Learning Outcomes

  • Apply knowledge gained from theoretical and empirical study in nursing and related disciplines to inform and/or initiate change in nursing education and nursing administration
  • Demonstrate the use of scholarly inquiry to inform educational and administrative practices
  • Apply ethical decision making in research, evaluation, nursing education, and nursing management
  • Analyze the effect of health policy, finance, healthcare technologies, and organizational structure on the development and implementation of quality educational programs and healthcare delivery systems
  • Demonstrate the use of leadership strategies that advance the design and implementation of quality education programs and improve clinical practice
  • Analyze the effect of sociopolitical and cultural influences on nursing education and healthcare practices
  • Integrate advances in healthcare technology into nursing education and healthcare
  • Demonstrate a commitment to ongoing personal and advanced professional development through professional involvement, life-long learning, and appreciation of doctoral study
  • Apply leadership strategies to contribute to the ongoing development of the profession of nursing and nursing education
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