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The Bachelor of Science in Nursing develops clinically competent nurses who are prepared to successfully complete the RN National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). The graduate of the baccalaureate program is prepared as a generalist to provide care to individuals, families and community groups, arriving at clinical judgments to promote and maintain health.
The Master of Science in Nursing provides registered nurses with the knowledge to advance their careers as global health nurses, nurse educators, nurse administrators or family nurse practitioners. Courses are designed to build from existing knowledge to more advanced knowledge in a selected area of concentration. The M.S. student achieves competencies in leadership, nursing, nursing theory, professional roles, and ethical, legal and cultural issues. The program provides a foundation for doctoral studies.
The Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing develops nursing scholars, faculty, leaders, and researchers who can conduct research and provide leadership through scientific inquiry. The Ph.D. program prepares nurse scientists through an emphasis on the role of the scholar/researcher, theory development, multiple methods of research, and approaches to the development of new knowledge to enhance relationships between, the nurse and client and within nursing practice.
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