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University Catalog 2019-2020 
University Catalog 2019-2020 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Undergraduate Certificate in Healthcare Informatics

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Health care is one of the fastest growing and most dynamic industries. The Undergraduate Certificate in Healthcare Informatics program is designed to prepare students to compete in the health care marketplace, to assume roles such as Healthcare Analyst and Data Analyst in the Healthcare Industry.

Minimum Admission Requirements

Admission to the program requires upper division standing in good academic standing.  Knowledge of Information and Technology Literacy or equivalency to CIS 1200/CS 1200: Information and Technology Literacy course is required.

Program Requirements

The program requires 12 semester units. Students must earn a minimum C grade point average to qualify for the certificate.

Upon successful completion of all course requirements, students will be awarded a Undergraduate Certificate in Business Intelligence, authorized by the Department of Information Systems in College of Business and Economics.

Requirements for the Certificate (12 units)

U.S Department of Education Gainful Employment Disclosure

  1. Undergraduate Certificate in Healthcare Informatics
  2. Occupations that this certificate program prepares students to enter

(List the occupation, SOC Code, and web address for each occupation.*)

Medical and Health Services Managers, SOC Code 11-9111



Informatics Nurse Specialists, SOC Code 15-1121



Health Information Technicians, SOC Code 29-2071



Computer/Health Systems Analyst, SOC Code 15-1121



Health Technologists, SOC Code 29-2099



   3.  On-time graduation rate for students completing this program: 100%

   4.  Cost of Attendance for the entire normal duration (e.g., two semesters, at three courses per semester)
        of this certificate program:


Tuition and fees:__$2,871.00____                         Books and supplies: __$920.00__________


   5.  Median loan debt incurred by students who completed this program: $0.00


   6.  The job placement rate for students completing the program: Data not available


*For each program, identify the US Dept of Labor (USDOL) Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Code(s) of the occupation(s) that the program prepares students to enter (this may be multiple professions/codes). Also, provide web links to occupational profiles on USDOL’s O*NET web site (http://www.onetonline.org/), SOC Codes may also be found here.

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