|Program name||Master of Science in Health and Medical Informatics|
|Address||415 South Street|
|Certificates and degrees||Master of Science|
As the information systems within the health and medical industry grow more complex, organizations need leaders who can manage healthcare delivery with new information technology standards in mind. These individuals must possess a deep knowledge of regulations around medical data; the capacity to use information systems to support strategic decision making; and the ability to develop and implement efficient IT solutions to improve patient care.
As a student in the Brandeis GPS Health and Medical Informatics Program, you'll learn alongside working professionals looking to advance their careers along with their educational goals. The program will equip you to:
- Build and implement IT solutions that improve healthcare outcomes.
- Design policies that ensure the privacy and security of patient data.
- Use healthcare analytics to guide informed decisions.
The 30-credit program has six required courses and four electives.
Division of Graduate Professional Studies