Nursing-Associate Degree Program Outcomes

Nursing-Associate Degree

Associate of Applied Science

Credits Required for Graduation: 70.00


Program Outcomes

Outcome
1Use effective communication skills.
2Apply mathematical concepts.
3Transfer social and natural science theories into practical applications.
4Demonstrate ability to think critically.
5Demonstrate ability to value self and work ethically with others in a diverse population.
6Use technology effectively.
7Make decisions that incorporate the importance of sustainability.
8Implement one's role as a nurse in ways that reflect integrity, responsibility, ethical practices, and an evolving identity as a nurse committed to caring, advocacy, and quality care while adhering to evidence-based practice.
9Demonstrate appropriate written, verbal, and nonverbal communication in a variety of clinical contexts.
10Integrate knowledge of social, mathematical, and physical sciences, pharmacology, and disease processes while participating in clinical decision making.
11Provide patient centered care under supervision by participating in the nursing process across diverse populations and healthcare settings.
12Minimize risk of harm to patients, members of the healthcare team, and self through safe individual performance and participation in system effectiveness.
13Collaborate as an active member of the multidisciplinary health care team to provide effective patient care throughout the lifespan.
14Use information and technology to communicate, manage data, mitigate error, and assist with decision-making.
15Implement one's role as a nurse in ways that reflect integrity, responsibility, ethical practices, and an evolving professional identity as a nurse committed to evidence-based practice, caring, advocacy and quality care.
16Demonstrate appropriate written, verbal, and nonverbal communication in a variety of clinical contexts.
17Integrate social, mathematical, and physical sciences, pharmacology, and pathophysiology in clinical decision making.
18Provide patient centered care by utilizing the nursing process across diverse populations and health care settings.
19Minimize risk of harm to patients, members of the healthcare team and self through safe individual performance and participation in system effectiveness.
20Lead the multidisciplinary health care team to provide effective patient care throughout the lifespan.
21Use information and technology to communicate, manage data, mitigate error, and support decision-making.