G.1- Provide a baccalaureate nursing education based in the concepts of caring in nursing practice in diverse health care settings across the health-illness continuum applying the ethics, team-based interprofessional collaboration and community services.

G.2- Engage in a holistic reflective nursing practice as fomented by arts, sciences, and humanities.

G.3- Develop competencies in critical thinking, communication, evidenced–based decision making, scholarly inquiry and nursing skills in clinical practice.

G.4- Integrate professional competencies in the nursing roles of provider, designer, manager, and coordinator of care and participate as an active member of the profession.

G.5- Assume ethical and legal responsibility and accountability in nursing practice, while applying information technology.

G.6- Enhance leadership concepts, skills, and decision-making in creating caring environments to promote health and healing in individuals, families’ communities and global population.

G.7- Provide caring environments that facilitate student’s learning to promote health and healing in individuals, families’ communities and global population.

G.8- Promote an environment that supports inter-professional education, research, academic freedom, life-long learning, and a culture of quality improvement.

G.9- Recruit and retain outstanding, culturally, and linguistically diverse faculty and students.

G.10- Prepare nursing students that will be recognized as excellent caring practitioners.

G.11- Manage nursing program resources with fiscal responsibility and explore new avenues for funding.

G.12- Improve the assessment and evaluation processes to promote program effectiveness.