Student Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the MSN program are prepared for higher level professional practice and leadership roles in a variety of healthcare settings, as well as advanced study at the doctoral level.
Specifically, graduates will be able to:
Incorporate knowledge from the sciences and humanities for improvement of health care across diverse settings.
Demonstrate leadership abilities encompassing ethical and critical decision-making that embraces a systems perspective.
Apply appropriate measurement and analysis methods related to organizational quality and safety.
Apply evidence-based findings to resolve practice problems, and serve as a catalyst for change.
Use informatics and healthcare technology to integrate and coordinate care.
Participate in policy development and advocacy strategies at the system level to influence health and healthcare.
Collaborate effectively on interprofessional teams to improve health outcomes.
Integrate principles of clinical and population health into care delivery and management.
Deliver direct and/or indirect nursing practice interventions at the master’s level of practice.
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, the Master of Science in Nursing program and the Doctor of Nursing Practice program at Quinnipiac University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, D.C. 20001, 202-887-6791.
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American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation
Many of the nursing programs within Quinnipiac University’s School of Nursing also are endorsed by the American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation. Graduates of these programs are eligible to take the appropriate national exam to become board-certified holistic nurses at the basic or advanced level of nursing: