Health Informatics M.S.
The Health Informatics program prepares students to implement and utilize information technology to support any healthcare organization. Our students are guided by a philosophy of inquiry, insight, and innovation. Students will be challenged to think boldly and to seek out and answer difficult questions using healthcare data. The learning environment will prepare students for the challenges of a professional career in a healthcare setting. The program will help students to develop the competencies and acquire the practical tools to succeed in today’s digital healthcare environment.
The M.S. in Health Informatics (MSHI) is an innovative 33 credit hour applied graduate degree program that addresses the intersection of healthcare and information technology to develop efficient systems and processes. Students are challenged to analyze health data across the continuum of healthcare delivery to improve patient care and advance individual and population health outcomes. The MSHI is designed for physicians, nurses, therapists, and information technology and health information technology professionals. The degree is also well suited for individuals with no prior healthcare or information technology experience. The MSHI program offers the ability for students to gain applied experience with clinical information technology systems. Students will gain over 50 hours of hands-on experience using clinical grade informatics technology in an educational setting.
|MHI 560||Health Informatics||3|
|MHI 561||Digital and Connected Health||3|
|MHI 562||Database for Health Care||3|
|MHI 563||Data Analysis for Health Care||3|
|MHI 564||Privacy&Security: Health Care||3|
|MHI 565||Health Data Standards||3|
|HSV 550||Health Services Research||3|
|MHI 700||Health Informatics Capstone||3|
|or HAD 700||Health Administration Capstone|
|Choose two of the following:||6|
|Human Computer Interaction|
|Advanced Database Concepts|
|Introduction to Security|
|DSS 630||Database Mgmt Theory & Pract||3|
|or MHI 562||Database for Health Care|
|Introduction to Data Mining|
|HED 552||Epidemiology and Com Health||3|
|Org Culture Beyond Diversity|
|Data Visual & Perf Analyt|