100% of the graduates of the Master of Health Informatics program find employment in their field within six months of graduation.
Master's Degree in Health Informatics
Health Innovation from health information
Good, current information is an essential component of good healthcare. A new breed of professionals is emerging to help both clinicians and consumers navigate and manage increasingly broad streams of health information. A combination of graduate training and practical experience prepares these specialists to work in any number of health-related fields, including clinical care, public health, consumer health, and medical research.
A master's degree for health information management
The University of Michigan School of Information (UMSI) offers a graduate program in Health Informatics, in partnership with the School of Public Health, the Learning Health System, the University of Michigan Medical School and other allied U-M divisions.
Through core courses, elective courses and an internship, Master of Health Informatics students build knowledge of the healthcare system and master concepts in health policy, information science and behavioral, cognitive and organizational science. They develop methodological skills in analytics, systems analysis, planning and implementation along with the skills required to create health information systems and resources that are truly useful to those who use them.
For more information on the Master of Health Informatics, see the program's home page.