Health Informatics Micro-credential
This micro-credential provides a foundational level of knowledge and skills in the broad arena of health informatics, enabling entry-level opportunities in health information and health informatics.
This micro-credential is part of the personalization series. For more information about personalization series micro-credentials, see the Micro-credential Series section of the Additional Offerings page and the Micro-credential Bulletin.
The 🌐 icon appears in the title of traditional courses that are also available as a set of module courses. Module course availability may be limited to certain academic calendars. See Course Types for information about module courses.
|HI135||🌐 Legal Aspects of Health Information||5|
|HI150||🌐 Automation of Health Information||5|
|HI230||🌐 Quality Assurance and Statistics in Health Information||5|
|HS111||🌐 Medical Terminology||5|
|HS165||🌐 Cultural Competence and Communication for Health Professionals||5|
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