Advanced nursing theory and research provide a foundation for nurse leaders to influence the future of nursing and healthcare. Our Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Informatics can show you how to analyze data to inform decision-making and patient outcomes. The program prepares the graduate to function in nursing informatics leadership roles; specialize in the design and use of electronically stored data to influence quality in care delivery; and provide evidence of meeting quality, compliance and regulatory standards and requirements. Students may be eligible to sit for Informatics Nursing Certification Exam and should contact the American Nurses Credentialing Center for eligibility requirements.
Interpret, analyze and translate healthcare data into meaningful information
Document your organization’s quality and compliance with regulatory standards
Use technology and data to influence quality and reduce risk in healthcare
Understand the regulations governing security and privacy of healthcare information
Manage healthcare information workflow and project management
Nurse Bridge Program
If you have an active RN license and a bachelor’s degree in an unrelated field, our Nursing Bridge Program helps experienced nurses like you earn your MSN degree — saving you time and money. You’ll start with three BSN courses and then move into the program specialty that fits your career goals.