Elective Courses

Business

MBA/Business courses available to eHealth students can be selected in MOSAIC.  If you have difficulty, please notify the Program Administrator (ehealth@mcmaster.ca).

Equivalent courses are shown in brackets. More information about MBA courses can be found on the MBA current students website.  For MBA course selection in MOSAIC use BUSADMIN suject area.

  • 700 – Introduction to Health Management (C700)
  • 702 – Healthcare Analytics (eHealth 702)
  • 711 – Health Economics and Evaluation (C711)
  • 712 – Managerial Negotiations (B712)
  • 715 – Health Care Funding and Resource Allocation (C715)
  • 720 – Strategic Management (P720)
  • 721 – Health Policy Analysis (C721 and HRM 738)
  • 722 – Management of Population Health (C722)
  • 723 – Data Mining and Business Intelligence (K723)
  • 724 – eBusiness Strategies (724)
  • 725 – Managing Communications in Health Care (C725)
  • 725 – Business Process Reengineering (K725)
  • 726 – Critical Issues in Health Services Management (C726)
  • 727 – Pharma/Biotech Business Issues (C727)
  • 727 – Strategic Knowledge Management (P727)
  • 730 – Strategic Management of Technology (B730)
  • 731 – Project Management (K731)
  • 732 – eBusiness Strategies (K724)
  • 734 – Supply Chain Management (O734)
  • 735 – Proposal Development for Health Care Leaders (C735)
  • 736 – Quality Management in Health Services (C736)
  • 737 – Cases in eBusiness, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (K737)
  • 741 – Health Care Marketing (C741)
  • 743 – e-Health Solutions for Chronic Disease Self-Management (K743)
  • 745 – eHealth Innovations and Trends (eHealth745)
  • 748 – Multidisciplinary Entrepreneurship (B748)
  • 750 – Ethical and Legal Issues in Health Care (C750)
  • 792 – Security, Privacy, and Trust in eBusiness (K792)

Computer Science

Engineering courses should be available MOSAIC without special permission.  If you have difficulty, please notify the Program Administrator (ehealth@mcmaster.ca).

Equivalent courses are shown in brackets. More information about computing and software courses can be found in the course calendar and on the Computing and Software website.

Biomedical Engineering (CS equivalent electives)

These courses are by special permission.  Please contact the Program Administrator to facilitate.  The timetable for BME can be found here.

More information about courses can be found in the course calendar and on the Biomedical Engineering website.

W. Booth School of Engineering Practice (CS equivalent electives)

These courses are by special permission.  Please contact the Program Administrator to facilitate.  The timetable can be found here.

More information about courses can be found here.

  • SEP 6E03 – Entrepreneurial Opportunity Identification
  • SEP 6EL3 – Leading Innovation
  • SEP 6PM3 – The Management of Technical Projects
  • SEP 709 – Emerging Issues, Technology and Public Policy
  • SEP 725 – Practical Project Management for Today’s Business Environment
  • SEP 761 – Human-Centred Design
  • SEP 763 – Special Topics in Engineering Design

Health Science

eHealth 701 – Research and Evaluation Methods for eHealth – Spring/Summer 2018 term – fully online

HRM 721 – Fundamentals of Health Research and Evaluation Methods – permission required
HRM 736 – Health Care System Financing and Innovation – permission required

HRM courses frequently require the permission of the instructor.  Please contact Cynthia Lokker, Faculty Lead for HS for assistance in securing permissions.

HRM courses are in high-demand and HRM in-course students (who meet the course prerequisites) are given priority for registration in HRM courses. Students from other graduate programs at McMaster who meet the course prerequisites and obtain permission from the instructor (if applicable) will be added to the wait-list (Refer to mosaic course catalogue or HRM website for detailed prerequisites for HTHRSM courses). If students obtain permission from the instructor they can email Sophia Piro (pirose@mcmaster.ca) to be added to the wait-list.
For eHealth students, permission will be facilitated through Cynthia Lokker (lokkerc@mcmaster.ca), so please send her an email with your request. Any available spaces will be released to students who meet the prerequisites after: Sept 1 for Fall 2017 courses, Dec 7 for Winter 2018 courses, Apr 7 for Spring 2018 courses, TBA but normally after June 7 for Summer 2018 HRM 721

NEW
MSc eHealth students are eligible with permission to take courses in the Master of Public Health program

PSYCH 734 / CES 734 – Computational Models of Learning and Memory  This course is taught every second year in the Fall term – next offering FAll 2018

Other Options

If you find another graduate level course you believe would be a suitable elective, please contact the Program Administrator to ask that it be reviewed.

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