Dual B.S. & M.S. Health Informatics

The data shows that two degrees are better than one

The health care industry is immense! An endless amount of proprietary data is created and used by hospitals, medical clinics, doctors’ offices, insurance corporations, research facilities, and other health-care organizations around the world. If you want to be included in the next generation of health care and data experts, you’ve come to the right place. A combined health sciences and health informatics dual-degree program can get you there!

Through a collaboration with the university’s Luddy School of Informatics and Computing, this accelerated five-year program will allow you to complete a health informatics master’s in addition to a health sciences undergraduate degree. With these tools, you will fill a pivotal role in the health care industry.

As a health care professional, you’ll help enhance the health and well-being of our communities, utilizing information technology, computer science, and knowledge management to deliver more efficient and safer patient care.

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B.S. in Health Sciences

Build an in-depth understanding of clinical health care and a strong foundation of the scientific, behavioral, and rehabilitative side of the industry. Your studies will provide a diverse health sciences background and the rareness to tailor your coursework to your interests.

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M.S. in Health Informatics

This program integrates health care, health information technology, informatics, and many other fields. You’ll learn to analyze and protect patient data and to improve the quality of medical care, making it more efficient, streamlined, and secure.

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Niki Munk

The health informatics M.S. is a unique combination for students who wish to work within the health care sector by analyzing biomedical patient data and improving medical care. Complete the M.S. portion of the degree during your fifth year, and you have the option to complete it fully online!

Niki Munk, Program Chair

What jobs can you land after graduating?

  • Biomedical informatician
  • Clinical data analyst
  • Clinical informatics consultant
  • Health information manager
  • Health care analyst