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Explore Career-Building Nursing and Health Informatics Degrees

Don't pause your life to go back to school! Jacksonville University – an online education pioneer ranked one of America's best colleges by U.S. News & World Report – offers career-advancing nursing and health informatics degree programs through its Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences.

Earn the same degrees as students on campus, with the added flexibility of a 100% online classroom. Each class runs only eight weeks. Just log in and learn from your computer or mobile device, when and where it’s convenient for you. When you’re ready to graduate, you can choose to walk alongside your classmates at commencement.

Choose From These In-Demand Healthcare Programs:

  • MS in Health Informatics

    Pursue a degree in a fast-growing field that unites computer and information sciences with healthcare for better patient outcomes.

  • RN to BSN

    Complete the degree today’s hospitals and other healthcare employers consider a must-have. Finish in as few as 10 months!

  • RN to MSN

    Accelerate your path to a nursing master’s degree and save time and money by bypassing 10 credits. Choose from three specializations: informatics, leadership or education.

  • MSN

    Compete for advanced positions with a respected graduate degree in one of three high-demand nursing specializations: informatics, leadership or education.

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Post Graduate Certificate: Clinical Nurse Educator

Nurses with an MSN or DNP degree can increase the potential of new and valuable career paths with a Clinical Nurse Educator post graduate certificate.


Post Graduate Certificate: Leadership in Healthcare Systems

A Leadership in Healthcare Systems post graduate certificate fortifies your nursing skills with business acumen and management training.


Post Graduate Certificate: Nursing Informatics

Already have an MSN or DNP? Prepare to be a leader who knows how to use medical information and technology to improve patient care.