To mark its inaugural year, the Health Informatics program at the University of Michigan is offering Charter Scholarships to exceptionally qualified students. They are planning to award ten such scholarships, each providing 50% tuition support. Individuals who complete and submit a complete application for admission by the preferred admission deadline of February 15 will be automatically considered for Charter Scholarships.
Health Informatics at Michigan is a nationally-recognized and unique program empasizing Consumer Health Informatics and Population Health Informatics.
Here's some additional information about the Master of Health Informatics (MHI)
- 52 credits
- Internship experience
- Open to applicants from any academic or professional background
- Residential / on-campus program
Students completing the Master of Health Informatics (MHI) will be well prepared to enter—and become leaders in—the health informatics field. Through their elective course selections, students may shape their preparation more specifically to certain subfields, such as clinical, consumer or public health application areas. Because there is likely to be integration and convergence among these subfields in the coming years, however, all students will be required to acquire knowledge relevant to each of these subfields. Defining features of the program include its strengths in leadership and consumer health informatics applications and system-related human and organizational issues.
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