College of Graduate Studies
Whitson-Hester School of Nursing
|Family Nurse Practitioner, M.S.N. Post Master's Certificate||Admission Requirements|
|Nursing Administration, M.S.N. Post Master's Certificate||Admission Requirements|
|Nursing Education, M.S.N. Post Master's Certificate||Admission Requirements|
College of Interdisciplinary Studies -- Certificate Programs
|All students must apply and be admitted to the M.P.S. degree program||Admission Requirements|
|Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Certificate|
|Training and Development Certificate|
|Human Resources Leadership Certificate|
|Strategic Leadership Certificate|
|Public Safety Certificate|
|Healthcare Informatics Certificate||
Healthcare Informatics is a high-demand area of expertise utilizing statistics, health informatics and technology. Graduates from this concentration must synthesize information from the sciences (pharmacology, pathophysiology), technology (computer-based decision modeling, health informatics), and statistics. The Healthcare Informatics certificate track is much more focused on understanding and using computer tools such as computer based decision modeling and applied statistical analyses.
The 15 credit hour Healthcare Informatics Certificate is comprised of five courses as defined below:
PRST 6550 Computer Based Decision Modeling for Healthcare Administrators OR DS6900 Health Analytics
PRST 6540 Health Informatics
PRST 6570 Public Health
PRST 6530 Healthcare Systems Economics
PRST 6810 Internship
Upon completion of the 15 credit hours, you will receive a Certificate in Healthcare Informatics from Tennessee Tech University. Depending on your career goals, you may choose to continue your studies in the MPS Healthcare Administration degree program (33 credit hours).
Note to Online Students Outside of Tennessee: Only residents of states approved by NC-SARA may apply for online courses. Please check and confirm that your state is eligible before applying.
Attention Family Nurse Practitioner Students: We are required to notify you of the Family Nurse Practitioner gainful-employment disclosure.
Want more information? Contact us.