Graduate Certificate Curriculum, Biomedical Informatics

The Graduate Certificate in Biomedical Informatics is a minimum 15-credit-hour certificate program.

Core Courses – All Required (9 credits)

course title credits
GMS 6804 Translational Bioinformatics 3 Letter-grade
GMS 6805 Introduction to Applied Ontology 3 Letter-grade
GMS 6850 Foundations of Biomedical Informatics 3 Letter-grade

Statistics Courses – Choose 1 (3 credits)

course title credits
PHC 6050 Biostatistical Methods 3 Letter-grade
PHC 6052 Introduction to Biostatistical Methods 3 Letter-grade
PHC 6053 Regression Methods for the Health and Life Sciences 3 Letter-grade
STA 6166 Statistical Methods in Research 3 Letter-grade

Advanced Electives – Choose 1 (3 credits)

course title credits
CAP 5100 Human-Computer Interaction 3 Letter-grade
CAP 5510 Bioinformactics 3 Letter-grade
CAP 5635 Artificial Intelligence Concepts 3 Letter-grade
CAP 6610 Machine Learning 3 Letter-grade
CEN 5035 Software Engineering 3 Letter-grade
PHI 5135 Graduate Logic 3 Letter-grade
PHI 6105 Seminar in Logic 3 Letter-grade
GMS 6803 Data Science for Clinical Research 3 Letter-grade
GMS 6806 Security and Privacy in Clinical Research 3 Letter-grade
GMS 6856 Introduction to Natural Language Processing 3 Letter-grade

Total: 15 credits minimum