Earn a Master’s in Health Informatics from the
George Washington University

HealthInformatics@GW is the online Master of Science in Management of Health Informatics and Analytics program offered by the No. 12-ranked Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University¹.

Data is playing an increasingly integral role in health care reform. Become a part of the next generation of health innovators who will use data and IT tools to improve patient outcomes and the quality of health care delivery.

As a student, you will:

Attend face-to-face, weekly classes via web camera.

Visit GW’s D.C. campus for hands-on learning experiences.

Learn from expert, globally connected GW faculty.

Join an elite network of GW alumni.

Access coursework 24/7 with our convenient mobile app.

Earn your master’s in health informatics in as little as two years.

Connect with other accomplished health care leaders from around the world.

Gain the skills to sit for the PMP® certification exam.

This program is designed for professionals with at least three years of experience in health care or in the IT or data analytics field. There is no GRE or GMAT requirement for admission.

Ready to enhance your leadership, project management and entrepreneurial skills as you work with like-minded professionals to solve and prevent public health challenges? Request more information about HealthInformatics@GW.

¹Best Public Health Schools, U.S. News and World Report (2019)