Saint Louis University

Healthcare Information Systems Track

B.S. in Computer Information Systems

The Healthcare Information program track of the Computer Information Systems degree is for busy adults like you that want to focus on meeting the technology needs for the growing healthcare industry.

With a Healthcare Information Systems degree at Saint Louis University, students will gain the foundational knowledge for the development and application of information technologies in meeting the organizational needs of healthcare organizations.  

As part of the computer information systems degree program, students will complete a capstone project as a means for assessing learning outcomes and enhancing personal and professional development.

Students in our computer information systems healthcare information systems program should have knowledge and experience of computers and posses strong problem-solving skills. Students should be able to think logically, multitask and pay attention to detail.

Job opportunities for individuals in the healthcare information systems program are promising. 

Courses for Healthcare Information Systems Track

General Studies Core
credit hours:
48
Foundation Courses
CIS 4050
3
CIS 4900
3
CIS -
Elective
3
 
No course in the major will be accepted toward graduation if the student receives a letter grade below "C". Any student who fails a course two times may be dismissed from the Computer Information Systems major/minor or certificate program.
credit hours:
33
Healthcare Information Systems Track
OSTD 3305
3
credit hours:
12
General Electives
credit hours:
27
total credit hours:
120
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