You can earn a Masters of Art in Ministry with a focus on Heath Informatics from our University today. This is a 2-year program requiring 42 credit hours for graduation.

Health Informatics is an aspect of medicine that applies to all fields of medicine. This two-year program will guide students on how to store, organize, analyze and protect patient data. A master’s program in health informatics is designed to advance your expertise in bringing benefits and advancements in public health and patient health care.

Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor’sdegreewith minimum GPA of 2.0 or International Equivalent
  • Pastoral Recommendation
  • Personal Christian Belief Statement

Course Summary

Total Credits Required: 42

  • Core courses (15 Semester Credit)
  • Core Courses (Three courses, 4 credit hours each)
  • Specialization courses (21 Semester Credit)
  • Capstone course (6 Semester Credit)

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Global Healthcare
  • Understanding the current system of care
  • Using three critical nations as case studies (US, UK, Nigeria)
  • While addressing global determinants of health
  • Introduction to Information Technology
  • Fundamental principles of programming
  • Computer Networking and Operating Systems
  • Understanding the value of data exchange
  • Defining current limitations within the industry
  • Introduction to Health Information Management
  • Understanding HIPAA and the fundamentals of electronic health records
  • legal aspects of health information, coding, and reimbursement
  • Case study of a virtual electronic health record
  • Specialization Courses (Students will choose five courses from the list below)
  • The Business of Health Informatics
  • Engineering Clinical Information Systems
  • Healthcare Integration
  • Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
  • Analysis and Reporting in Healthcare
  • Special Topics in Health Informatics
  • Applied Project or Research Project

*A certificate program in Global Mission & Technology, healthcare focus, will include the completion of the three core courses, and two additional specialized courses.

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