Kennesaw State’s MSHMI program brings together informatics - the representation, processing, and communication of information in natural and engineered systems - with administrative skills. This combined curriculum will prepare you for leadership in the healthcare delivery industry through integrating information systems, computing, data analytics healthcare delivery processes, and leadership and management principles. This program will teach you to manage complex data for optimal outcomes.
To ensure the quality of the MSH graduate program, the design and curricular components are based on the nationally accepted standards set by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics, Information Management Education, and input from our Advisory Boards.
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Program Format: Hybrid
Number of Credit Hours: 36 Total Hours
Entry Terms: Fall
Time to Complete: 24-month Program
Admission to the Master in Healthcare Management and Informatics program is based on a competitive evaluation of the pool of applicants who complete the following:
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Upon graduation, you will be ready to tackle these types of leadership roles in healthcare:
These types of healthcare groups employ informatics graduates: