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​CON Mission:​

CON prepares nursing graduates to transform healthcare through high quality academic and research foundation and respond to changing health care needs of communities in various health care settings.​

MSNM Mission:​

The mission of the Master of Science in Nurse-Midwifery program is to prepare clinically, scholarly and culturally competent nurse midwives who provide quality care to women, newborns, families, and communities.​

CON Goals:​

  1. ​Maintain national and international quality academic standards for all programs.
  2. Enhance contribution to nursing research.
  3. Promote community engagement in response to changing health needs.  
  4. Enhance quality of CON performance to meet national and international standards.

MSNM Goals:​

  1. Prepare midwives to provide quality care to women, newborns, families, and communities.
  2. Equip graduates with the skills needed to interpret and apply research findings into evidence-based midwifery practice.
  3. Promote leadership, professional conduct and culturally competent graduates.
  4. Establish partnership with community agencies to promote health outcomes of women, newborns and families.​

​​​Graduate Attributes​​
​​Have a specialized and contextualized understanding of Woman-centered care.​
Have critical thinking and decision making.​
​Exhibit professional ethical practice.​
​Exhibit proficiency in research.
​Demonstrate Life-long learning.
Demonstrate diversity and community engagement.​
Demonstrate multidisciplinary teamwork.​​
Demonstrate professional communication.