The coursework directly informs informatics practice in health care settings, including human factors, standards and terminologies, computer programming, and clinical systems implementation. The curriculum is divided into six core courses, to be taken during the first year and six individual track based courses in the second year, pertaining to either Clinical Informatics or Translational Bioinformatics.
- Foundations of Health Care Informatics
- Foundations of Bioinformatics
- Medicine For Science & Engineers
- Introduction to Programming
- Terminologies & Standards
Degree requirements include:
- a passing grade in each course,
- a capstone project,
- and a final exam.
The capstone project requires a paper related to an approved practicum or can be a literature review on an approved topic of interest to the student.