The American Sentinel’s CCNE-accredited M.S. Nursing, nursing informatics specialization, prepares experienced nurses manage health information systems critical to the mission of health care delivery systems.
Nurses will develop expertise in
clinical and administrative systems,
data management and data mining for improved patient care, and
information systems project management.
Graduates will be prepared to assume critical roles managing health information systems in ambulatory, acute and long-term care settings, as well as the public health environment.
Students graduating with M.S. Nursing, nursing informatics specialization, complete 36 credit hours of course work. Students may be eligible to transfer up to 18 credit hours from previous graduate study.