Discover how to use technology to improve healthcare outcomes and general nursing
practice. The M.S. in Nursing: Healthcare Informatics and Nursing Leadership track
equips you with data analytics, research, leadership and administration skills.
This MSN degree option can lead to careers such as nurse informaticist, health services
manager, health informatics specialist, informatics educator, nurse leader and nurse
Enhance your ability to provide primary care to individuals and families. The MSN
degree: Family Nurse Practitioner track prepares you to evaluate, diagnose and manage
health issues. It also trains you to prescribe medications, interpret tests, promote
health and prevent disease.
This MSN degree option includes coursework in health assessment, pharmacology, family
and cultural theories and more. You’ll learn to work with various populations, gaining
expertise in pediatrics, women’s health, adult health and geriatrics. This track prepares
you for MSN nursing careers such as family nurse practitioner, pediatric nurse practitioner,
adult-gerontology practitioner and public health nurse practitioner.
Specialize in emerging, in-demand fields of healthcare. If you already hold a master’s
degree in nursing, you can open up opportunities to become a nurse informaticist,
healthcare informatics specialist or a nurse leadership role.
The post-master’s certificate in nursing informatics and nurse leadership teaches
you how to improve patient outcomes and healthcare delivery using data analytics and
informatics tools. You’ll also learn to lead and manage a team of nurses, healthcare
projects and systems.
Advance your career as a practitioner with TROY’s post-master’s nursing certificate
in family practice. If you are an RN with a master’s degree in nursing, this program
will provide the expertise and clinical experience you need to advance in your role.
You’ll learn how to diagnose and treat health problems and how to promote health and
wellness for people of all ages.
Careers for graduates of this program include family nurse practitioner, adult-gerontology
practitioner, public health nurse practitioner and hospital-based nurse practitioner.
Help train the next generation of nurses and fill a critical need with TROY’s post-master’s
nursing certificate in nursing education. Schools across the nation are experiencing
a shortage in faculty, limiting nursing programs from enrolling future students. In
this program, you’ll learn how to educate future nurses by gaining knowledge and skills
in pedagogy, curriculum development, teaching strategies, assessment, collaboration
This post-master’s nursing certificate prepares you for careers in academia or for
a variety of positions such as nurse educator, clinical instructor, staff development
specialist and patient education specialist. The Post-Master’s Certificate in Nursing
Education consists of five courses, totaling 15 credit hours and 180 clinical hours.
You can enroll at either the master’s or doctoral level
. Those who complete the program earn a certificate of completion, not another master’s
degree, and are eligible to apply for the appropriate specialty certification exam.