Quote from oneLoneNurse
For my money, I am thinking of American Sentinel for my MSN in Informatics. They gave me 6 credits for previous coursework so I have 30 to go.
I am not familiar with this school so I can't say. My advice to anyone seeking this advanced degree, which can be quite expensive, is to be as sure as you can you're going to get a Return on your investment. Do you have a manager willing to bring you on? Or are you just going out on a crapshoot that you'll be able to get a job when you're get your degree. After all, you'd hate to end up still on the floor but with big student loan payments if you're not sure , or if this was more a way off the floor than your real passion.
I say this not as discouragement but most facilities will not consider you for positions unless you have already hands-on with whatever EMR they happen to be converting to. And most facilities hire in-house over people outside even if the outsiders are more qualified.
So, the point is be sure this is your passion and not a ticket off the floor. If you can honestly say yes to that and budget is an issue , I would look at one of the ARRA Hitech certificate programs which are graduate level no-cost one year programs.