Digital health and biomedical informatics is a rapidly growing and evolving field, and there are so many important roles for digital health professionals.
The MS in Digital Health Informatics (formally known as the MS Health Informatics) is a rigorous program at the intersection of technology, biomedical science, analytics, and clinical practice.
Students gain a broad knowledge of the rapidly evolving digital healthcare landscape and deep understanding of healthcare data. They will also gain the skills to conceptualize and develop digital health informatics solutions including data capture, processing, storage, and distribution.
The program has particular strength in digital health, data analytics and clinical informatics.
As information technology continues to transform healthcare, there is a need for specialists in the innovative field of health informatics. Graduates are prepared to become world-class innovators and leaders in the 21st century digital revolution.
Graduates with a Master of Science in Digital Health Informatics are prepared to:
HS 609 – Global Health Informatics
HS 610 – Perspective Health Informatics
HS 611 – Databases, standards, terminologies
HS 614 – Data Analytics in Medicine and Public Health
HS 620 – Digital Health Entrepreneurship
HS 631 – Statistical Computing for Biomedical Informatics
HS 632 – Consumer Health Informatics
HS 650 – Capstone Project in Digital Health Informatics
Complete 4 units of HS electives. See faculty adviser for course selection.
HS 651 – Research Project in Digital Health Informatics
MPH 621 – Epidemiology
MPH 626 – Population Health Informatics
MPH 653 – Research Methods in Public Health and Epidemiology
N 614 – Healthcare Systems Leadership
N 629 – Financial Resources Management
N 648 – Healthcare Policy and Ethics