Through the values of leadership, scholarship, collaboration, innovation, excellence, global health, humanism, learning, courage and diversity, advanced practice nurses who complete the curriculum of the respective track of the Master of Science program will:

  • Integrate critical analysis from the sciences and humanities to improve advanced practice nursing and health outcomes.
  • Develop innovative practice by integrating principles of change throughout health care systems.
  • Apply investigative skills in the translation of new knowledge to improve practice and health outcomes.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the use of improvement sciences and peer review to achieve measurable health outcomes, including, but not limited to, value-based health care.
  • Apply technology and scientific health information to coordinate and deliver personalized health care to a diverse global population.
  • Advocate strategies to impact the ethical, legal, and social factors of global health care policy.
  • Collaborate as leaders and members of the interprofessional team to maximize communication and coordination of care to achieve optimal health outcomes.
  • Provide a full spectrum of evidence-based health care services throughout the life cycle of the population served to optimize health outcomes.
  • Demonstrate professionalism, accountability and ownership while providing patient-centered care that recognizes diversity and respects consumer preferences.