School of Nursing Undergraduate Programs

Use of the Evidence of Student Learning

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Use of the Evidence of Student Learning

The School of Nursing (SON) is accredited nationally by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) through 2018. All standards and key elements for the 2008 Baccalaureate Nursing Essentials are addressed and reviewed according to established guidelines by appropriate committees within the School of Nursing. The faculty at the SON are committed to giving students multiple opportunities to develop and achieve essential student outcomes and evidence of student learning can be seen below.

The School of Nursing has two paths to earn a BSN.  The first is part of the university’s traditional undergraduate program and the second path is via an adult degree completion program.  All documents related to the adult degree program are marked (ADC).

The School of Nursing (SON) is intentional about ongoing program assessment as key to program quality and improvement. Staff, faculty and students are responsible for ongoing program assessment and participate readily. Students are engaged in decision making and their opinions and input are valued, considered and often incorporated. The use of this data about student learning can be seen below.

Core Competencies

Program Learning Outcomes

FE and Service

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Graduation and Retention Rates

Employment Data

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