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New graduate program in health informatics announces scholarships

January 31, 2012, UM SPH release

The University of Michigan's innovative joint Master of Health Informatics degree program is offering ten charter scholarships for exceptionally qualified students. Each scholarship will provide 50% tuition support. Those who submit applications by the priority application deadline of February 15 will receive top consideration for 50% tuition Charter Scholarships. The charter scholarships mark the inaugural year of Michigan's two-year health informatics master's degree program which begins in Fall 2012. The final application deadline is May 1.

In addition to the master's program, Michigan also offers a graduate certificate program. Both the certificate and the master's degree programs are offered jointly by the University of Michigan School of Public Health and School of Information.

Health informatics is an interdisciplinary field that encompasses informational, computational, behavioral and organizational sciences, as well as a deep understanding of health systems and processes. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that health information management and health informatics employment will grow nearly 18 percent by 2016.

For more about Michigan's health informatics program, visit their website.

Contact: Terri Mellow, director of communications
Phone: (734) 764-8094