Nursing Informatics Certificate Program

The Nursing Informatics Certificate program prepares the baccalaureate or higher degree-prepared nurse to serve as the essential link among health care information systems, health care providers, and consumers. Skills in creating, implementing, and evaluating information systems are developed.

Certificate Requirements

Required Courses (15 hrs.)

The following courses must be taken by students in the Nursing Informatics Certificate Program:
ENIF 5381Introductory Principles of Health Care Informatics

ENIF 5382Information System Design and Analysis

ENIF 5383Data Management for Evidence Based Practice

ENIF 5384Information System Implementation and Evaluation

ENIF 5385Informatics and Consumer Health

Completion of the Certificate

The successful completion of 15 semester credit hours is required in the Nursing Informatics Certificate program (see courses listed above). Individuals receive college credit for each course completed. These courses will be listed on an official university transcript and a certificate of completion will be awarded.