What is Health Data Analytics?
How could Health Data Analytics help me?
The Health Data Analytics concentration prepares graduates to assume leadership roles in this emerging discipline. The opportunity to improve health care quality, lower costs and accelerate research collaboration lies in the hands of those capable of synthesizing and analyzing massive data sets to extract the insights necessary for informed decision-making.
How does it work?
The general requirements for the Health Data Analytics concentration are the same as the other Interdisciplinary Studies programs: 30 credit hours required, no more than 18 hours in any one academic area, etc. (see Admissions and Planning). Courses for credit must be approved by the program director before you register each semester. Knowledge of at least one foreign language or an acceptable equivalent is required for the Master of Arts degree, but not for the Master of Science.
This is a 30 credit hour online program. Students will develop a broad understanding of the various methods, software tools and topical expertise needed to discover meaningful patterns in health-related data and effectively communicate the implications.
Students will take 12 credit hours from the following courses in Health Services Administration, with INSD 5940 or HLSV 5940 taken during their final semester:
Students will also need to take 12 credit hours from the following courses as part of their Applied Data Science.
- HLSV 5300 - Information Systems for Healthcare Management
- HLSV 5400 - Health Delivery Systems
- HLSV 5450 - Health Services Administration
- HLSV 5940 - HLSV Capstone
- AGER 5840 - Internship in Administration of Programs in Aging
- ADTA 5120 - Introduction to Data Science
- ADTA 5130 - Data Analytics I
- ADTA 5230 - Data Analytics II
- ADTA 5250 - Large Data Visualization
- INSD 5110 - Introduction to Interdisciplinary Research
- INSD 5940 - Interdisciplinary Capstone Experience
- Students will work with their program advisor to identify a specialization field. These courses must be approved by the program coordinator and the department in which the courses are located.
For further information about a concentration in Health Data Analytics at UNT, please contact the Interdisciplinary Studies program coordinator Audra O'Neal at INSD@unt.edu or 940-565-4787.