The HIA program continuously evolves to meet current industry needs. Therefore, the curriculum will continue to evolve throughout your studies. You can find current course offerings in Banner Self-Service. For course descriptions, visit UNC Charlotte's Graduate School Course Catalog.
Registration for the Spring 2023 semester opens up on October 31, 2022. Current students should attend a group advising session or schedule a meeting with their advisor to discuss course options prior to registering.
After selecting courses from the available options, all students must request authorization(s) to register. To receive authorization, please contact Carly Mahedy with the following information:
- Student ID #
- Course Title
- Course Registration Number (CRN#)
Additional information and FAQs can be found here.
Vocabulary training course
Students are required to complete a pre-program, self-directed online training module in basic concepts and vocabulary in health, medical nomenclature, and computer science terminology. The training course provides students a grounding in vocabulary and core concepts needed for success in our foundational courses.
This canvas-based training course is designed as a series of units within three larger modules. Each unit has an associated quiz. Students must complete all modules in order to receive the required certificate of completion. Entering students are encouraged to complete this training PRIOR to arrival on campus in August. Providing proof of its completion is a requirement early on in HCIP 6380 (Introduction to Health Informatics).
Please click here to visit boot camp page and enroll in the training course.
CHHS good scholar tutorial
We ask that all HIA students complete the "Good Scholar" tutorial, found under 'Student Resources' on the Public Health Sciences site.
The Good Scholar Tutorial is an interactive learning tool to help you understand the importance of correctly referencing and citing outside sources you use in your written papers so that you can demonstrate your scholarship and avoid plagiarism.