Mission and Outcomes

Nursing Program Mission

The mission of the Moorpark College Nursing Program is to provide graduates with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential to the function of Registered Nurses in common and emerging healthcare settings.

 

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of each semester, the student will demonstrate progressive development in the following knowledge, skills, and attitudes: 

  1. The student will ensure safety and perform technical skills that lead to high quality patient-centered care.

  2. The student will demonstrate critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills that lead to safe, high quality patient-centered care.

  3. The student will demonstrate effective communication skills that lead to safe, high quality patient-centered care.

  4. The student will demonstrate responsibility and accountability in providing safe, high quality patient-centered care.

  5. The student will demonstrate proficient organization and prioritization skills in providing safe, high quality patient-centered care.

Nursing Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, the graduate will have acquired the following knowledge, skills, and attitudes:

  1. The student will complete the program within four consecutive semesters and upon graduation be prepared to pass the NCLEX examination, resulting in licensure as a Registered Nurse.

  2. The graduate will be prepared for employment as a competent entry-level Registered Nurse.

  3. The graduate will demonstrate safety and perform technical skills that lead to safe, high quality patient-centered care.

  4. The graduate will exhibit critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills that lead to safe, high quality patient-centered care.

  5. The graduate will demonstrate effective communication skills that lead to safe, high quality patient-centered care.

  6. The graduate will assume responsibility and accountability in providing safe, high quality patient-centered care.

  7. The graduate will demonstrate proficient organization and prioritization skills to providing safe, high quality patient-centered care.

  8. The graduate will embrace lifelong learning and pursue higher degrees in nursing.