Student Learning Outcomes (Generic BS)


By the end of the program, graduates will be able to:

1. Use effective written, verbal, and non-verbal methods to communicate within interpersonal and professional relationships.

2. Synthesize knowledge from the integration of the biological sciences, social sciences, and humanities into nursing care that is safe, holistic, and culturally competent.

3. Critically analyze research and develop solutions to clinical practice problems.

4. Utilize technology to access, interpret, and analyze evidence-based research. Plan, implement, and evaluate nursing care using technology and information literacy skills.

5. Educate clients, families, and communities, and advocate for them in ways that promote their ability to grow and thrive.

6. Demonstrate an understanding of cultural differences and similarities. Exhibit healthcare delivery behaviors that reflect cultural sensitivity.

7. Integrate an understanding of the impact of the environment on individual and community health and wellness into the delivery of effective nursing care.

8. Apply effective leadership and management skills to nursing practice.

9. Articulate the value of practice excellence, lifelong learning, accountability, and professional engagement to foster professional growth.

10. Demonstrate moral, ethical, and legal conduct.

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Dear May 2020 Graduates:
Please make an appointment with Sandra Howard ( to pick up your diplomas, pins, and caps and gowns. She will be available on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Office of the President:
President Griffin-Sobel sends a letter about George Floyd

Celebrating Nurses Week 2020:
A letter from our President, Dr. Griffin-Sobel - Nurses Week 2020

The Proclamation on National Nurses Day, 2020 - From the website

To all students, spring classes will be held fully online. All students must have a compatible computer by the beginning of next quarter or semester, April 20 for AAS and April 27 for BS (Please read the President Message 30 March 2020 for more details).

Due to the pandemic restrictions, the Helene Fuld College of Nursing is not able to receive applications that were sent through the mail. We have moved to an online application process using NursingCAS so that interested students can apply and be considered for admission. If you have previously mailed in your AAS application, please resubmit it by using the instructions on our Application and Instructions page.

Please note that until further notice, all employees of Helene Fuld College of Nursing are working remotely. Email is the preferred communication method.

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