Post-Baccalaureate Nursing Informatics Certificate (Online)
Bring your insight to the Healthcare industry.
If you already have your bachelor’s degree in nursing and want a path to skill development in nurse informatics, this certificate can help you get there. Designed for working nurses, you can study around your existing schedule and take one course at a time along the way.
You’ll learn fundamentals of nursing informatics that can help you no matter where your nursing career takes you. And, you’ll dive deep into clinical information and data systems to gain real-world skills you can apply immediately at work.
Nursing Informatics Certificate Curriculum
Flexible online courses taught by experts.
Loyola's Nursing Informatics Certificate program provides nurses with the knowledge about basic nursing informatics principles, clinical information systems, and data management. The 180-hours practicum course provides an opportunity for students to work directly with a preceptor who has extensive knowledge in nursing informatics.
Loyola’s online Nursing Informatics Certificate consists of 12 credits taken at the Post-Baccalaureate level:
- NURS 711: Principles of Nursing Informatics (3 credit hours)
- NURS 750: Management of Data Systems (3 credit hours)
- NURS 754: Clinical Information Systems (3 credit hours)
- NURS 760: Nursing Informatics Practicum (3 credit hours)
What can you do with a Nursing Informatics Certificate?
Expand your career options.
With a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Nursing Informatics, you’ll gain the skills you need to demonstrate expertise and leadership to move into a variety of nursing roles, such as:
- Clinical Information Specialist
- Nurse Informaticist
- Clinical Informatics Analyst
- Registered Nurse in Informatics
- Informatics Lead