Open House: Master of Science in Health Informatics
Monday, March 5 | 4:00 - 5:00 pm PSTLearn more and RSVP
The Master of Science in Health Informatics is a rigorous program at the intersection of biomedical science, analytics, and clinical practice. Students gain a broad knowledge of the rapidly evolving health care landscape and deep understanding of healthcare data.
A Health Data Analytics track is available for students who want advanced training in machine learning, natural language processing, nonlinear signal processing, bioinformatics, and advanced statistical methods. For clinicians and healthcare executives, the Clinical Informatics track offers opportunities for training in clinical research informatics, the role of informatics in healthcare cost control, and global health informatics. All students may explore opportunities in public health informatics, research methods, and advanced nursing informatics.
The program requires 36 units and can be completed in as little as four (4) semesters. As a very well prepared and highly motivated student, you may be able to complete the program in three (3) semesters. Courses are offered year round. Students with demanding career and personal commitments may extend their graduate education. A four (4) course certificate is available for students interested in advancing their knowledge of health and biomedical informatics.
Monday–Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.