Overview of Graduate Minor in Health System Innovations


The minor is open to graduate students in the Sinclair School of Nursing as well as all students with graduate status who are interested in health care leadership. This minor is designed for those who have a desire to understand growing innovative trends, who want to learn how to integrate innovation into health system organizations, and who want to determine which innovative practices are financially viable to support health care institutions.


Students with graduate standing may select 9-12 credit hours from the designated courses listed below to be awarded the graduate minor in Health System Innovation.

  • N8820 Healthcare Financial Management (4 credits)
  • N8830 Informatics, Application and Innovation in Health Care Systems (3 credits)
  • N8840 Nursing Leadership, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (3 credits)
  • N8860 Organizations & Human Resource Management in Nursing (3 credits)