The graduate certificate in Informatics requires a minimum of 18-21 s.h. of graduate credit, depending on a student's choice of subprogram: the subprograms in health informatics and information science require a minimum of 18 s.h.; the bioinformatics and computational biology and the geoinformatics subprograms require a minimum of 21 s.h.
The certificate program is designed for students enrolled in University of Iowa graduate degree programs who wish to study informatics as a complement to their degree program and for nondegree students who are interested in increasing their knowledge of informatics.
All subprograms require a minimum of 9 s.h. in the foundations of informatics.
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