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Creating Solutions: UT Tyler Offers Flexible Way to Earn Executive Master's Degree in Health Care Administration
May 6, 2015
The University of Texas at Tyler is giving students interested in receiving an executive master's in health care administration a different approach to learning. The program is designed for people who are busy, yet still want to further their career and education in health care, Dr. Gordon Whyte, UT Tyler Center for Executive Education executive director, announced.
The UT Tyler EHCA program takes 16 months to complete, and it consists of three courses (nine hours) per semester with the same cohort meeting for a week at the beginning of every semester. (Read More)
UT Tyler to Offer Executive Certificate in Nursing Informatics
May 4, 2015
The University of Texas at Tyler Center for Executive Education will offer a new executive graduate certificate in nursing informatics for nursing students this fall, Dr. Gordon Whyte, executive director, announced.
According to UT Tyler associate professor of nursing Dr. Melinda Hermanns, the field of nursing informatics integrates nursing science, computer science and information technology in order to communicate data and knowledge in nursing practice. (Read More)