Master of Health Informatics
Description and Outcomes
The Master of Health Informatics program is designed to prepare you for a career in health informatics. Based on various global health information management markets, the program incorporates an interprofessional approach to the curriculum through collaborative work.
You will study how to use health informatics to support data-driven improvements in clinical, financial, and public health outcomes. The program includes graduate-level courses on health informatics, health information systems, public policy, laws and legal issues, clinical taxonomies, data analysis, analytics and optimization, project management, organizational development, leadership, innovation, and research.
The Master of Health Informatics program consists of a minimum of 48 quarter credit hours. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be awarded the Master of Health Informatics degree.
- Health Informatics Management: Design effective business strategies based on concepts of leadership and management within health informatics.
- Health Informatics Standards: Assess the impact of economics, ethics, professional standards, and the law on health informatics.
- Health Informatics Policy: Develop health policies and procedures to address health informatics needs in the industry.
- Health Informatics Finance: Evaluate health information systems based upon statistical and financial models.
In addition to the discipline-specific outcomes, professional competencies are integrated throughout your academic program. You can review the professional competencies associated with your academic program in the graduate School of General Education section of this Catalog.
Certification, State Board, and National Board Exams
Certain state certification and licensure boards have specific educational requirements for programs to lead to a license or nongovernmental certification that is a precondition for employment in a recognized occupation.
Unless otherwise specified, Purdue Global's programs are not designed to meet any specific state’s licensure or certification requirements. If certain licensed occupations, vocations, or professions are not explicitly listed, Purdue Global has not made a determination with respect to the licensure or certification requirements of those occupations, vocations, or professions. Licensure-track programs may limit enrollment to students in certain states; please see Purdue Global’s Program Availability Information to determine enrollment eligibility.
You are responsible for understanding the requirements of optional certification exams. Such requirements may change during the course of your program. You are not automatically certified in any way upon program completion. Although certain programs are designed to prepare you to take various optional certification exams, Purdue Global cannot guarantee you will be eligible to take these exams or become certified. Your eligibility may depend on your work experience, completion of education and/or degree requirements, not having a criminal record, meeting other certification requirements, or the program or the University itself having appropriate accreditation or licensure.
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.
|HA515||Leadership in Health Care||4|
|HA535||Health Care Statistics||4|
|HI510||Health Information Systems||4|
|HI530||Clinical Terminologies and Medical Vocabularies||4|
|HI540||Project Management of Health Information Systems||4|
|HI560||Health Care Data Analytics||4|
|HI570||Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Information||4|
|HI580||Information Systems and Technology Management||4|
|PU535||Public Health Biology||4|
|PU650||Infectious Disease Epidemiology||4|
|HI595||Master's Capstone in Health Informatics||4|
|Total Core Requirements||48|