The University of Colorado College of Nursing has offered online informatics programs since 1997, and currently offers two master's degree programs completely online. These programs are available as master's degrees and post-master's certificates. We also offer an MS-PhD program to allow you to seek your doctorate while working on your master’s.
Since we offer these programs through our Extended Studies Campus, both in-state and out-of-state students pay one low tuition rate. View the links below to investigate further if either of these programs is for you:
The health care informatics program provides an opportunity for health care professionals to acquire knowledge and skills in the rapidly progressing field of informatics.
The i-LEAD (innovation in leadership and administration in nursing and health care systems) program will prepare advanced practice nurses with the expertise to provide leadership for high quality health care in rural and medically under-served urban areas.
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