Master of Professional StudiesInformatics
A relatively new and rapidly evolving area, informatics is increasingly used to solve today’s problems. Whether it’s used to create information and communication technologies, design decision support systems, develop 3-D visualizations, or devise mobile applications, informatics can be applied across a wide range of industries to address a variety of privacy, security, healthcare, environmental, educational, and social challenges.
In response, Northeastern University offers the Master of Professional Studies in Informatics. Designed to improve your computing skills and enhance your knowledge of computing applications, this master’s degree in informatics prepares you to excel in the fast-growing and dynamic field of informatics.
- Gain a strategic framework for aligning competitive strategies, core competencies, and information systems
- Examine concepts, architectures, protocols, standards, and security models for digital networks
- Acquire tools and techniques for effectively managing small, medium, and large programming projects
- Learn how to adopt a multi-disciplinary approach to research and analysis
- Understand what is required to research, identify, design, implement, secure, and manage technology
- Explore cutting-edge software principles and programming techniques