The Lesley H. and William L. Collins College of Professional StudiesQueens Campus
Health Informatics is the science of information management in healthcare and its application to support clinical practice, decision-making, and research. Health Informatics is a body of knowledge and techniques to organize and manage information supporting research, education, and patient care.
St. John's University CCPS offers a BS degree in Healthcare Informatics. Moreover, students with a BS computer science major can opt for healthcare informatics as a minor. To earn the Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science/Healthcare Informatics Option (as a minor), students complete 120 credits in major-sequence, elective courses, and core requirements. Detail of HCI as minor with BS- Computer Science can be found here.
For Computer Science, Computer Security Systems, and Networking and Telecommunications majors: 18 credit hours including HSA 1100, 1101, HCI 1001, 1002, 1011, 1021.
For Health and Human Services (Health care concentration only) majors: 18 credit hours including CUS 1115, 1116, HCI 1001, 1002, 1011, 1021.
For All Other Majors: 24 credit hours including CUS 1115, 1116, HSA 1100,1101, HCI 1001, 1002, 1011, 1021