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Master's in Nursing

Expected MSN Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will be prepared to: 

  • Integrate theories from nursing and support sciences to guide practice and role development 
  • Use evidence-based and best practice literature to propose and initiate change. 
  • Use political acumen to influence health care policy in the promotion of safe, ethical health care delivery. 
  • Deliver a broad array of evidence-based, patient-centered nursing interventions to culturally diverse or at-risk individuals and populations in a specialized area of practice. 
  • Demonstrate expertise in a specialized area of clinical, teaching, and management/administrative practice and/or initial competence in a functional role (advanced practice registered nurse [APRN], educator and administrator). 
  • Employ leadership and management skills in decision making to improve nursing care delivery and the care environment. 
  • Collaborate with the interprofessional teams to improve nursing care and health care services. 
  • Contribute to knowledge dissemination through scholarly activities and communication. 
  • Use critical synthesis to effectively manage resources and systems. 
  • Demonstrate competency in information analysis, management and technology consistent with role preparation. 
  • Engage in lifelong learning and professional development.