2013-2014 Walden University Catalog (December 2013) 
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2013-2014 Walden University Catalog (December 2013) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Nursing Informatics Certificate

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The School of Nursing offers three certificate programs at the post-master’s-degree level. The certificate program provides the opportunity for nurses trained at the master’s level to pursue specialized training. Each certificate consists of 17 semester credits of graduate-level nursing specialization courses.

This certificate program, which blends nursing science with computer and information science, prepares nurses to more effectively utilize information technology to enhance the quality of patient care. Coursework focuses on such key areas as information systems, database concepts, and effective project management. Students who complete this certificate program have the knowledge to integrate data, information, and knowledge to support decision-making processes that affect patients and providers.

Certificate Requirements

  • 17 total semester credits
  • Foundation course (1 sem. cr.)
  • Specialization courses (16 sem. cr.)


Foundation Course (1 sem. cr.)

Practicum Courses (Optional 6 sem. cr.)

Students in the Post-Master’s Certificate in Nursing Informatics program may elect to earn practicum experience by adding two additional courses, NURS 6500 and NURS 6510, to their program of study:

Program Data

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