Biomedical Informatics Certificate

College of Medicine

The graduate certificate in biomedical informatics prepares students with a core curriculum and specialization tracks aimed to provide enrollees with training in basic biomedical informatics competencies. Upon completion, students will have an increased knowledge and understanding of biomedical informatics theories and principles and be able to interact with informatics technologies to create novel innovations in biomedical and clinical research and healthcare.

Campus Requirements: 
NONE — 100% Online

Sample Courses

BMI 5710

Introduction to Biomedical Informatics

A survey of biomedical informatics theories and methods employed in the design, implementation and management of information systems supporting basic science, clinical and translational research, clinical care, and public health.
BMI 5750

Methods in Biomedical Informatics and Data Science

Students will gain a familiarity with methods used during the course of the design, implementation, and evaluation of Biomedical Informatics platforms, and be able to appropriately select and combine such approaches on a project-specific basis. This course will establish an application-oriented understanding of how to appropriately use such methods in order to satisfy project-specific needs and deliverables.
BMI 5760

Public Health Informatics

Introduction to the emerging and critical field of Public Health informatics. This course will highlight the history, current and future use of informatics in the public health settings, and give students an understanding of the role and broad application of informatics to promoting health and preventing disease.

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