Upon completion of this program, the graduate will be expected to:
1. Demonstrate an advanced understanding of the physical and social sciences by recognizing health care issues in diverse populations and designing culturally sensitive change that facilitates improved health outcomes.
2. Provide leadership within systems and interprofessional groups which facilitates quality health care delivery and improved outcomes for diverse populations.
3. Measure and evaluate the quality of processes and outcomes in various settings which address health care delivery.
4. Lead interprofessional groups in the application of evidence based practice to facilitate continuous quality improvement.
5. Effectively use informatics and technology to maximize health care outcomes.
6. Provide leadership in policy development and advocacy regarding health care issues.
7. Design and demonstrate transformational change in various settings which focuses on clinical prevention and population health.
8. Integrate faith in decision-making processes for professional nursing practice.