More new jobs are being created in health care than any other field. At the same time, mandated electronic recordkeeping and tightened patient privacy regulations are making health informatics a sought-after skill. This specialization is designed to prepare you to use technology to improve health care quality and lower health care costs. Course work covers such topics as electronic information system management, information security, data integrity, and regulatory compliance. People who choose this specialization are often pursuing Information Technology specialist positions in hospitals, clinics, and health care systems.
An enrollment counselor can help you determine whether previous course work may transfer into our degree programs. Non-classroom learning may also be eligible for credit through our Prior Learning Assessment Process.