Health Informatics (CERT)
A certificate in Health Informatics prepares students to use information technology (IT) to solve problems in multidisciplinary real-life settings. Health Informatics is a bridge connecting the use of IT to a health-related field of study. Students selecting the Health Informatics certificate will have the opportunity to develop skills that will allow them to use information technology, information systems, and health-related data to impact patient satisfaction, quality improvement of care, and healthcare decision making.
Major Common Core
Prerequisites: CIS 121 with a 3.0 or higher or an approved substitute.
Prerequisites: CIS 113, CIS 340
Goal Areas: GE-11
Major Restricted Electives
Choose 4 Credit(s).
Prerequisites: Complete one course: MATH 112, MATH 113, MATH 115, MATH 121, MATH 130, or STAT 154
Prerequisites: Satisfy Placement Table in this section, or MATH 098 with grade of P.
Goal Areas: GE-02, GE-04