Never having worked on one, I took a look at the documentation and would have to say that yes it can, at least in some limited fashion.
Based on the spec sheet for this product line, it would seem to indicate it can as it supports static routes, dynamic routes, and specifies "Line-rate Layer 3 routing" as well as the number of RIP and VLAN routing interfaces.
Both the User Configuration Guide and the CLI Reference Guide seem to provide the information needed to configure routing.
However, it is marketed as a L2 or L2+ switch rather than a L3 switch. It doesn't support OSPF and is limited in the number of routes it can handle. In the Dell Networking Product Portfolio Guide, it indicates the N2000 series switches are not meant as aggregation/L3 switches.
So while it appears to have the functionality, the features and possibly the performance may not meet the expectations of a modern network.