KU's master's degree in health informatics prepares graduates to integrate health, social-behavioral and informatics knowledge to improve health and well-being of individuals and communities. The Master of Science in Health Informatics consists of 40 credit hours focusing on informatics, leadership, and research. Four specialty track options are:
- Clinical – online
- Project Management – Online
- Public Health – Online and on campus courses
- Health Policy & Management – Online and on campus courses.
Courses combine practical experiences with simulated course projects, and students integrate course learning by working with a mentor to complete a final practicum requirement.
- The Center for Health informatics is proud to be a part of the highly ranked KU School of Nursing.