Bachelor of Science in Nursing
N. Bush, C. Bledsoe, T. Clark, K. Clevenger, S. Johnson, M. McClave, E. Mowbray, V. Sammons
Upon completion of the Baccalaureate Nursing Program (BNP), the graduate will be able to demonstrate the role of the professional nurse by:
- Demonstrating the application of critical thinking skills through the nursing process in the planning and provision of nursing care.
- Communicating effectively in a variety of spoken, written, and technological formats.
- Demonstrating competence, initiative, and commitment to the nursing profession.
- Integrating current scientific knowledge, nursing theory and nursing research to deliver quality health care in accordance with the ANA Standards of Care and Code of Ethics for Nurses.
- Assuming leadership roles within interdisciplinary health care teams and the profession of nursing.
- Providing compassionate, sensitive, spiritual and culturally appropriate nursing care for patients at any stage of the life span.
- Analyzing global issues in the context of cultural diversity.
- Creating a health care environment that is conducive to wellness and health promotion.
Standardized examinations in specific nursing areas
National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses upon graduation
BNP surveys of graduates and employers