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Career outcomes

Graduates of the MHI program enjoy high levels of career success.

Of those who graduated in 2018, 100% are working in their field of choice with 100% job satisfaction. The average starting salary was $80,000 after a short job search.

Most are working in health systems, health services, consulting, non-profits, startups or tech companies.  

View the most recent employment report.

Recent graduate stories

Parisa Soroya: Find Your Ditto

While an MHI student, Parisa Soroya founded “Find Your Ditto,” a mobile platform that matches individuals who suffer from similar health conditions for mutual support and emotional health. 

Michele Bochinski

Michele Bochinski had been a nurse for over 20 years when an interest in her hospital’s new electronic health management system led her to apply to the MHI program. Michelle now works as a Clinical Data Quality Specialist at the Data Office for Clinical & Translational Research at U-M.

The Master of Health Informatics at the University of Michigan is a joined degree, featuring courses and faculty from the School of Information, School of Public Health and the School of Medicine Department of Learning Health Sciences.