Part‑time students

Flexible program well-suited to part-time

The Master of Health Informatics program has been designed to work well for both full-time and part-time students. Because of the flexible nature of the program, you can study with us while applying what you've learned to your current job.

Length of time to complete

You have up to six years to complete your degree, but most part-time students will complete the program in 2.5 years by taking 2 courses per semester, including the summers. You also have the option of taking one course at a time.

Sample schedule for internship-based MHI

Fall 1 HINF 6110 - Health Information Systems and Issues HINF 6030 - Statistics for Health Informatics
Winter 1 HINF 6020 - Research Methods HINF 6230 - Knowledge Management for Health Informatics
Summer 1 2 electives
 
Fall 2
HINF 6101 - Health Information Flow and Use HINF 6210 - Data Mining for Health Informatics
Winter 2
HINF 6300 - IT Project Management HINF 6102 - Health Information Flow and Standards
Summer 2 HINF 7000 - Internship  
Fall 3 HINF 6220 - Networks and the Web for Health Informatics or HINF 6120 - Fundamentals of Clinical Care for Non-Clinicians
1 elective

 

Sample schedule for thesis-based MHI

Fall 1 HINF 6110 - Health Information Systems and Issues HINF 6030 - Statistics for Health Informatics
Winter 1 HINF 6020 - Research Methods HINF 6230 - Knowledge Management for Health Informatics
Summer 1 HINF 9000 - Thesis
1 elective
Fall 2
HINF 6101 - Health Information Flow and Use HINF 6210 - Data Mining for Health Informatics
Winter 2
HINF 6300 - IT Project Management HINF 6102 - Health Information Flow and Standards
Summer 2 HINF 9000 - Thesis  
Fall 3 HINF 9000 - Thesis HINF 6220 - Networks and the Web for Health Informatics or HINF 6120 - Fundamentals of Clinical Care for Non-Clinicians

 

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