The MS in Health Informatics is a 2 year, 30 credit, online degree program providing its students advanced knowledge in data and information science to improve patient care and the practice of medicine.
The program is designed for working professionals in diverse health care clinical and technology settings. The curriculum consists of 7 core courses and concentration selections from 6 track courses. These track courses will focus on software development, system integration, data analysis, clinical application building, systems analysis and project management. The MS in Health Informatics draws upon the interdisciplinary strengths of the colleges within Rochester Institute of Technology, along with its healthcare partner, Rochester Regional Health System (RRH).
For information about our 2 other graduate degree programs, visit their websites (Human-Computer Interaction or Networking & Systems Administration), or check out our departmental site Information Sciences & Technologies.
The student was able to quickly come up to speed on the technologies that we use in our product platform… He has been given the same level of responsibility as the full time employees and has handled it without problem.