Meet the demand for health informatics professionals
Professionals who understand the relationship between information technology, people, health, and the health-care system are in short supply. With Northeastern University’s interdisciplinary graduate programs in health informatics, you gain the knowledge and skills needed to use information technology to improve health-care delivery and outcomes—and to advance your career in this growing field.
Northeastern’s health informatics master’s degree and certificate programs provide:
- The expertise of both the College of Computer and Information Science and Bouvé College of Health Sciences
- Faculty who are senior leaders in the field
- The ability to communicate effectively with clinicians, administrators, and IT professionals, and to understand each of their needs and constraints
- Strong industry connections
- The opportunity to learn from students with backgrounds in health care or technology—nurses, pharmacists, physicians, programmers, project managers, analysts, and others
- Flexible course schedules and formats designed to meet the needs of both working professionals and full-time students
- Research opportunities ad an academic lead-in to the PhD in Personal Health Informatics
Whether you want to take on new responsibilities in your current workplace or launch a new career, Northeastern’s graduate degree and certificate programs in health informatics prepare you for leadership and specialist roles in a variety of health-related organizations. And you’re ready to make an immediate impact on health care.