Northwestern University Masters in Health Informatics Programs
- Northwestern University School Overview: Northwestern has three campuses and also offers online courses. Two campuses are located on Lake Michigan: a 240-acre campus in Evanston, the first suburb north of Chicago, and a 25-acre campus in Chicago. Northwestern offers programs in arts and sciences, communication, education and social policy, medicine, engineering, journalism, law, management and music as well as a variety of graduate-level programs.
- School Founded: 1851 by John Evans
- Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA)
- Number of Faculty Members: 7,000+ faculty and staff
- Number of Students: 16,000+
- Campuses: Three campuses plus online programs
- Funding Options:
- Federal, Institutional and Private Education Loans for those who qualify
- Need-Based Scholarships and Grants available
- Federal Work Study Programs
- Outside Employment Aid Opportunities
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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