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NURS 6661 Project Management in Health Informatics
Credit hours: 3 per Semester
Cluster: Advanced Nursing Practice,
http://www.acs.utah.edu/GenCatalog/crsdesc/nurs.html

 

Course Level: Masters

Course Type:

IPE: No

Course Open to:

Institution:University of Utah

Pre-requisites: Instructor's Consent

Course Description: Project management (PM) methods and skills are critical for the success of projects in complex organizations such as healthcare. This interdisciplinary course will prepare students to use formal, state-of-the-art project management techniques in health informatics projects. Course content includes: Project initiation, planning, implementation and project termination. Issues related to project leadership, human resources, budgeting, and scheduling are discussed while risk identification and risk mitigation tactics are stressed. Case discussions highlight the state-or-the-art for project management practices as applied to health informatics in contemporary environments. Project management software is used throughout the course to hone students’ skills. This course satisfies the educational requirement for students to be eligible to take the Project Management Institute (PMI) certification examinations.

 

Method of Instruction: asynchronous

Delivery Platform: Online

Campus visits required: None

Course Contact: Heather Clarkson

email: heather.clarkson@nurs.utah.edu

 

Tuition: $825/credit

 

Other considerations: DNP and PhD Students Welcome!

 

Available Seats by Semester for this course:

 

SPRING 2018

Section: 091
Instructor:TBA
Seats:2
Credits: 3 / Semester



SPRING 2016

Section: 091
Instructor:Black,Andrew
Seats:2
Credits: 3 / Semester

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SPRING 2017

Section: 091
Instructor:Andy Black, PhD
Seats:2
Credits: 3 / Semester



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