Doctor of Philosophy in Health Informatics Curriculum
For students who began study prior to Fall 2007
List of courses to meet the degree requirements in a doctoral program in Health Informatics. 93 semester credit hours are required to complete the degree.
The Doctoral degree requires a minimum of 93 graduate credit hours.
The Doctor of Philosophy in Health Informatics is a research based degree. The student works with a mentor and an advising committee in a specific area of research interest. This research is related to the mentor's area of research. Students will take didactic courses in basic, advanced and research informatics. See the curriculum for specific courses. Each student will work with their mentor and advising committee to develop a degree plan to steer their research and courses.
Successful completion of the program requires passing each course with a grade of either an A or B and defending your dissertation. Upon completion, students will receive a diploma with Doctor of Philosophy in Health Informatics engraved.