Program: Health Informatics—Administration, Graduate Certificate
Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics—Administration
The post-baccalaureate certificate in Health Informatics provides an opportunity for those who have completed a bachelor’s degree in health administration, business administration, nursing or another discipline to acquire the skills and knowledge in a critical workforce shortage area of health informatics. The certificate is focused on the administrative issues and the skills and knowledge necessary to manage healthcare information technology. It is in collaboration with the Department of Accounting and Information Systems in the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics. There are a total of five graduate courses: three from the Health Administration program and two from the Department of Accounting and Information Systems. The certificate can be taken concurrently within the MSHA for graduate students who declare this area of specialization. Upon successful completion of the MSHA, and the embedded certificate courses, a student will be awarded both on his or her transcript.
HSCI 505A Health Informatics (3)
HSCI 515 Seminar in Healthcare Information Management (3)
HSCI 693A–C Supervised Field Training (1-2)
IS 531 Healthcare Information Systems Analysis and Design (3)
IS 551 Managing Projects in Healthcare Informatics (3)