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M.S. in Nursing (R.N. Track) - Nursing Informatics

Walden University

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Description

Are you looking to become a registered nurse who has developed the various skills that are needed for managing the many information systems that are found in today's technology advanced health care system? Then the online M.S. degree program in Nursing (R.N. Track) - Nursing Informatics degree program from Walden University is the perfect program for you.

During the course of this online health information management program, students will work to develop the broad knowledge that is needed for managing information systems, databases, and various other health information applications.

Throughout the course of this online nursing program, students will take online classes in health informatics that cover topics, such as:

  • Communication
  • Mathematics and Science
  • Success Strategies in the Master of Science Program in Nursing Online Environment
  • Nursing Roles for Today and Tomorrow
  • Advancing Nursing Through Inquiry and Research
  • Information and Health Care Technologies Applied to Nursing Practice
  • Healing Therapies in Nursing Practice
  • Managing a Continuum of Care for Positive Patient Outcomes
  • Understanding Health Care Systems
  • The Nurse Leader: New Perspectives on the Profession
  • Linking Theory to Nursing Practice
  • Ethical and Legal Views of the Changing Health Care System
  • Promoting and Preserving Health in a Diverse Society
  • Informatics in Nursing and Health Care
  • Supporting Workflow in Health Care Systems
  • Project Management: Health Care Information Technology

This online nursing degree program will provide students with fieldwork experience, and offers students the opportunity to begin their core courses as soon as they are accepted into Walden University.

All applicant must have graduated from an associates or diploma nursing program, minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, active RN license, current employment as an RN in a nursing/health care setting or have practiced nursing within the last 2 years.

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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