The M.S. in Health Informatics is a 30 credit hour program consisting of 18 credit hours of core informatics coursework, six credit hours of an applied informatics project, and two electives. The degree may be pursued on a full or part-time basis. Some courses are available online.
- The Master of Science in Health Informatics is a degree program designed to cultivate senior and executive level health informatics professionals.
- This program is designed for individuals from a variety of backgrounds including health care, information technology and business.
- Coursework prepares students to meet the demands of a highly complex and rapidly changing environment.
- The program advances knowledge of clinical, administrative and documentation systems that support health care decisions.
- Clinicians may choose to pursue a graduate degree in health informatics for research, disease-management, telemedicine or career advancement.
- Non-clinicians may be looking to develop skills in electronic health records, privacy and security of health data and information or efficient health information systems.