Online Master of Science in Health Informatics
Health informatics is a rapidly changing field where its professionals improve healthcare by harnessing the wealth of information that spans the patient continuum of care. Multiple disciplines, such as business and technology, intersect with healthcare in this field.
The Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSHI) program is designed to provide graduate students with a skill-set that helps those new to the field of health informatics to transition into it and those already there to rise to the next professional level. The program focuses particularly on healthcare information systems. Students will learn–from multiple perspectives–the impact of health informatics on the continuum of care.
This program is offered entirely online and no GRE is required.
Graduates find careers in places such as hospitals, clinics, insurance organizations, academic institutions, research departments, vendor companies and consulting firms.
Admissions guidelines for the Master of Science in Health Informatics degree.
Degree Goals & Course Info
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Tuition & Fees
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The HIMSS Academic Organizational Affiliate program is a way to share industry knowledge and educate students on critical issues that will help them succeed in health IT. The program gives Logan access to educational content, industry news, networking opportunities and discounted resources, not to mention a variety of student-focused benefits, including complimentary student memberships (subject to student membership criteria).