modeling and mentoring.
- Synthesize knowledge of decision-making skills and change theory to promote excellence in nursing practice within a dynamic and global health care system.