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The Hampton University School of Nursing offers undergraduate degrees leading to the Bachelor of Science (BS) with a major in nursing at both the Hampton Institute (main campus) and the College of Virginia Beach (COVB).
Hampton Institute (Main campus)
College of Virginia Beach (COVB campus)
Hampton U Online (University College)
Bachelor of Science Degree Program Terminal Objectives
- Accept each Human Being as a unique bio-psycho-social-cultural-political-spiritual entity existing in an open system constantly interacting with the internal and external environment to attain high levels of wellness.
- Apply theoretical knowledge and concepts derived from nursing, the humanities, behavioral sciences, and the natural sciences as a foundation to promote wellness.
- Apply informed ethical decision making skills in order to serve as an effective client advocate within a contemporary multicultural health care environment.
- Utilize critical thinking skills, independent decision-making, and sound clinical judgment in meeting the health care needs of Human Beings.
- Utilize nursing knowledge in a variety of settings to assist culturally and developmentally diverse populations to promote wellness and prevent illness.
- Evaluate research for the applicability of the finding to nursing roles and practice.
- Promote interdisciplinary collaboration to improve the delivery of health care.
- Utilize verbal and written communication skills effectively while implementing the present and emerging role of the professional nurse.
- Utilize leadership and management strategies to effect change for the improvement of healthcare within a global environment.
- Demonstrate responsibility and accountability for nursing practice decisions and related outcomes.
- Utilize new and emerging health technologies to promote health and advance the profession.
- Participate in continuous lifelong learning for a satisfying, self-directed, personal and professional life.