Health Information Systems (H.I.S.) Minor
Health care in the 21st century requires secure and effective information technology systems to meet two of its most significant challenges: improving the quality of care while also controlling the costs of care. Developing, deploying, managing and using information technology that is effective in complex clinical, organizational and economic settings is a significant challenge. This minor is designed to address these challenges while preparing students for the world of work in technology and medical settings.
Health information systems is a discipline at the intersection of information science, computer science and health care that focuses on the systems, technology, policies, procedures and human capital required to optimize the use of information in health and biomedicine.
|MIS 460||Managing Systems Projects||3|
|MIS 450||Health Information Systems||3|
|MIS 480||Database Management Systems||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Applied Systems Analysis|
|Introduction to Government Systems|
|Managing the Technological Enterprise|
|Financial Telecomm & Cybersecurity|
|Total Credit Hours||12|