Student Learning and Program Outcomes
Student Learning Outcomes
Students who earn a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing will:
- Utliize theories from humanities, natural, social and nursing sciences to focus on the recipients of patient care.
- Employ the nursing process in any setting and with all age groups to assess health status and to assist in the promotion, restoration and/or maintenance of optimum health.
- Use evidence-based findings to improve the quality of nursing care.
- Apply knowledge and skills of information management and technology in nursing practice.
- Participate in identifying community and societal needs for health care of client system.
- Provide leadership in defining community and societal needs for health care of the client system.
- Collaborate with consumers and colleagues to support changes in overall health behaviors and health care delivery for the welfare of society.
- Practice nursing in accordance with legal rights and ethical responsibilities.
- Demonstrate a commitment to personal and professional development.
Graduates’ first-time success rate on licensure exam: 80% (March, 2015 – March, 2016)
Students’ completion rate in the nursing program: 2015 graduates 79.5% completion rate in 3 years from beginning of nursing course sequence; 84% completion rate at 4 years
Job Placement Rate: 100% for 2015 graduates seeking employment or admission to graduate school