Master of Science in Nursing - Informatics
Master of Science in Nursing - Informatics Overview
The mission of the Aspen University School of Nursing is to enhance the health and quality of life for individuals, families, and communities at local, state, and national levels through excellence in teaching, scholarship and practice. The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program prepares nurses to assume leadership roles in management, education, forensics, public health, informatics and clinical practice within a diverse society and across a spectrum of healthcare settings.
Theory courses combine the basic foundation of traditional education in a convenient distance-learning format, enabling practicing nurses to meet their academic, professional and personal goals. Practicum courses are performed in a clinical practice or academic setting allowing students to apply learned concepts under the direct supervision of a Preceptor.
The nursing informatics specialty track is designed for nurses who want to solve nursing problems with computers. Nursing informatics gives students the opportunity to create projects about which they are passionate and work with computer science majors to develop computer-based solutions to common nursing issues. The graduate will learn the vocabulary and training used by computer science majors as well as advanced nursing informatics skills, in order to work in a collaborative team as a nurse informaticist.
Speak to an Enrollment Advisor to learn more about Aspen University's online MSN with a specialization in Informatics program.
- $975 per Course
- 12 Courses
- $11,700 Tuition + Fees
Pay $325 per Month
Each month you'll make just one payment of $325, which we'll apply towards your tuition and fees. Your first payment is due on the first day of class and you'll be charged on the same day each month after that.