Graduates of the Master of Science in Nursing program are prepared to:
- Integrate evidence-based practice to provide timely, compassionate, ethical, and culturally responsive, person-centered advanced nursing care.
- Use information systems and technology in the coordination of advanced nursing care.
- Role model the dimensions of wellness for peers, individuals, families and communities.
- Integrate nursing and health theories with evidence-based practice to enhance the innovative design and deliver of health care.
- Use appropriate quality improvement models to promote safe and cost-effective desired health outcomes and wellness.
- Apply leadership principles to promote change in health care and health policy at local and regional levels.
- Engage in interprofessional partnerships and community engagement to meet the diverse health care needs in local, regional, national and/or global communities.
- Advocate for evidence-based independent and collaborative advanced nursing practice as well as the role of advanced nursing practice in health care.