Earn Your M.S. in Health Informatics
Gain the skills to turn patient data into knowledge that improves lives with an M.S. in Health Informatics from Franklin University.
Channel your talent for data analysis into a role in which you can inform decision making, improve efficiencies and ultimately improve patient care and outcomes. You’ll develop your competency in key areas including data analytics, math and computer science.
More than a necessary element of treatment, health information is a significant part of a business case. You’ll examine healthcare policies, guidelines, standards, processes and controls required to manage health information at the enterprise level.
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Embedded credentials provide a quick ROI on the time and tuition you’re investing in your master’s degree.
Embedded certificate marks midpoint to degree completion
Your time and tuition dollars pay off fast with a Graduate Certificate in Data Analytics awarded after the completion of your first four master’s courses.
Complete the courses below and receive a certificate that formally documents your ability to identify and communicate insights gained through data analysis.
- MATH 601 - Introduction to Analytics
- COMP 630 - Issues in Database Management
- DATA 605 - Data Visualization and Reporting
- DATA 610 - Big Data Analytics and Data Mining