PSLO, NLN competencies and AACN Essentials linkage per course PSLO, NLN competencies and AACN Essentials linkage per course

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PSLOs

NLN Competencies

AACN Essentials

NURS 502: Research Methods in Nursing

3,4

3,5

1,4,8,9

NURS 506: Ethical and Legal Views of the hanging Health Care System

2,4,6

5

6,8,9

NURS 508: The Nurse Leader: New Perspectives on the Profession

2,4

2,5

2,3,4,7

NURS 510: Nursing Concepts and Theories

1,5,6

1,2,4

1,9

NURS 512: Teaching Strategies for Nurse Educators

1,5,6

1,2,3,4

4,5,8,9

NURS 514: Curriculum Development, Assessment and Evaluation

1,5,6

1,3,4

4,8

NURS 516: Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships of the Nurse Educator

2,4,6

1,2,3,4,5

3,7,8,9

NURS 517: Integrated Concepts of Disease Management

1

1,4

1,8,9

NURS 540: Research Applications in Nursing

1,3,5,6

1,3,4,5

1,3,4,7,9

NURS 544: Clinical Capstone

1,2,3,4,5,6

1,2,3,4,5

4,7,9

EDF 538: Instructional Design

1, 6

1, 2, 3, 4, 5

1, 7, 9

EDF 503: Educational Psychology

4

2

1

 


Program Outcomes Narrative Program Outcomes Narrative

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Eastern New Mexico University MSN Program

  • The nursing program at Eastern New Mexico University continues to address the needs of New Mexico and other states in terms of preparing graduate nurses for their role as Nurse Educators. The program offers a Master of Science in Nursing degree with emphasis on Nursing Education. The program underwent its initial accreditation visit on March 1-3, 2016 by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
  • The program has an overall completion rate of 88% with a two year completion time for both December 2014 and December 2015 graduated cohorts. As of January 2016, there were 40 active students in the program.
  • For 2014-2015 94% of nursing courses were taught by full time faculty at ENMU while 6% were taught by one Adjunct Faculty (enrolled in DNP program, projected graduation fall 2017). As of spring 2016, 89% of our courses are taught by full time faculty at ENMU (one PhD prepared and 2 MSN prepared), while 11% of course offerings are taught by a PhD prepared Adjunct Faculty
  • The employer satisfaction rates collected for the 2014 graduating cohort are overwhelmingly positive. On a Likert scale of 1-4, (Scale: (1) Strongly Agree, (2) Agree, (3) Disagree, (4) Strongly Disagree, our graduate mean score was 1.33. Areas of inquiry consisted of collaboration, leadership role, application of evidence-based practice cultural competency principles in teaching, mentoring, career advancement, demonstration of professional and ethical behaviors, and lifelong learning activities.

Program Satisfaction Program Satisfaction

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Overall Graduate satisfaction

94% satisfaction

Overall Course Evaluation satisfaction

(Spring 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015)

92.16% satisfaction

Preceptor Evaluations for 2014 and 2015 graduated cohorts

86.5% students achieved set competencies maximally

13.5% achieved set competencies considerably

Satisfaction with preceptors (Fall 2015)

100% satisfaction with chosen preceptors

Satisfaction with Practicum Sites (Fall 2015)

100% satisfaction with practicum sites

Self-Assessment of Progress (satisfaction with course learning outcome achievements: Fall 2015)

92.67%

NURS 544 Student self-evaluation satisfaction (fall 2015)(evaluating chosen NLN competencies achievement)

90.25%


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