To prepare nursing professionals accountable, competent, and committed to improving the quality of life of the Puerto Rican and international society.
Prepare highly qualified Nursing professionals who participate in health promotion and maintenance, prevention, and management of illness, rehabilitation, and end of life care to a diverse society at all levels of healthcare delivery and contribute to health care public policies.
End of Program Student Learning Outcomes
At the end of the program, the student:
1. Apply knowledge and skills of nursing sciences and other disciplines while caring for the person-client-patient system as it pertains to promotion and maintenance of health, prevention, management and rehabilitation of illness, and end of life care.
2. Demonstrate leadership, communication, and interpersonal relationships competencies when managing care in a collaborative effort with the person-client-patient system.
3. Provide and promote safe, and quality care that will continually allow the person-client-patient system to progress toward higher levels of wellness as they adapt to changes.
4. Integrate critical thinking, professional judgment, values, and ethical/legal principles within general nursing practice.
5. Act as an evolving scholar demonstrating continuous professional development, using creative thinking, technology, and evidence-based, as a foundation for decision making and problem solving.
6. Incorporates professional nursing roles while providing holistic, competent, and culturally sensitive nursing care in multiple settings.