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Expected Learning Outcomes
College of Nursing
M.S. in Nursing
The purpose of the Master¿s programs is to prepare individuals for advanced nursing roles in a variety of specialty tracks, including teaching, informatics, nursing leadership, and psychiatric mental-health nursing.
- Use advanced knowledge and skills to develop/implement an advanced nursing role in a specialized area.
- Integrate advanced knowledge and skills to assure (provide) high quality care for individuals, families, and population groups.
- Exercise leadership to influence positively the development, implementation, and evaluation of health policy and health care delivery.
- Demonstrate professionalism as evidenced by participation and leadership in professional organizations, community service, and commitment to lifelong learning.
- Promote interdisciplinary collaboration toward the improvement of health care delivery, education, research, and service.