Integrated Info Tech (ITEC)
Theory, design, and implementation of technology-based training systems, including hardware and software solutions.
Telecommunications systems, applications, and equipment allowing for the global dissemination of information.
Shell scripting and administration in the Linux operating system.
Project management principles and standard practices, including software applications for project management.
The development of advanced, dynamic, Web-based information systems, including the integration of back-end database-records management systems.
Application of project management software, technologies, and practices to the design and implementation of real-world capstone projects.
Introduction to database administration and implementation using an enterprise-level Relational Database Management System (RDBMS).
Advanced concepts, issues, and trends in technology support and training management. Course content varies and will be announced in the schedule of classes by title. May be repeated twice for credit.
Computer application skills and concepts used in training support and business education.
Spreadsheet and database application skills and concepts used in training support and business education.
Healthcare privacy and security threats and solutions. Compliance with patient information privacy and information security regulations.
Overview of telecommunication technologies as they apply to healthcare delivery, healthcare administration, and health information exchange.
Overview of health information technology, electronic health records (EHR) , and health information exchange (HIE), current practices, trends, and issues in health information systems management, and privacy and security of health information.
Professional internship in health information technology. Positions assigned on an individual basis with emphasis on management decision making, oral and written communication skills, planning, and problem solving.
Integration of information technology across the business spectrum. Underlying technological developments and important business drivers of performance. Digital technology’s role in relation to three major components of business performance improvement: people, processes and technology.
This course applies the principles of information systems analysis and dsign to health processes and applications. It looks at the analysis and logical design of business processes and management information systems focusing on the systems development life cycle; and techniques for logical system design.
Information Technology (IT) elements of the cyberinfrastructure; information assurance and security in the modern cyberinfrastructure; design and secure advanced systems that use, process, transmit, and store of information.
Techniques, technologies, and management tools used in modern cyberinfrastructures, including software-defined data centers, next-generation software-defined networking (NG-SDN), and cloud systems.
Overview of the analysis, design, and usability of health information systems. Includes consideration of computer interfaces, Web portals, and patient portals.
Application of project management software, technologies and practices to the design and implementation of real-world health information technology projects. Integrates IT knowledge and skills learned in earlier graduate courses and challenges graduate students to learn new technologies and to solve real business problems.
This course is an introduction to design, implementation, and management of database systems that form the foundation for health information systems.
Design, implementation and operation of large-scale information systems for healthcare institutions. Includes EMRs, CPOE, e-prescribing, medication administration, CRM, and supply chain management.
Implementation of electronic health records (EHR) and health information exchange with focus on clinical transformation, which is the most difficult and critical component of achieving improved clinical outcomes and efficiencies from EHRs.
Application of effective teaching techniques and organization of instructional settings for middle or high school students.
Mathematical and software tools and quantitative reasoning to the analysis of enterprise data. Fundamental concepts and essential skills in data analytics. Critical and creative thinking about quantitative and qualitative problems involving enterprise data.
Advanced concepts, issues, and trends in information technology. Course content varies and will be announced in the schedule of classes by title. May be repeated twice for credit.
Overview of information security exploring basic concepts and developing knowledge and skills of protecting valuable information assets and systems.
Technical and managerial aspects of IT security operations. Securing the cyberinfrastructure, detecting and mitigating intrusion, monitoring and managing computing systems.
Risk assessments, risk mitigation strategies, security risks, controls and services, development and implementation of security policies, threat and vulnerability, risk management program.
Independent study in association with a directing instructor on a topic not covered in standard classes. Contract approved by instructor, advisor, and graduate program director.