Gain an Innovative Healthcare Management and Informatics Degree
The demand for skilled information technology leaders in health care is growing every day. The Master of Science in Healthcare Management and Informatics (MSHMI) is the first of its kind in Georgia and one of the best MS in healthcare management programs in the United States!
The MSHMI degree integrates information technology, computing, data analytics, and healthcare delivery processes, along with leadership and management principles. Our collaborative approach to healthcare information technology allows our graduates to understand the complexity of relationships that must be considered when making technology decisions within a care delivery organization and prepares them for leadership.
The Only MS in Healthcare Management and Informatics Degree in Georgia
The Master of Science in Healthcare Management and Informatics is an interdisciplinary program spanning Coles College of Business, College of Science and Mathematics, Wellstar College of Health and Human Sciences and the College of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Kennesaw State University.
Our interdisciplinary approach gives students a well-rounded understanding of the connections between healthcare management and informatics. A combined understanding of these fields is crucial to the effective delivery and practice of health care in the 21st century and is essential to lead in this ever-growing industry.
Careers in Healthcare Management and Informatics
Our graduates will leave ready to take on a diverse array of roles as leaders in healthcare management & technology today, including:
- Chief medical informatics officer
- Chief information officer
- Project managers
- VP of information technology
The Master of Science in Healthcare Management and Informatics Program thanks each of our industry partners for their continuing contributions to the program. Their support is essential in empowering our students to become leaders in the healthcare technology industry and develop solutions to real-world digital healthcare challenges and improve patient outcomes.