Master of Science in NursingNursing Informatics
Why Choose Our Program?
Are you ready to take your nursing career to the next level? Our Master of Nursing Informatics program is designed to provide a convenient way for working registered nurses to earn their graduate degrees. Graduates of the Informatics program take on crucial IT positions within healthcare organizations such as Chief Medical Information Officer, Informatics Coordinator, and Director of EHR Support, among others.
- The Informatics Master's degree program in Nursing at Jacksonville University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
- Is offered in part-time and full-time tracks so you can learn at your own pace
- Incorporates project-based clinical opportunities so you can continue working
If you already have a Master of Science in Nursing, you may be interested in the Nursing Informatics post-graduate certificate.
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Earn an MSN Your Way
JU's Nursing Informatics program prepares you to take the next step in your career whether that be a promotion or graduate school. The Informatics program was designed for you to complete your way:
- Small classes provide you with individual attention
Courses offered in-person, online, or in a hybrid format (in-person and online)
- Courses offered in 8-week flexible course formats that allow you to take terms off when you need it
- Work with an academic advisor throughout the program who will assist you with individualizing your program progression in a way that works for your schedule.
About Our Program
When you graduate from this program, you will have a Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Nursing Informatics.
JU is working closely with SACSCOC, our accrediting body, to complete the standard accreditation process for our Palm Coast location. We anticipate approval in 2021.
- NUR 510: Nursing Theory & Research I
- NUR 512: Organization, Delivery, and Policy in Healthcare
- NUR 514: Nursing Leadership and Advanced Roles
- NUR 516: Information Systems & Technology for Improved Healthcare
- NUR 520: Nursing Research & Theory II
- NUR 551: Advanced Role Practicum
- NUR 584: Foundations of Nursing Informatics
- NUR 585: Advanced Nursing Informatics I
- NUR 586: Advanced Nursing Informatics II
- NUR 587: Population Health Informatics, Epidemiology, and Evidenced Based Nursing Informatics in a Global Society
AdmissionsHow to Apply
- Completed JU Application
- Unofficial Transcripts from all colleges and universities attended with All Nursing
Coursework & Nursing Degrees
- A minimum 3.0 undergraduate nursing GPA on a 4.0 scale is required
- Graduation from a CCNE, NLN or ACEN accredited BSN program
- Active U.S. Nursing License
- The following may be requested of students with a GPA of 3.0 or below
- GRE/GMAT scores
- Statement of Intent
- Letters of Recommendation
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Contact Information Keigwin School of Nursing
Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences
Phone: (904) 256-7000