Health Informatics

College
College of Computer & Information Science
Study Options
Part Time
Locations
Boston, Charlotte, Seattle
Website
Full Program Description

Professionals who understand the relationship between information technology, people, health, and the health-care system are in short supply. With Northeastern University’s interdisciplinary graduate programs in health informatics, you gain the knowledge and skills needed to use information technology to improve health-care delivery and outcomes—and to advance your career in this growing field.

Northeastern’s health informatics master’s degree program provides:

ALIGN Master’s Degree Program

Interested in our Health Informatics Program but think your background might not be a match? Consider our ALIGN program. Created specifically to prepare bachelor’s degree holders for high-demand industries, regardless of their experience or undergraduate major, ALIGN offers custom curricula in hybrid formats on all our campuses and includes the benefits of our co-op experience and Northeastern’s global network.

To learn more, visit our ALIGN website.

College
College of Computer & Information Science
Study Options
Part Time
Locations
Boston
Website
Full Program Description

Northeastern’s graduate certificate programs provide high-quality, specialized training in health informatics and the ability to acquire and apply your knowledge quickly. In eight months, you can prepare for a key role in areas of the field offering ample career opportunities.

Three certificate programs enable you to choose the one that addresses your specific goals:

  • Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics Management and Exchange
  • Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics Privacy and Security
  • Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics Software Engineering