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Healthcare Informatics Minor

Introduces the changing information technology needs of the healthcare industry and provides an overview of the considerable resources required in areas such as electronic medical records (EMR) and clinical information systems. It integrates courses from several disciplines and prepare students for several jobs described by the American Society of Health Informatics Managers.

Students who minor in Healthcare Informatics must complete 18 credit hours including 1 required course, 1 additional required course, 1 option consisting of 2 classes, 1 elective course, and 1 additional elective course.

Healthcare Informatics Minor Courses

  • (Choose One)

    • BUS 205 Information Management      
    • CSC 110  Introduction to Computing and Problem Solving      
    • CSC 210 Computer Science and Programming I
  • (Required Course)

    • BIS 362 Healthcare Informatics          
  • (Choose An Option)

    Option 1

    • BIS 370 Systems Analysis and Design           
    • BUS 363 Introduction to Six Sigma       

     

    Option 2

     

    • CSC 215 Introduction to Web Development     
    • CSC 305 Data Mining and Applications
  • (Choose One)

    • BIS 365 Emerging Technologies and Business Applications         
    • BIS 373 Business Database Management           
    • CSC 249 Visual BASIC.NET    
    • CSC 360 Topics in Computer Science 
    • CSC 491 Internship in Computer Science (Healthcare Informatics Environment)      
    • BIS 490 Internship in Business Information Systems (Healthcare Informatics Environment)
  • (Choose One)

    • BIO/PBH 228 Introduction to Public Health 
    • HPE 209 Nutrition and Public Health    
    • PSY 325 Health Psychology
  • (Non-Required)

    • BIS 367 Human Computer Interface and Design
    • BIS 368 Interorganizational Health Information Systems       
    • BIS 447 Business Intelligence and Data Solutions

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