Our low faculty/student ratio exemplifies our commitment to the success of each student. Nursing education is an ongoing process that engenders development of the necessary characteristics to begin a career in nursing. Our faculty educates the nurses of tomorrow by setting examples today. You’ll be given an array of support services including faculty advisement, instructional resources, career counseling and job placement.
Sample Curriculum Plans
Two-Year Associate Degree Program and Five-Semester Associate Degree Program
Program Outcomes (Measures Of Program Effectiveness)
- NCLEX-RN results will meet and or exceed the state mean published by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing.
- NCLEX-RN results will meet or exceed the national mean published by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing.
- 70% will complete the program within 150% of the stated program length
- 90% who seek employment will be employed in the nursing field within one year of graduation.
- 90% will agree or strongly agree that they are satisfied with the program
- 90% will agree or strongly agree that they are satisfied with our graduates’ competence and preparation for practice
Student Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will:
- Plan and provide safe, competent, patient-centered care utilizing nursing process, scientific principles, critical thinking skills, caring behaviors, and cultural sensitivity in a variety of health care settings for the individual, family or groups with complex needs.
- Collaborate with individuals, significant support persons, and other members of the healthcare team to plan, implement, and evaluate care to promote positive health outcomes for the individual, families or groups with complex needs.
- Model effective (written, verbal, and nonverbal) communication skills within professional practice.
- Integrate current technology and evidence-based practice in the promotion of health the support of professional communication and the enhancement of lifelong learning.
- Exemplify the standards of professional nursing practice.
- Demonstrate commitment to learning, socialization and development of professional identity.