The Master of Science in Health Data Analytics (MSHDA) is a 3 semester program with a focus on learning about health information analysis and data management, including HIPAA and other federal rules and regulations. The program is designed to teach you how to leverage data, models, analytics methods and tools to solve challenges faced within the healthcare industry.
The Department of Health Management & System Sciences created a program curriculum designed to deepen knowledge of data and advanced analytics in healthcare. The curriculum has 5 main competency components:
- Public health domain knowledge
- Data handling, including relevant regulations and laws
- Development of data warehouses from disparate repositories
- Advanced analytic techniques appropriate for very large databases
- Translation of data into knowledge
To graduate, students must successfully complete the 33 credit hour curriculum and the MSHDA Capstone Course and have an overall 3.0 GPA in coursework.
Designed to give you hands-on experience in the field that can be evaluated through instructor feedback, the practicum is a 3-credit hour component of the program, completed in your local area at any healthcare-focused data analytics organization of your choice.
Students who complete the MSHDA program at UofL are able to apply to a variety of data analytic positions in healthcare where they focus on the analysis of healthcare for individuals and the population.
Students can either enroll in our 100% online program or take classes on campus.
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