Fairfield University Launches New Master’s Concentration in Informatics Nursing

Fairfield University’s Marion Peckham Egan School of Nursing and Health Studies is launching a new Master’s Concentration in Informatics Nursing, and is accepting applications for the fall 2017 semester.

Fairfield’s nursing informatics is a concentration in the Master’s of Science in Nursing Leadership program.

Partnering with experts in informatics, analytics and computer engineering in the Dolan School of Business and School of Engineering, students will have the opportunity to learn cutting edge skills that will support a career in informatics nursing.

The concentration will provide nurses with the ability to apply informatics theory through clinical practicum experiences in a variety of health care settings. Graduates of this program meet all the qualifications to register for the national Informatics Nursing Certification Exam. The concentration in informatics nursing targets nurses with diverse career specialties, professional goals and personal interests.

The new program requires a total of 39 credits, including 12 courses and a clinical informatics practicum. For detailed program and admission information, visit: fairfield.edu/informatics.


* Susan Cipollaro (scipollaro@fairfield.edu)
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