Contact Info / Hours
Director: Nancy Berger
Secretary: Donna Meier
Phone: 732.906.4660
Fax: 732.906.4657
Email: NBerger@middlesexcc.edu
Location: LH 225

Department Hours:
To be announced...
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 Contact Info / Hours
Director: Nancy Berger
Secretary: Donna Meier
Phone: 732.906.4660
Fax: 732.906.4657
Email: NBerger@middlesexcc.edu
Location: LH 225

Department Hours:
To be announced...

Program and Student Learning Outcomes

Program Outcomes:

1. The nursing program’s most recent annual licensure examination pass rate will be at least 80% for all first-time test takers during the same 12-month period.

Middlesex County College Nursing Program 2015 Annual Licensure Examination Pass Rate for First-Time Test Takers Middlesex County College Nursing Program 2016 Annual Licensure Examination Pass Rate for First-Time Test Takers Middlesex County College Nursing Program 2017 Annual Licensure Examination Pass Rate for First-Time Test Takers
87.5 92.75 92.41
National AD Mean 2015
82%
National AD Mean 2016
81.68%
National AD Mean
86.99%

2. Seventy percent (70%) of students will complete the nursing program within six semesters from enrollment in the first nursing course.

Class of 2017-83.9% (73/87) completed the nursing program within six semesters from enrollment in the first nursing course.

3. Sixty percent (60%) of graduates will be employed as registered nurses within 12 months of graduation

Classes of 2017- 62.6% of graduates were employed as registered nurses with 12 months of graduation.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Manage nursing care in a manner that reflects integrity, legal and ethical principles, professional codes, and commitment to safety and quality for diverse patients, families, and communities.
  2. Advocate for patients and families in ways that promote their self-determination, integrity, and ongoing growth.
  3. Coordinate care with members of the healthcare team in a collegial spirit to plan and promote patient-centered care.
  4. Analyze current professional knowledge to make judgments that promote, maintain, and restore health and further the practice of nursing.
  5. Assume clinical competencies appropriate to the role of care provider, patient advocate, teacher, collaborator, and decision maker.