Master of Science in Nursing

Outcomes

At the conclusion of the Master o fScience in NursingProgram, the graduate will be able to:

  1. Integrate knowledge from nursing and related arts and sciences in the design and delivery of patient-centered, population-focused care.
  2. Apply concepts of organizational and systems leadership to facilitate coordination of interprofessional care to improve patient and organizational outcomes.
  3. Design quality improvement and safety initiatives that enhance system efficiency and reliability and optimize health outcomes.
  4. Apply research/best practice evidence in nursing leadership and practice to enhance care and improve outcomes of nursing.
  5. Apply informatics and health care technologies to enhance patient care and outcomes of nursing practice.
  6. Use effective communication and collaborative strategies within the interprofessional team to improve health outcomes.
  7. Incorporate culturally competent care strategies for prevention, wellness, and risk reduction for individuals and populations.
  8. Engage in policy development, fiscal management, and advocacy to improve health outcomes.
  9. Influence health outcomes through master’s-level nursing practice that emphasizes patient-centeredness, coordination and population-focused care.
 

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