Program Learning Outcomes are what we expect each student will learn while earning a degree or certificate. Meeting these learning outcomes is how we assess our performance as a college. Our learning outcomes support both important career skills and future success as a student.
Upon completing the Nursing (AAS) program, CMC students will be able to:
Functions as a competent nurse assimilating all professional, ethical, and legal principles while implementing the roles of the professional nurse.
Provides leadership in a variety of healthcare settings for diverse patient populations.
Provides quality, safe, patient-centered nursing care through evidence-based practice.
Participates in collaborative relationships with members of the interdisciplinary team for the purpose of providing and improving patient care.
Analyzes patient situations and applies critical thinking skills and strategies necessary to provide quality patient care & continuous quality improvement.
Uses information technology to communicate, manage knowledge, prevent error, and support decision-making.
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