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Students graduating from the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program will have demonstrated their acquisition of competencies and proficiencies related to the following: • Liberal Education for Baccalaureate Generalist Nursing Practice: Synthesize knowledge from nursing, the physical and social sciences, arts, and humanities in the practice of professional nursing practice. • Basic Organizational and Systems Leadership for Quality Care and Patient Safety: Apply critical thinking skills in establishing priorities, delegating responsibility, formulating decisions, and maintaining accountability in the practice of professional nursing through the application of nursing standards. • Scholarship for Evidence Based Practice: Integrate care and concern for humanity, with scholarly research and systematic inquiry to deliver evidence based, comprehensive, and holistic nursing care which promotes health and quality of life. • Information Management and Application of Patient Care Technology: Utilize informatics and technology to adapt to the challenges of nursing practice of today and the future. • Health Care Policy, Finance, and Regulatory Environments: Demonstrate professionalism by advocating for legal, ethical, financial and political issues involving healthcare. • Inter-professional Communication and Collaboration for Improving Patient Health Outcomes: Communicate effectively and collaboratively within nursing and other healthcare disciplines to empower patients experiencing health challenges through education and promotion of health and well-being. • Clinical Prevention and Population Health: Utilize the nursing process to collaborate with consumers and other health professionals to initiate improvements in healthcare and promote health and well-being in persons, families and communities. • Professionalism and Professional Values: Demonstrate a self awareness of and commitment to excellence in nursing practice through the pursuit of community, educational, and organizational opportunities to enhance personal and professional growth. • Baccalaureate Generalist Nursing Practice: Provide holistic caring to diverse patient populations, across the lifespan in a variety of settings with technical proficiency that integrates foundational, discipline-specific and interdisciplinary knowledge essential for professional practice.