At the conclusion of the master’s program, graduates will be able to:
- Apply advanced assessment strategies and critical thinking to develop, implement and evaluate interventions and/or management strategies that improve health outcomes.
- Integrate best current evidence with clinical expertise and patient/family preferences and values for delivery of optimal health care.
- Link theory, research and clinical practice in the care of patients, families, and communities
- Function as an effective leader or member of the interdisciplinary care team.
- Demonstrate a broad understanding of and respect for diversity in healthcare environments.
- Use a reflective, ethical, and scholarly approach to advance nursing practice.
- Integrate information technology in care management, collaboration, education, and decision-making.
- Contribute to improvements in the quality and safety of health care systems within the context of historical, political, and economic forces.
- Participate in professional development and life-long learning.