NURS 6289 IT Systems Life Cycle
Credit hours: 4 per Semester
Cluster: Advanced Nursing Practice,
Course Level: Masters
Course Open to: Both Phd and DNP students
Institution:University of Colorado
Pre-requisites: background in informatics (school or career) required.
Course Description: This course focuses on a structured approach to information system development and implementation. The course addresses the five phases of the life cycle: planning, analysis, design, implementation and evaluation. The role of the informatics specialists is also highlighted.
Method of Instruction: Canvas is our learning management system as of fall of 2013.
Delivery Platform: Canvas
Campus visits required: Not Applicable
Course Contact: Nanda Vargas
Tuition: NEXus Common Price
Other considerations: By the end of this course, the learner will be able to: Create a comprehensive information system planning document that identifies a problem in a health care setting. Assess the information requirements of a system as it relates to client care and organizational operations. Develop design specifications for an information system. Produce an implementation and training plan for an information system that involves multiple stakeholders and a variety of strategies. Create a systematic plan for the evaluation of an information system. Use team building skills to accomplish group tasks in the course. Open to PhD and DNP students.
Available Seats by Semester for this course:
Credits: 4 / Semester