Management of health records is poised to play a growing role in the future of healthcare and medical innovation, underpinning effective care today and future advances in personalized medicine. Health Information professionals work in this expanding branch of information technology, designing systems for managing healthcare data that can lead to improved diagnosis and care delivery for every patient.

Program offerings

Graduate

Master of Science in Health Informatics

Master of Science in Health Informatics-Master of Public Health*

*The College of Public Health also offers a dual degree that allows students to earn both a master of science in health informatics and a master of public health in health policy and management. Students interested in the MPH-MSHI program must apply to each program separately and indicate their interest in the dual degree. 

Faculty and Research

Programs in Health Informatics are housed in the Department of Health Services Administration and Policy. Learn more about faculty and research opportunities.