Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics
The Certificate in Health Informatics joins the expertise of the School of Public Health and the School of Information. The Certificate exposes students to key concepts related to the use of data and technology in designing, evaluating and implementing healthcare policy and interventions in support of individual and population health. Students must receive a B- or higher in each of the courses they plan to use to fulfill the requirements of the Certificate and a minimum overall B average in all certificate courses.
The Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics is not a stand alone certificate or terminal degree. The certificate is an opportunity for currently enrolled U-M graduate students to supplement their main degree program. Students looking to be leaders in Health Informatics should pursue the Master of Health Informatics program, a 52 credit terminal degree, by contacting Annie Knill, Assistant Director, at email@example.com.
If you are interested in pursuing the Certificate in Health Informatics, please determine your eligibility and review the certification process.
For advising and additional information about the certificate, email firstname.lastname@example.org.