Check out our partnership programs below for educational opportunities that meet workforce competencies and can be taken alongside the Certificate in Medical Informatics. These online and traditional face-to-face programs at UWF accept some or all of the medical informatics courses as technical electives in their programs.
To get an idea of the potential for the various degrees, we strongly suggest you contact each of the advisors of the undergraduate or graduate programs we have partnered with that interest you. Schedule a brief meeting or phone call and get their take on the benefits of the degrees and current job market trends. Please also check out our new Landing a Job in Informatics site.
Take advantage of as many of the steps on that page as possible to research and network with other professionals to help guide your decision-making on educational plans and secure possible contacts for future job prospects along the way!
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As indicated above, the number of courses accepted varies for each program, so check with the advisors for these programs to confirm any programmatic constraints. Acceptance of course credit for programs at other institutions is at the discretion of advisors at those institutions. If you are interested in any of the listed graduate programs, please be sure to consult with your graduate program's academic advisor regarding minimum scores needed for the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) or possible equivalent admissions tests such as the GMAT or MAT.
UWF does not currently have any plans to offer a graduate degree in the field of medical informatics. Alternatively, the focus of our certificate program is to provide high quality and cost-effective hands-on training for those currently working in the health care arena and for students who are interested in becoming involved in the decision-making in medical informatics at various levels. The partnerships we have established above with other programs at UWF are designed to enhance or create interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate degrees that address national workforce needs.
Both undergraduate and graduate courses taken as part of the Certificate in Medical Informatics program are part of the accreditation UWF has with SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools). For the current status of UWF's SACS accreditation, see our FAQs.
Graduate courses are also part of the accreditation UWF has with CEPH (Council on Education for Public Health), for those students applying the courses to the online Master of Public Health program. For the current status of UWF's CEPH accreditation, see our Masters of Public Health program.
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Updated April 16, 2011