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New Courses & Programs of Study (2 packages)
Nutrition and Dietetics – Graduate
Add a new non-degree program Certificate – Graduate Interprofessional HIT Certificate
Summary of the Changes:This 12 graduate credit interprofessional certificate in healthcare informatics was developed by an interdisciplinary faculty group responding to community need identified by focus groups for professionals trained in HIT. It is designed for information professionals, clinical personnel and other health care personnel who want to increase their knowledge of information technology and management of the complex and organizational issues which are present in healthcare at the graduate level. The objective of this program is to expose students to modern health IT, including data acquisition and analysis, systems design and decision processing. This program focuses on electronic medical data generated and stored in health care organizations and its application. APC Log
#201508-111 is the new course request for the CCEC Computing course,CIS 6XXX Data Analytics. (Click here for the program of study)
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HIT Certificate Capstone (3 crs)
Prerequisites: "HSA6114: Health Organization/Delivery" AND "ISM6021: Mgmt Information Technology"Co-requisites: None
Prerequisites: HSA 6114 Health Organization/Delivery; ISM 6021 Mgmt Information Technology This course will serve as the capstone for the Graduate Interprofessional HIT Certificate Program and will provide a culminating project to include the following: identification of a relevant problem related to the theory or the practice of health informatics; conduct a literature review related to the identified problem and formulate a valid solution either in the form of a testable hypothesis or other form of scholarly activity; collect empirical data applicable to the problem; and complete a data-based study or other comparable scholarly activity.
Nutrition and Dietetics – Graduate
Add a new non-degree program Certificate – Graduate Certificate in Global Health
Summary of the Changes:The new program will be a Graduate Certificate Program in Global Health which requires 12 graduate credits. It was developed over the past year with a strong interdisciplinary faculty group who designed the curriculum to meet the needs for global health competencies set forth by several of the BCH accrediting bodies. Global health is an interdisciplinary field that relies on a broad knowledge base to create innovative solutions to challenging health problems in resource poor settings. This program will provide graduate health students an opportunity to do at least one international study abroad course, two required graduate courses in global health, with one which includes working with a refugee population in North Florida, and one elective course which may be an additional study abroad or a discipline specific course related to international or global health issues. Understanding issues related to global health is central to preparation for working on emerging global issues such as sustainability of food and water resources, disease transmission and management, epidemics, and health care delivery in compromised settings. The development of the certificate program was supported by a grant from Student Affairs to promote more study abroad opportunities at UNF.(Click here for the program of study)
Global Health (3 crs)
Prerequisites: NoneCo-requisites: None
This course will examine the principles, current trends and practical applications of key global health strategies. This is an interdisciplinary study designed for students who are looking to gain real life skills and insights that can be translated directly into practice.
Nutrition and Health in Refugee Populations (3 crs)
This course provides students with real life skills and experiences in the community working with refugee families that can be translated directly into practice in other communities. Students will work in multidisciplinary teams to address an identified need of a given refugee population and formulate solutions from a variety of health perspectives.
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