The MS is a non-research, course-based program for students who wish to enhance their careers with advanced knowledge of informatics. Requirements are specific to each of its subprograms in geoinformatics, health informatics, and human-computer interaction. It also offers a combined program with Pharmacy offering an MS/PharmD.
Admission decisions are based on prior academic performance, letters of reference, and the applicant's statement about background and purpose. Applicants must meet the admission requirements of the Graduate College; see the Manual of Rules and Regulations of the Graduate College. For more information, see the PhD and MS admissions page.