Prepare for a clinical specialty in the management of information and technology to improve health care quality, patient safety, efficiency and patient outcomes.
Nursing informatics integrates nursing science, computer science and informatics science to manage and communicate data, information, knowledge and wisdom in nursing practice. Graduates of the program may be eligible to sit for a certification examination in nursing informatics.
Work toward improved patient outcomes using computer science and informatics science principles.
Advance knowledge and skills related to system design life cycles, data management and health care technology.
Analysis and Utilization
Learn to analyze data to improve outcomes, incorporate data in practice design, support teams and manage projects.
Prepare for national certification in nursing informatics through the American Nurse Credentialing Center.
Gain the professional and personal intelligence it takes to have a successful career.
Examining and interpreting information to uncover insights and inform decision making
Inspiring and guiding others to achieve common goals and reach their full potential
Organizing and maintaining data in a computer system, including storage, retrieval and security
Analyzing and synthesizing information to identify patterns and connections
Breaking down complex problems or situations to identify patterns, connections and solutions
Introducing new ideas, methods or products to improve performance or achieve a specific goal
Using your degree
Make your college experience the foundation for a successful future.
- Clinical Analyst
- Informatics Nurse Specialist
- Director of Clinical Informatics
- Clinical Informatics Coordinator
- Clinical Transformation Specialist
- Chief Nursing Informatics Officer
- Health Care
- Health Care Information Technology