Master of Science in Informatics with a Concentration in Nursing
This 36-credit-hour online graduate degree program is a collaboration between SLIM and the School of Business at Emporia State. The Informatics program provides valuable experience through a supervised practicum that is one of the most important components of the learning process. For more information about applying for this program, see the applying page: Master of Science in Informatics.
A Graduate degree in Library and Information Management with a concentration in Nursing complements previous education, offers prospects for increased earnings and provides flexible skills for the future. Be a part of the information profession that has exciting career opportunities such as Clinical Informatics Analyst, Informatics Nurse, Healthcare Informatics Specialist, Medical Data Analyst, Health Systems Analyst and many more.
Graduation requirements for the Master of Science in Informatics degree with a concentration in Nursing are scheduled across six semesters/two years and include the following courses:
LI 800 – Introduction to Informatics
LI 887 – System Analysis and Design
LI 888 – Information Technology Project Management
LI 844 – Database Design
LI 889 – Knowledge Management
LI 819 – Information Retrieval
LI 867 – Nursing and Healthcare Informatics
LI 897 – Nursing and Healthcare Systems Technology Integration
LI 898 – Nursing and Healthcare Informatics Applications
LI 869 – Evidence-based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare
LI 874 – Informatics Practicum