South University, High Point (View Other Campuses)
Graduates of the RN to BSN Degree Completion program are expected to be practitioners of professional nursing who will: • Provide nursing care in a multitude of settings with technical proficiency that integrates foundational, discipline specific and interdisciplinary knowledge essential for professional practice. • Integrate caring and concern for humanity with scientific knowledge to promote health and quality of life. Utilize critical thinking skills to adapt to the challenges of nursing practice of today and the future. • Apply critical thinking skills in establishing priorities, delegating responsibility, and formulating decisions. Utilize the nursing process to promote health and well being in persons, families and communities. Communicate effectively and collaboratively within nursing and other healthcare disciplines. • Provide comprehensive holistic care to persons, families and communities in any healthcare setting. Collaborate with consumers and other health professionals to initiate improvements of healthcare and health promotion. • Model professional behavior by accepting responsibility and accountability for individual nursing practice, and for commitment to personal and professional growth. • Empower persons experiencing health challenges by providing education and promoting health and well-being. • Demonstrate professionalism by advocating for legal, ethical, financial and political issues involving healthcare.