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Nursing Informatics Post-Master’s Certificate

What You’ll Study

For nurses who hold an MSN or a Master of Nursing degree, Queens University has designed a certificate to help you expand your career opportunities even further. The Nursing Informatics certificate will prepare you to analyze, design, and implement information and communication systems that improve healthcare decisions within your organization. You will learn about healthcare information technology, how to implement information and communication systems, and study their effectiveness. Gain a deeper understanding of how technology and research can improve patient care through the Queens University nursing informatics certificate.

Each faculty member has an impressive range of experience and qualifications in the areas they teach. Many of our faculty members still work in healthcare facilities in the Charlotte area and draw on their years of experience. 

Program Highlights

Number of credits: 17 credit hours 

Number of courses needed to graduate: 5 

Average completion time: 3 semesters 

Cost per credit: $630 

Flexible program: Online and asynchronous 

No GRE Requirement 

How Can You Use This Certificate?

Graduates will achieve more advanced positions and can work in a wide variety of environments.  

  • Nursing Informatics Analyst 
  • Clinical Information Specialist 
  • Informatics Nurse 
  • Clinical Terminologist 
  • Information Practice Specialist 

Highlighted Courses

  • Leadership Principles and Practices (NUR 661) 
  • Financial Management for Nurse Leaders (NUR 662) 
  • Clinical Information Systems (NUR 665) 
  • Healthcare Data Implementation, Management and Evaluation (NUR 666) 
  • Nursing Informatics Residency (NUR 669) 

Program Contact

Gary Gilleece, MBA, M.Ed

Graduate Recruiter, Blair College of Health

gilleeceg@queens.edu
704-337-2407

Meet Your Professors

Accreditation

The master’s degree program at Queens University of Charlotte is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). For more information regarding accreditation, please visit our webpage.