Master of Science in Nursing - Competencies
Family Nurse Practitioner Track (FNP) Concentration
Graduates of the Family Nurse Practitioner concentration will be able to demonstrate the following specific competencies in the domains of:
- Management of patient/illness.
- Nurse practitioner-patient relationship.
- Teaching-coaching function.
- Professional role.
- Managing and negotiating health care delivery.
Advanced Nurse Educator (ANE) Concentration
Graduates of the Advanced Nurse Educator Concentration will be able to meet the following outcomes and learning objectives:
- Apply critical thinking when making effective decisions and solving problems creatively with students, colleagues, administrators, and members of the interdisciplinary team
- Formulate learning objectives, learning strategies and activities in relationship to theories of teaching/learning.
- Evaluate therapeutic nursing intervention of students to facilitate role development in the delivery of health care.
- Collaborate and communicate effectively with students, colleagues, and administrators.
- Integrate the role of scholarship, teaching, and service that foster improvement and innovation with health care nursing education environments.
- Analyze economical, political, ethical, legal, and regulatory standards, which influence the nursing and nursing education with the focus on the needs of rural, diverse, vulnerable, and aging populations.
- Provides evidence based teaching and practice the use of information technology.