To earn the Master of Health Informatics & Health Information Management, you must successfully complete 20 required courses, including a capstone project, for a total of 59 graduate credits.
MHIHIM has a rigorous, competency-based curriculum that prepares students to lead in the field of health IT. It is structured around four key pillars:
The MHIHIM Stakeholders Program brings leading Seattle-area industry professionals into the classroom to offer the latest perspectives on current issues and trends. Through frequent guest lectures and panels, you'll gain valuable insights into leadership, enterprise systems, informatics initiatives and more.
HIHIM 509 Introduction to Health Informatics (3)
HSMGMT 510 Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management (3)
HIHIM 508 Health Information Systems and Leadership (3)
HIHIM 520 Law, Policy and Ethics in Health Information (3)
HIHIM 598 Project Management (3)
HIHIM 510 Enterprise Systems and Electronic Health Records (3)
HIHIM 530 Confidentiality, Privacy, and Security of Health Information (HI) in an e-Environment (3)
HIHIM 535 Clinical Vocabularies and Terminologies (3)
HIHIM 524 Healthcare Data Analytics (3)
HSMGMT 501 Epidemiology/Critical Evidence Appraisal (3)
HIHIM 525 Healthcare Databases and Applications (3)
HIHIM 550 Healthcare Information Governance (3)
HSMGMT 505 Managing Healthcare Organizations (3)
HIHIM 552 Healthcare Business Intelligence (3)
HIHIM 540 Consumer Health Informatics (3)
HSMGMT 562 Strategic Management (3)
HIHIM 556 Healthcare Quality and Technology (3)
HIHIM 599 Capstone Project (3)
The capstone project is the culminating project in the MHIHIM program. It gives you the opportunity to apply your technical and management skills and industry knowledge to a real-life health informatics and health information management problem at a health care organization or related organization in the community.
Here are some examples of recent capstone projects: