MHI program details

Master of Health Informatics

Students completing the Master of Health Informatics (MHI) will be well prepared to enter—and become leaders in—the health informatics field. Through their course selections, students shape their preparation to certain subfields, including clinical, consumer or public health application areas. Because there is integration and convergence among these subfields, all students will be required to acquire knowledge relevant to each of these subfields. Defining features of the program include its strengths in consumer informatics, population health applications and system-related human and organizational issues.

Our master’s degree is 52 credits and takes 2 years (4 semesters) of full time work to complete. 

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