1. The graduate will think critically, substantiated with evidence to provide quality, safe, patient-centered care.
2. The graduate will develop professional identity through leadership, technology, ethical/legal, and health care policy considerations.
3. The graduate will demonstrate multiple methods of effective communication and collaboration in a variety of settings.
4. The graduate will respect and advocate for diverse patients, families, and populations.
5. The graduate will demonstrate core values, Christ-centered care, and a commitment to life-long learning.