MASTER OF SCIENCE

Healthcare Informatics

Elective Courses (totaling 12 credits) 

Candidates for the Master’s degree in Healthcare Informatics will select, with the approval of their faculty mentor, at least 12 credit hours of graduate level courses from the Harrisburg University course catalog. This allows individual students to obtain educational experiences that apply directly to their personal interests and goals within the broad scope of healthcare informatics.


The following courses are likely to be among those selected:

  • ANLY 500 – Analytics I: Principles and Applications
  • ANLY 506 – Exploratory Data Analysis
  • ANLY 510 – Analytics II: Principles and Applications
  • ANLY 512 – Data Visualization
  • ANLY 515 – Risk Modeling and Assessment
  • ANLY 525 – Quantitative Decision-Making
  • CISC 520 – Data Mining and Engineering
  • CISC 525 – Big Data Architecture
  • ISEM 500 – Strategic Information Systems Planning, Engineering & Management
  • ISEM 501 – Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Principles
  • ISEM 525 – Business Process Modeling and Workflow Systems
  • ISEM 565 – Business Intelligence and Decision Support Systems
  • LTMS 645 – Graphics for Learning
  • MGMT 510 – Business Strategy and Management Principles
  • MGMT 511 – Digital and Global Organization
  • MGMT 520 – Professional Communication
  • MGMT 560 – Organizational Leadership
  • PMGT 510 – Principles of Project Management
  • PMGT 540 – Planning and Executing Projects