Brandeis University Masters in Health Informatics Programs
- Brandeis Health Informatics Programs Overview: Brandeis recently added a Graduate Certificate in Health and Medical Informatics as part of the Division of Graduate Professional Studies. Students are required to complete 18 credits to earn the certificate in addition to all required MS courses.
- School Overview: Brandeis University is a top-ranked, liberal-arts school that offers 43 majors and 42 minors. At Brandeis, students have many degree programs to choose from, both on and off campus. Brandeis has more than $46 million in funded grants and scholarships for undergraduates and has received recognition for its community involvement and service-learning programs.
- School Founded: 1948 in Waltham, Mass.
- Accreditation: New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
- Number of Faculty Members: 500+
- Number of Students: 5,000+
- Campuses: One main campus as well as online programs
- Funding Options:
- Private Education Loans
- Need-Based Aid for those who qualify
- Student Payment Plans
- Merit Scholarships based on academic achievements
- International and Other Outside Scholarship Opportunities
- Health Informatics Programs Offered:
Featured Master's in Healthcare Informatics Programs
Health informatics is the study of how technology, particularly artificial intelligence, computer science, and informational science relates to the medical field. This field of study is typically applied to clinical care, nursing, public health, and biomedical research. The universities and colleges listed below offer online master's degree programs in this subject
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