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UT Southwestern’s Master of Science in Health Informatics program provides comprehensive training in all the computational skills needed to excel in this dynamic, fast-growing field. You’ll learn from and work alongside innovative leaders in this interdisciplinary specialty at the interface of health care and technology. 

The opportunities for Health Informatics training at UT Southwestern are extensive, comprehensive, challenging, and will prepare you for a career at the interface of health care and technology. Our faculty are dedicated to providing an outstanding education for those who will shape the future direction of health care. 

You will study the best ways to create and deliver knowledge to clinicians and patients, when and where needed. You will innovate, optimize, and modify care processes and provide safeguards to protect patients, systems, and providers. 

Our goal is to transform students who are passionate about health informatics into health informatics professionals who will use their skills, knowledge, and passion to improve individual health, health care delivery, public health, and biomedical research. 

The MSHI is offered in person. Full students complete the program in 2 years. Part time student complete the program in 2.5 years. 

All students complete a Capstone Research Project with a faculty member or an operational team at UT Southwestern or an affiliated institution.

Contact
Director:
Christoph U. Lehmann, MD, FAAP, FACMI, FIAHSI
Director Email:
christoph.lehmann@utsouthwestern.edu
Coordinator:
Katherine C. Flannery
Coordinator Email:
katherine.flannery@utsouthwestern.edu
Location
City:
Dallas
State:
Texas