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Health Information Systems

Informatics for
Information Managers

Program Closed as of Spring 2020

Certificate of Completion

Students active in the program must complete all requirements by April 30, 2021.  The program is closed for admission as of May 1, 2020.  

To earn a McMaster University Certificate of Completion in Health Information Systems, individuals must successfully complete all program requirements, which includes completion of all three courses, participation in discussions, group work, and assignments. A letter grade will be assigned, and a grade of C- or higher will be required to be eligible for a Certificate of Completion in Health Information Systems. There are no exemptions from course work and/or modules.

Transfer of credits from other academic institutions, workshops or web analytics training/courses are not accepted. A certificate of Completion is a non-academic certificate.

A certificate of Completion is a non-academic certificate acknowledging that the recipient has completed a minimum of 30 hours of education and has successfully completed an evaluation component (exam, project, paper or presentation) that assesses the individual's learning.