The Health Informatics program delivers foundational and core competencies in population health management, health data analytics, and the secure exchange of information between clinicians and patients. Graduates of the program are adept at dissecting and interpreting raw data; discovering innovative ways to help companies solve complex business problems, identify opportunities, and efficiencies. Our program is designed for working professionals with courses in the evening and part-time and full-time options available. The program has two starting point options, the Graduate Certificate or the Master’s degree. The Graduate Certificate can be pursued as a stand-alone credential, or folded into the Master’s degree.
Graduate Program Information
Admission and Progression Requirements, and all Program Requirements can be found in the Graduate Catalog. Please see the information below:
Up to six hours of approved coursework may be transferred to satisfy the Master degree requirements. Only courses in which the student earned a grade of B or better will be accepted. Graduate credits applied to a previous degree cannot be transferred.
The Health Informatics Master program has two established dual degree programs. Students who wish to pursue a dual degree must be accepted into each program separately. Both programs’ admissions committees will review applicants to the dual program.