The first 12-credit Health Informatics graduate certificate in Connecticut
USJ’s graduate certificate in Health Informatics, the first in Connecticut, will provide you with the tools needed to meet the challenges facing health care in the United States.
Integrating health care with information technology, Health Informatics combines computer science, math, and statistics to facilitate the management, operation, and decision-making of health services.
The courses are co-listed with Management and can be counted as electives toward the MS in Business degree. All courses are offered online and are on a 7 or 8-weeks schedule.
Students with the Health Informatics certificate are ideal for:
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