At the completion of the Masters degree in Nursing Education program, the graduate will:
- Synthesize knowledge from nursing, related sciences, and education to fully analyze, design, implement, and evaluate nursing care.
- Select and implement appropriate advanced leadership skills and critical decision making in the provision of healthcare team coordination, and the oversight and accountability for care delivery and outcomes.
- Appraise and recommend quality improvement methods, tools, performance measures, and standards to ensure patient safety.
- Integrate theory, evidence, clinical judgment, research, and inter-professional perspectives to improve patient outcomes.
- Analyze current and emerging healthcare information systems and patient care technology to optimize patient safety, cost-effectiveness, and quality health outcomes.
- Interpret the effect of legal and regulatory processes, and ethical principles on nursing practice, healthcare delivery, and quality patient outcomes
- Collaborate directly with other healthcare professionals to improve patient and population health outcomes.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of health promotion and disease prevention interventions that affect individual and population-based health outcomes.
- Synthesize learning and teaching theories and principles to design, implement, and evaluate health education programs for individuals or groups in a variety of settings.