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For questions regarding admissions, tuition and fees, financial support, and other policies set by the Graduate School, please refer to the ISU Graduate School FAQs.
Q: I have a degree in the computing sciences (Business Informatics, Health Informatics, Computer Information Systems, MIS, or Computer Science). Can I be admitted?
Q: I have an undergraduate degree in health informatics from ISU. Do I already know everything in this program?
Q: If I have a BBA in Health Informatics from ISU, do I have to retake the HI courses at the graduate level?
Q: I have an undergraduate degree in health informatics from another university. Will those classes apply to the MSHI?
- While a master’s degree from ISU requires a minimum of 30 credits in approved course work, including thesis credits if required, the MSHI requires 36 credits.
- A master’s degree student must complete at least fifteen 6600-level credits.
- Credit is not generally granted toward a graduate degree for 55xx courses when the corresponding 44xx course was taken at the undergraduate level.
- Up to nine semester credits earned may be applied to two master's degrees.