Informatics Program Learning Outcomes


Program Learning Outcomes — Informatics

Upon completion of the MS in Informatics program, students will be able to:

A. Apply technology informatics skills to solve specific industry data and information management problems, with a focus on usability and designing for users;

B. Evaluate, manage, and develop electronic records programs and applications in a specific organizational setting;

C. Demonstrate strong understanding of security and ethics issues related to informatics, user interface, and inter-professional application of informatics in specific fields by designing and implementing appropriate information assurance and ethics and privacy solutions;

D. Identify user needs, ideate informatics products and services, prototype new concepts, and evaluate a prototype’s usability;

E. Work collaboratively in teams and use project management practices effectively to solve user-centric information and data problems;

F. Conduct informatics analysis and visualization applied to different real-world fields, such as health science and privacy.

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