Endicott Nursing student and patient

Post Master’s Certificate

Within two distinct concentrations – Nursing Education or Nursing Administration–students also complete an internship in their areas of interest.

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate the critical inquiry and analysis skills needed to engage constructively in intellectual discourse about the health needs and problems of patients, families, groups and communities throughout the life cycle.
  2. Promote the rights of patients, families, groups and the community in relation to professional practice standards, ethical considerations and legal implications of the nursing profession.
  3. Utilize research findings in nursing practice.
  4. Synthesize knowledge from the physical, behavioral, social sciences and humanities into the practice of nursing while implementing the nursing process to promote health of patients, families, groups and the community.
  5. Integrate nursing and related theories and research in nursing practice to perform therapeutic nursing interventions and implement teaching-learning principles to promote, maintain and restore health for diverse patients in a variety of settings, across the health/illness continuum.
  6. Provide culturally competent nursing care.
  7. Use technology to provide patient-centered care.
  8. Communicate within the conventions of the discipline of nursing.
  9. Collaborate with interdisciplinary team members within the context of the healthcare environment.
  10. Develop a commitment to lifelong learning, professional development, and active involvement in professional nursing organizations.
  11. Integrate leadership and management skills in health care systems promoting the professional role of nursing and the delivery of safe and quality health care.
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