Our Nursing Informatics DNP program is ranked #2 in the nation by US News and World Report's Best Grad Schools ranking.
The University of Minnesota is among the top nursing informatics programs in the United States and provides international scholarly leadership and collaboration through the Center for Nursing Informatics.
The Center for Nursing Informatics at the School of Nursing further connects students and faculty through collaborations with local, national and international partnerships
All coursework completed online except as noted below
Each semester for a 4-day session (Tuesday–Friday) that includes: core courses, enhancement programming, specialty courses and advisor meetings.
Complete approximately 1,000 hours at practicum sites arranged by the school
Students work in interprofessional teams of clinicians, computer technology staff and administrators to transform health care using digital tools and techniques. A unique focus in this field is linking patients, providers, public health and researchers through authorized and secure information sharing.