Program Outcomes

End-of-Program Student Learning Outcomes

Upon graduation, the student will be able to:

  • Provide client-centered care. 
  • Collaborate effectively with members of the interprofessional team.
  • Practice professional nursing behaviors.
  • Integrate evidence-based practice into clinical decision-making.
  • Use clinical judgment to provide safe client care.
  • Use information and technology to support clinical decision-making.

Program Outcomes

Wake Tech's Martha Mann Smith School of Nursing graduates demonstrate excellence in meeting the following program outcomes of on-time program completion *(defined as within 7.5 terms of starting NUR 111), NCLEX RN licensure test pass rate, and job placement.

Graduates surveyed one year after graduation indicate that they are “very satisfied or satisfied” with the program of study and their preparation for nursing practice. Based upon survey returns, employers are also “very satisfied or satisfied” with our graduates’ performance.

See below for our most recent data:

Graduating
Class of:

Total Number of Graduates:

Total Number of
Graduates Who Passed NCLEX 1st Time:

NCLEX Pass   

Rate %:

%  of Graduates Completing Program on Time*: % per year

% of Graduates Obtaining Jobs Within 12 Months:

Spring 2018

66

64

97%

                          76%

98%

Fall 2018

            62

61

98%

 

96%

Spring 2019

70

67

96%

                          80%

97%

Fall 2019

77

75

97%

 

98%

Spring 2020

64

63

98%

 

98%

Fall 2020

72

 69

96%

 

 

 

North Carolina Board of Nursing NCLEX RN 1st Time Testing Pass Rate
3 YEAR AVERAGE 2017-2019

Registered Nurse (RN)

Type Program

2018

2019

2020

3 year average 2018-2020

National Pass Rate

RN-ALL

88

88

87

88

NC Pass Rate (95% of National Standard)

RN-ALL

84

84

83

84

Wake Technical Community College

ADN

98

97

98

98

 

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