The Health Informatics programs prepares students to use Information Systems and Health Information Technology to design, evaluate, adopt, and apply technology-based innovations in healthcare delivery, management, and research.

Your Future Opportunities

Obtaining a major in Health Informatics prepares students for a variety of career opportunities.

Careers in this field

  • Clinical Informatics
  • Informatics Analyst
  • Informatics Specialist
  • Pharmacy or Nutrition Informaticist

Department of Computer Information Science

The Health Informatics program is part of the Department of Computer Information Science.

Health Informatics, Bachelor of Science (BS)

The Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics prepares students to use Information Systems and Health Information Technology (HIT) to design, evaluate, adopt, and apply technology-based innovations in healthcare delivery, management, and research.

Health Informatics, Certificate

The Health Informatics Certificate prepares students to use information technology (IT) to solve problems in multidisciplinary real-life settings.

Health Informatics Analytics, Professional Science Master's (PSM)

The Professional Science Masters in Health Infomatics Analytics prepares students to effectively use health informatics and analytics to impact health promotion, delivery, and decision making in a leadership setting.

Health Informatics Faculty & Staff

Meet our Faculty and Staff and learn more about their expertise.