About the Program

About the Program

Students in the Methodist University B.S.N. Program graduate with competencies in providing patient-centered care, working within interdisciplinary teams, employing evidence-based practice, applying quality improvement, utilizing informatics, and functioning in an environment of integrated processes within a global society. Graduates are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination to become licensed as a Registered Nurse.

Mission

The mission of the MU Nursing Program is to educate nursing students to be professional, competent, and caring nurses who can think critically, communicate with compassion, and contribute to positive health outcomes for the people they serve.

Vision

The MU Nursing Program will provide a learning community of holism which promotes a partnership among administration, faculty, students, nurses, and community associates.

Goals

  1. To provide the necessary education for entry level nursing students to successfully achieve a B.S. in Nursing
  2. To prepare nursing students to pass the National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN) upon their first attempt
  3. To prepare entry level B.S.N. graduates to contribute needed nursing talent in the face of a world-wide nursing shortage
  4. To prepare entry level registered nurses who sustain a career as a nurse past the national rate of RN attrition during year one of employment
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