The Baccalaureate program prepares nurse generalists who:
- Develop therapeutic relationships with individuals, families, groups and communities.
- Demonstrate competence in the implementation of standards of practice.
- Apply ethical principles and legal requirements in the delivery of care to individuals, families, groups and communities.
- Collaborate with individuals, families, groups, including health care professionals, and communities.
- Utilize theories and research findings in practice.
- Promote health in diverse populations.
- Participate in efforts to influence health care policy.
- Assume responsibility for lifelong learning and professional career development.
Graduates of the Baccalaureate Program are prepared to:
• Practice nursing in any health care setting;
• Sustain life-long learning; and
• Contribute to the profession of nursing.