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1. Graduates' Success on the National Council of Licensure Exam for Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN):
The pass rate of first time test-takers for each graduating cohort (all program options) will be at least 80%, and the program's most recent annual NCLEX-RN pass rate of first-time testers will be at least 80% for all graduates during the same 12 month period (Jan-Dec).
2. Program Completion:
3. Job Placement:
80% of graduates who have passed the NCLEX-RN will be employed in nursing or pursuing higher education in nursing within 6-12 months after graduation.
4. Graduate Satisfaction:
80% of graduates will agree they are satisfied with the program, as measured by point-of-leaving (POL) and post-graduation surveys.
5. Employer Satisfaction:
80% of employers will agree that they are satisfied with graduate preparation for entry-level RN positions.
6. Patient-Centered Nursing Care:
Program graduates will provide patient-centered nursing care (respectful, culturally sensitive, empathetic and compassionate) as evidenced by POL survey with 80% agree; graduate survey with 80% agree; employer survey with 80% agree.
7. Practice Evidence-Based Nursing:
Program graduates will practice evidence-based nursing as evidenced by POL survey with 80% agree; graduate survey with 80% agree; employer survey with 80% agree.
8. Practice Nursing within Established Frameworks:
Program graduates will practice nursing within established professional, legal, and ethical frameworks as evidenced by POL survey with 80% agree; graduate survey with 80% agree; employer survey with 80% agree.
1. Demonstrate critical thinking by applying objective, valid methods of inquiry and problem-solving to draw rational, ethical and coherent conclusions in nursing practice. Critical thinking is an LCC global skill.
2. Demonstrate competence in basic nursing knowledge and skills in the performance of the nursing roles as provider of care, manager of care, and member of the profession.
3. Communicate effectively in professional nursing practice. Communication is an LCC global skill.
4. Process and utilize quantitative data in professional nursing practice. Quantitative Literacy is an LCC global skill.
5. Incorporate professional interpersonal skills and caring behaviors in nursing practice. Interpersonal relations is an LCC global skill.
6. Recognize the importance of life-long learning to success in the profession of nursing.
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