Health Informatics MS/PharmD Academic Plan of Study

Please check the Manual of Rules and Regulations of the Graduate College for a complete description of the M.S. guidelines and requirements of the Graduate College. The requirements described here are in addition to the university-wide requirements for master’s degrees.

The combined program in the Health Informatics offers an M.S. non-thesis/PharmD option and requires completion of a minimum of 32 course semester hours beyond the bachelor’s degree with at least 18 of the 32 hours satisfying the requirements of the Certificate in Informatics.

M.S. Non Thesis – Final Exam Procedures

The student will need to fill out the Graduate College plan of study form, have it signed by the advisor and send it to the IGPI program coordinator (