As a student of this program, you’ll develop self-awareness, communication skills, and the ability to form collaborative relationships with both clients and colleagues.
You’ll develop your knowledge through simulations, small group study, traditional large group lectures and a number of innovative teaching and learning methodologies.
You’ll also participate in a nursing practice every term to help you develop your professional practice competencies in hospital and community based health care settings as well as in other nontraditional settings.
As a graduate of this program, you’ll begin your career with a strong foundation in nursing theory that includes critical social and phenomenological perspectives in combination with health knowledge of anatomy and physiology, pharmacology and nutrition. You’ll have a broad set of professional practice competencies that will position you to be successful across diverse practice settings.
With an understanding of the health care system and self-directed learning skills to keep your nursing knowledge current throughout your career, you’ll be a health care professional who knows how to lead and influence the health care profession.
See the Undergraduate Calendar or the Curriculum Overview snapshot.