Minor in Health Data Analytics
The health data analytics minor provides students with programming and data science skills applicable for using healthcare datasets to answer individual and population healthcare questions and provide new insights. These technical skills are in high demand in hospital and medical centers, government agencies, consulting firms and in global health care organizations. Students will get hands-on experience with analytic tools and algorithms that can be applied to big data and electronic health records.
The following requirements must be fulfilled: 18 credits, including 12 credits in required courses and 6 credits in elective courses.
|INFR 4101||Introduction to Medical Informatics|
|INFR 4103||Programming for Informaticians|
|INFR 4110||Biomedical Data Science|
|INFR 4198||Medical Informatics Research Project|
|6 credits in elective courses selected from the following: *|
|INFR 4108||Information Extraction for Medical Informatics|
|INFR 4121||High Performance Computing|
|INFR 4197||Medical Informatics Internship|
*Other electives may be approved by the Program Director.