Graduate Program Outcomes

MSN End of Program Student Learning Outcomes

  • Incorporate communication, collaboration, and leadership skills required to advance nursing, health care and education
  • Evaluate educational needs of self and others to facilitate life-long learning to maintain competence and advance nursing practice
  • Analyze quality and safety data, regulatory, and accreditation standards to assist in the development and achievement of organizational goals
  • Develop leadership competencies that foster best practices, efficient resource utilization, and desired changes within the complex adaptive systems of health care and education
  • Synthesize political, institutional, sociocultural, ethical, legal, information, and technological concepts to improve outcomes within health care and education in a global society
  • Integrate evidence based strategies to promote professional practice and improve outcomes within organizations, patient populations, and communities
  • Integrate concepts from advanced nursing theories and related sciences to advocate for and lead initiatives that promote desired outcomes in a global society

Job Placement Rates

Obtained through alumni survey responses one year after graduation

  • Class of 2017: 100% of respondents held positions reflective of their degree
  • Class of 2016: 100% of respondents held positions reflective of their degree
  • Class of 2015: 100% of respondents held positions reflective of their degree

Program Completion Rates

Number of students who complete the program in no more than 150% of the stated nursing program length, beginning with enrollment on the first day of the first nursing course

  • Class of 2017: 100%
  • Class of 2016: 100%
  • Class of 2015 100%