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Master of Science in Nursing

Master of Science in Nursing
Duke University School of Nursing

The Duke University School of Nursing offers a complete suite of courses at the Master’s and doctoral levels. The Nursing Informatics program is built on the philosophy that expert nurses, with solid clinical experience, are best able to analyze, design/develop, implement, and evaluate information systems to improve both nursing practice and patient care. Graduates from the MSN program who meet the clinical eligibility requirements may opt to sit for the American Nurses’ Credentialing Center Generalist Exam for Nursing Informatics.

The MSN Informatics specialty requires completion of six core nursing courses, six health informatics courses, and a practicum project. Students who already hold an MSN degree and are seeking specialty training in informatics may prefer the Certificate in Health Informatics.

More information about the program and about available scholarships is available on the Duke School of Nursing website.

Interested applicants should email SONAdmissions@mc.duke.edu for more information, or apply on-line

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