|Information||Master in Applied Health Science
|Completed in||15-36 months|
|Total Quarter Credits||60 quarter credits|
|Core Courses||18 quarter credits|
|Selectives + Electives||30 quarter credits|
|Seminar/Grand Rounds||1 credit per quarter for 4 quarters (total 4 quarter credits)|
|CITI Ethics||https://www.citiprogram.org (0 credits)|
All programs follow the School of Medicine's standard for minimum grade requirements as outlined in the "Grading Policy" below, and include core, selective and elective coursework, a weekly seminar, weekly Grand Rounds, and a capstone (or thesis) project.
- Introduction to Precision Medicine Data Analytics
- Intro to Public Health & Biomedical Informatics
- Applied Clinical Informatics
- Leading Change through Health Informatics
- Health Information Systems: Design to Deployment
- Database Querying in Health
For detailed description of core courses, seminar/grand rounds, the capstone, as well as electives please visit our "Courses" page. For electives in the School of Public Health, search their catalogue here: https://www.jhsph.edu/courses/
- Students must earn a grade of B minus or higher in BIDS's core courses.
- At most, two courses with grades less than B– may be counted towards the coursework requirements. No course with grades less than C- may be counted. The overall grade point average of the courses counted towards the coursework requirements must be a 3.00 or higher (B average). At most, two independent study courses can be counted towards the course requirements.
- Other than independent study courses, no courses with grades of S or Pass/Fail can be counted towards the coursework requirement unless that course is not offered for a letter grade. Be sure to consult your advisor or the program director before registering for a Pass/Fail course. Courses with grades of S or Pass/Fail will not be included in the grade point average calculation.
- A grade of D or F will result in probation; a second D or F would be cause for being dropped from the program.
- Probation: Upon being placed on probation the student will receive an email and official letter from the Program Director. An ad hoc subcommittee, comprising at least three members of the Executive Committee (of the Director’s choosing) will be assembled, and a formal meeting with the student scheduled. During the meeting the student will have the opportunity to review the grade with the committee, and to develop consensus on a plan to monitor future progress in the program, including a time line for meeting the program’s expectations. The notification and committee proceedings will become part of the student's permanent record, as will documentation of the students’ ongoing progress. On review of the fellows’ academic progress, the committee will recommend the students continuance or dismissal from the Program.