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 (BSN) program, CMC students will be able to:
- Synthesize professional nursing roles and values while providing safe, quality patient-centered nursing care through scholarship for evidence based practice.
- Demonstrate organizational and systems leadership when planning safe, quality care for diverse populations by analyzing healthcare systems and policies, including nursing financial and regulatory practices.
- Incorporate evidence-based care to complex patient situations including strategies for health promotion and disease prevention for individuals, families, groups, communities, and diverse populations across the lifespan and continuum of healthcare environments.
- Develop interpersonal communication and collaboration of the entire interdisciplinary team for improving patient health outcomes.
- Analyze patient situations and applies clinical reasoning/critical thinking skills as necessary to provide quality patient care to diverse populations by combining previous nursing knowledge with a liberal education base.
- Incorporate information technology to communicate, manage knowledge, mitigate error, and support decision-making by using current information management and patient care technologies.