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The Nursing program is an integral component of its parent institution, Sanford-Brown College, and it conducts its academic affairs in accord with the mission, goals and policies of the College, the standards of the academic community, and the profession of nursing. The Nursing program is designed to provide a sound program of general and nursing education that prepares graduates for the intellectual, ethical, and interpersonal dimensions of contemporary work, civic and family life, and career mobility. The Nursing program administration encourages diversity in its student body and develops a diverse faculty who actively engage students to address the diverse and cultural globalization of tomorrow’s health care systems.
Graduates are prepared to deliver safe, competent, and compassionate care using holistic principles in connection with technical competencies to promote, maintain, and restore optimum health in individuals, families, groups, and communities. Through a supportive and student-oriented environment, the standards for excellence in professional nursing practice are promoted, emphasizing the need for the commitment to life-long learning. At completion of the program, graduates should function as entry-level Registered Nurse members of an expanded interdisciplinary team. The Registered Nurse graduate will integrate and coordinate care for the transition of individuals and the community toward wellness-oriented choices and positive outcomes for the health improvement of society.« More Sanford-Brown Programs