Want to make a difference in healthcare?
The paperless revolution is creating a huge need for IT professionals in healthcare. From the maintenance of electronic medical records to the transmission of patient information, you’ll be in high demand in this fast-paced, vital industry.
This master’s-level program will prepare you to make a difference in the future of healthcare. You’ll learn how to use healthcare information for practical and research purposes, share your expertise with doctors, nurses, and other IT staff, and make smart healthcare-centric decisions.
Possible job titles
- IT systems analyst
- Healthcare data analyst
- IT administrator or manager
- Healthcare or clinical informatics
- Healthcare informatics consultant
Benefits of getting your MSHI at DSU
We have an incredibly strong reputation in technology. This means that, in addition to your core classes in healthcare informatics, you’ll also take classes in network technology, security, and management, as well as data privacy, analytics, application development, and more.
We also proudly boast of our faculty—at DSU, you’ll work with a well-seasoned teaching staff that actually knows health information management, with over 50 years combined experience in the field.
Our on-campus Center of Advancement for Healthcare IT (CAHIT) offers internship and project possibilities to MSHI students.
Best of all, you’ll be getting all the benefits of a private-school education (including small class sizes and an individualized approach) at a public-university cost.
Apply to our MSHI program
Get your degree online
Our Master of Science in Health Informatics program is also offered completely online for your convenience.
See what classes you’ll be taking with our Graduate Catalog. Check up on when and how to apply to this program (PDF) with the timelines and requirements, or meet MSHI faculty online or during a campus visit. You can always contact us with any questions—or just to talk about what is possible.
"The best part of this graduate program at DSU was the instructors and the fellow students. The experiences shared by all the varying backgrounds and years of experience brought to each class a variety of views and perceptions regarding each topic."Damien Brockel '13
Job Title: System Consultant at Billings Clinic
Major: Master of Science in Health Informatics