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Advance Your Education

Give your nursing career a boost with a graduate education that merges your caregiving experience with the future of healthcare systems: University of Arkansas Grantham’s Master of Nursing with a specialization in Nursing Informatics. This degree program integrates information technology into your studies about nursing practice to help you become an even more valuable resource to your healthcare team. As a student in this program, you’ll cover topics ranging from data storage, information retrieval and systems troubleshooting to how to analyze clinical and financial information as it impacts healthcare. As a graduate of this online program, you’ll have the solid foundation of nursing, leadership and informatics skills you need to thrive in nursing careers involving systems management and information technology.

Expect More from UA Grantham

More affordability: UA Grantham has one of the lowest tuition rates in the U.S.1 and we provide a new laptop to all new and returning degree-seeking students—at no additional cost.

More start dates: Courses begin frequently, so it's easy to get started whenever you're ready.

More credibility: UA Grantham's Nursing Informatics program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)2.

CCNE Accredited

Program Outcomes

  • Incorporate leadership in the synthesis, utilization, and evaluation of all interdisciplinary information to promote quality improvement in a health care environment.
  • Design health information systems to identify patterns and variances in data regarding risk behaviors, epidemiology, and other health care problems/issues with the accompanying costs associated with the issue.
  • Assess information systems to determine quality data output that can be utilized for improving nursing and informatics practice.
  • Integrate ethical and legal principles to establish and maintain the security of all data and compliance with all regulatory entities.
  • Evaluate the use of informatics methodologies to advocate for the patient’s autonomy, dignity and rights and in policy development that would support both the patient and the institution.

Need More Help?

Talk to a dedicated admissions representative and get answers to all your Nursing Informatics questions. Give us a call at 800-955-2527 or email us at admissions@grantham.edu.