University of Minnesota, School of Nursing

The nursing informatics (NI) specialty area prepares graduates with knowledge and skills necessary for leadership roles in health and nursing informatics to address the issues for consumers, clinical providers, and public health for processing and managing information through the use of various technologies. A wide array of courses throughout the University of Minnesota accompany nursing offerings, which offers students the opportunity to strengthen their disciplinary and interdisciplinary expertise. The full-time, three-year DNP program is for students who already hold a baccalaureate degree in nursing, and involves both coursework and specialty practica.

Students choosing to complete coursework part-time are well accommodated with our curriculum. The majority of the degree can be completed as a distance student, in an on-line format. More information about School of Nursing online coursework can be found on our website.

The program is an executive model with the majority of course work completed on line. Students do come to campus 2-3 times per semester.

Contact for More Information:

Office of Student and Career Advancement Services - DNP Program
University of Minnesota
5-160 Weaver-Densford Hall
308 Harvard Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

If you have questions, please contact the School of Nursing:
Phone: 612-625-7980