The Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics and Analytics program requires 15 graduate credit hours: six credits of foundational courses and 9 credits of core requirements. By the end of the first semester of matriculation in the program, students must complete (or be excused from based upon prior training and/or experience) non-credit asynchronous training modules in computer vocabularies, programming systems, health vocabularies, and classification systems.
Courses leading to the Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics and Analytics are delivered in both face-to-face and online formats; thus, it is possible to complete the program fully online, fully in class, or mixed formats.
Students enrolled in the Certificate can apply at any time to transition into the master's degree program. Students applying from the Graduate Certificate to the Master’s degree with a 3.5 or higher GPA and 1 LOR from the faculty can request a GRE waiver. Requires a minimum of 2 semesters to complete.
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