Health informatics is a great field for technically-savvy individuals who want to work in the healthcare industry. And when it comes to stepping into the future of healthcare, who can prepare you better than a top-tier medical school? USF Health’s Morsani College of Medicine is the nation’s first medical school to offer a Master of Science in Health Informatics 100% online.
Earning your degree from a prestigious medical school means learning from a faculty of healthcare professionals and information technology experts who already work in the field.
USF Health’s Master of Science in Health Informatics addresses both technological and operational aspects of informatics with a focus on the integration and interoperability of technology. Courses provide broad technical skills as well as the organizational competencies needed for senior-level positions.
USF Health’s MS in Health Informatics requires only 32 credit hours to complete, while competitive programs require 33-45 credit hours (12-15 courses).
The master's degree in health informatics program is in Candidacy Status, pending accreditation review by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).