Univ. of Michigan Health Informatics Graduate Program

A message from the University of Michigan Health Informatics graduate program:

The Master of Health Informatics program is a unique and specialized joint graduate program between the School of Information and School of Public Health. The MHI program at UM is preparing students for careers that will harness the power of information to enhance health and transform individual health and health care.

Our graduate-level health informatics program is taking part in two recruiting events that may be of interest to you or your students:

1. Please save the date for the Seattle Idealist Grad School Fair, on Tuesday, October 13 in the Campion Hall Ballroom on the Seattle University campus from 5-8pm. The event will feature many graduate programs, including the Master of Health Informatics program. Learn more about admissions requirements and job opportunities within the health informatics realm.

2. Please save the date for MHI Prospective Student Day on Saturday, October 24 in Ann Arbor. This is an immersive event with MHI faculty and students where you will learn about the curriculum, job prospects, and admissions processes. The event will run from 9am-1:30pm and will take place in North Quad on UM’s Central Campus. Anyone can register to attend on our website.

UW Public Health students have the exact skill set that we are searching for in our graduate program. Please feel free to pass this message on to your staff and students; anyone interested in learning more should complete our prospective student form.