The College of Nursing at Brigham Young University was created in an effort to help people of faith develop the necessary skills to become nurses. Our motto, “Learning the Healer’s Art,” is a reminder of the Master Healer, Jesus Christ. The College educates approximately 400 undergraduate students, and about 25 graduate students at any given time.
The mission of the College of Nursing
The mission of the College of Nursing at Brigham Young University is to learn the Healer’s art and go forth to serve.
Guided by the truths of the gospel of Jesus Christ, we exemplify the Healer’s art by: leading with faith and integrity; advancing the science of nursing and healthcare; promoting health and wellness; alleviating suffering; and serving individuals, families, and communities.
- Provide a culture and environment which exemplifies and magnifies the Healer’s art in all educational settings.
- Ensure teaching excellence to prepare nurses and leaders, locally and globally, who provide evidence-based patient-centered care.
- Engage in interprofessional relationships, collaborative research, and clinical partnerships to optimize student learning.
- Promote a culture of scholarship and contribution to the discipline to enhance the profession and knowledge of nursing.
- Create an environment supporting the College and University mission.
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