The Master of Science in Health Informatics program curriculum consists of 11 courses, each worth 3 credits. A minimum of 33 credits is required to graduate from the program. Furthermore, 27 of these 33 credits must be taken at SUNY Poly to comply with the graduate school residency requirements.
The following table presents the listing of all courses in the proposed program.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits||Prerequisite|
|TIM 500||Project Management||3||None|
|HIM 501||Health Care Informatics||3||None|
|HIM 509||Legal Issues in Health Informatics||3||None|
|HI 520||Standardized Code Sets and Medical Terminologies||3||None|
|HI 530||Computational Methods in Health Informatics||3||None|
|HI 540||Human-Technology Interaction in Health Care||3||None|
|HI 550||Health Information Exchange||3||None|
|HIM 600||Quality Improvement in Health Informatics||3||None|
|HI 610||Databases and Knowledge Discovery in Health Care||3||None|
|HI 620||Health Information Governance||3||All other courses except HI 699|
|HI 699||Leadership Seminar in Health Informatics||3||Co/pre HI 620|
HI 620 and HI 699 can only be taken in the last two semesters of the program to accommodate a capstone project.