Post-Baccalaureate Academic Certificate in Informatics
An academic certificate in Informatics is offered for those students who have a bachelor's degree in a field other than Business or Health Informatics and want to improve their knowledge of information systems. To earn a certificate in Informatics, a student must complete 33 total credit hours from the following list. At least twelve of those credits must be taken after the student has completed a bachelor's degree. Students must choose a Business Informatics emphasis or a Health Informatics emphasis.
|INFO 1150||Software and Systems Architecture||3|
|INFO/CS 1181||Informatics and Programming I||3|
|INFO 1182||Informatics and Programming II||3|
|INFO 3301||Introduction to Informatics and Analytics||3|
|INFO 3307||Systems Analysis and Design||3|
|INFO 3380||Networking and Virtualization||3|
|INFO 4407||Database Design and Implementation||3|
|Select one of the following emphases:||12|
Business Informatics Emphasis
|Web Development:Client-Side Programming|
|Systems Development and Implementation Methodologies|
Students must take six (6) hours of Business courses in any of the following areas:
|Health Informatics Emphasis|
|Health Information Governance|
Students must take two (2) courses from the following list:
|Healthcare Workflow Process Analysis and Redesign|
|US Health System|
|Healthcare Operations and Quality|
|Healthcare Information Systems Practicum|
Students must complete at least three (3) credits as upper division coursework (3000 or 4000-level) within their selected emphasis.
Students must meet with an advisor and complete a Program of Study Agreement prior to the second semester of coursework.