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Programs

The school currently offers four types of graduate degrees:

  • On-campus MSc in Health Informatics
  • Distributed MSc in Health Informatics
  • Master of Nursing and Master of Science in Health Information Science
  • PhD by special arrangement

Double master's in nursing and health informatics

Are you a nurse who’s interested in health information technology?

This new graduate program—Master of Nursing and Master of Science in Health Information Science—started Fall 2010. The double-degree option allows you to develop grad level competencies in nursing and health information science. This will provide nursing leaders with the necessary background to work in the expanding field of nursing and health informatics.

You’ll be prepared to lead in:

  • informatics
  • telehealth
  • implementation of electronic health care records
  • other areas of emerging health technology

Coming from both the schools of nursing and health information science, the program offers you an MN/MSc in just three years. Entry requires a bachelor's degree in nursing and professional experience.

All classes are online, and you’ll complete two co-operative education placements in nursing informatics and general health informatics and complete a thesis.

The Double Degree in Master of Nursing and Master of Science in Health Informatics option permits nurses who are interested in health information technology to develop graduate level competencies in both Nursing and Health Information Science. The option is intended to prepare nursing leaders with a background essential for working in the rapidly expanding field of nursing and health informatics. Graduates will be prepared to take leadership roles in informatics, telehealth, implementation of electronic health care records and other areas of emerging health technology.

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