The Certificate in Health Analytics is designed to provide students with core training in health analytics, including skills in biostatistics, predictive modeling, text mining, and advanced programming/data skills demanded by community and health care institutions today. Offered by the School of Public Health, this Certificate requires 5 courses (15 hours) of graduate coursework. Students completing this certificate program will be competitive for a wide number of positions in the health care field.
Admission to the program will be based on competitive selection from the pool of applicants
Complete admission to The University of Memphis and the School of Public Health
A minimum of a BS/BA in a related field with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 point scale.
Participants complete 15 credits hours of graduate work obtained from completing these five required courses:
For students who have already taken one or more of the above courses or equivalence prior to entering the Certificate program, following is a list of 6 elective classes from which students can choose to meet the 15 credit hours requirement: (For example, if a student has already taken SAS I, the student might wish to take SAS II to further develop their analytic skills.)
Electives that students may take if required courses have already been taken:
All students in the certificate program must maintain a 3.0 graduate GPA.
All coursework must be completed within 7 years.
In the semester of graduation, the student must submit the Apply to Graduate Form to the Graduate School and a Graduate Certificate Candidacy form to the School’s Program Coordinator and Director of Graduate Studies by the deadline specified by the Graduate School.