The University of San Francisco: School of Nursing and Health Professions

Master of Science in Health Informatics

As information technology continues to transform healthcare, there is a need for specialists in the innovative field of health informatics.

A rigorous technical program that prepares graduates to become innovators and leaders in the global digital health revolution.

OFFERED IN SAN FRANCISCO AND ONLINE


U.S. News

"This field is exploding... access to health information on the Web is taking off at a meteoric pace. It's creating enormous employment opportunities." – Charles Friedman, Chair, Academic Forum, AMIA. Full Story »

Gain Real World Experience

A strong entrepreneurial focus runs through the entire program. Opportunities to engage with:

  • Silicon Valley digital health companies
  • Biotech startups
  • Global health organizations
  • Advanced technology centers in large medical systems

All students regardless of background, will learn computer programming skills, which will be utilized and developed further throughout the program.

Program Emphasis Options

    $2,500 Scholarships & Research Assistantship Grants for MSHI students. Contact us for more information.
  • Health Data Analytics
  • Global Health Informatics
  • Behavioral and Mental Health Informatics
  • Bioinformatics

More Information

Learn more from our program brochure. To discuss the program with one of our staff, please contact the School of Nursing and Health Professions at health@usfca.edu or (415) 422-3627.

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