Doctor of Philosophy in Health Informatics Curriculum

For students who began study prior to Fall 2007

Basic CoursesResearch CoursesAdvanced CoursesOther
HI 5301 Health Care Information Systems

HI 5302 Cognitive Science in Health Informatics

HI 5303 Decision Making in Healthcare

HI 5304 Advanced Database Concepts

HI 5305 Legal Ethical Issues in Health Informatics

HI 5306 Health Information Security Systems

HI 5307 Systems Analysis for Health Informatics

HI 5308 Object Oriented Systems Development in Health Informatics

HI 5309 Intro to Clinical Healthcare

HI 5310 Foundations of Health Information Sciences I

HI 5311 Foundations of Health Information Sciences II

HI 5312 Information Technology for Biomedicine

HI 5321 Biomedical Signal Processing

HI 5323 Image Processing

HI 5340 Intro to Learning Environments in Health Science

HI 5001 Special Topics in Health Informatics

HI 5350 Evaluation in Health Informatics

HI 5351 Research and Evaluation in Health Informatics

HI 5352 Statistical Solutions for Health Informatics Problems

HI 5353 Data Analysis

HI 5354 Cognitive Engineering I in Health Informatics

HI 5341 Environment Development in Health Science

HI 5370 Methods in Computational Biomedicine

HI 6351 Triangulation Methods in Health Informatics

HI 7301 Grant Writing
HI 6300 Advanced Health Information Systems

HI 6301 Health Data Display

HI 6302 Knowledge Modeling and Engineering I

HI 6303 Intro to Telehealth

HI 6304 Consultation in Health Informatics

HI 6305 Social Dynamics and Health Informatics

HI 6306 Comparative Taxonomy

HI 6307 Cognitive Engineering II

HI 6308 Consumer Informatics

HI 6309 Healthcare Interface Design

HI 6310 Knowledge Modeling II

HI 6311 Advanced Decision Analysis I

HI 6312 Project Management in Healthcare

HI 6313 Scientific Writing in Healthcare

HI 6320 Intro to Computational Aspects of Biomedicine

HI 6321 Applied Computational Biomedicine

HI 6322 Advanced Topics in Computational Biomedicine

HI 6323 Data Mining in Bioinformatics

HI 6324 Computational Cognitive Neuroscience

HI 6326 Computational Structural Biology

HI 6327 Biomolecular Modeling
 Support courses 6 hrs.

HI 7000 Preceptorship  9 hrs.

HI 7150 Research Seminar 3 hrs

HI 7050 Research in Health Informatics 21 hrs

HI 9999 Dissertation in Health Informatics 9 hrs
9 Hrs needed
 15 Hrs needed
 21 Hrs needed
 48 Hrs needed

The Doctoral degree requires a minimum of 93 graduate credit hours.

The Doctor of Philosophy in Health Informatics is a research based degree. The student works with a mentor and an advising committee in a specific area of research interest. This research is related to the mentor's area of research. Students will take didactic courses in basic, advanced and research informatics. See the curriculum for specific courses. Each student will work with their mentor and advising committee to develop a degree plan to steer their research and courses.

Successful completion of the program requires passing each course with a grade of either an A or B and defending your dissertation. Upon completion, students will receive a diploma with Doctor of Philosophy in Health Informatics engraved.