MS in Health Informatics
The MS in Health Informatics (MSHI) program provides students from diverse academic and professional backgrounds with the knowledge and skills to use information and knowledge processing methodology and information and communication technology efficiently and responsibly in order to improve health outcomes in varied settings. Students graduate with an understanding of both information systems and healthcare that complements their prior educations and experiences.
A Growing Field
The U.S. Department of Labor estimates a 49% growth in the demand for educated individuals prepared to be administrators, specialists, consultants, educators, and researchers at health organizations.
Quality Education for the Working Professional
- The MSHI--housed in CCI--draws on the strengths of health-related colleges at Drexel University, including the College of Nursing and Health Professions and Drexel University College of Medicine
- Students acquire knowledge and skills in information systems as they function in health care today. Courses also address social and organizational aspects of system implementation in a wide variety of health-related environments
- Students prepared to work in informatics-related positions in primary and hospital care, industry, government, and academia
- Students complete their degree on a full- or part-time basis
- Practicum gives students the opportunity gain experience in their field and use their new knowledge before graduation
MSHI Course Requirements & Descriptions
Please visit Drexel's Graduate Catalog for course requirements and course descriptions. To find out when courses are offered, please visit Drexel's Term Master Schedule.
The MSHI is offered as an online program only. For more information, or to apply, visit Drexel Online at www.drexel.com. You can also visit our Graduate Admissions page for admissions deadlines and requirements for the MSHI program.