Professionals in the field of health informatics strive to improve the health of individuals, groups and populations through innovative information technology that is thoughtfully designed, implemented and managed, and that is responsive to both present and future needs. Informed by a deep understanding of information, technology, and public health, graduates of the U-M health informatics program will develop a unique vision for how to achieve this goal along with the skills to pursue this vision.
Master of Health Informatics
The MHI program prepares students for careers that will harness the power of information to enhance health and transform individual health and health care. We are developing the next generation of leaders to guide this rapidly evolving field.
- 52 credits
- 2 years
Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics
The GCHI program provides an introduction to the health informatics field and prepares student with knowledge and skills in fundamental area of information science and public health.
- 18 credits
- On-campus (available only to students who are enrolled a graduate program at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor)