Master of Professional Studies in Informatics

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Application Deadlines
Fall Quarter, Spring Quarter, Summer Quarter, Winter Quarter
Credits Required for Graduation


In today’s technology-driven information economy, informatics—the analysis and design of how human beings interact with information—has applications across many industries, including healthcare, consulting, education, finance, manufacturing, and communications. From designing decision support systems to developing 3-D visualizations, creating mobile applications, or managing information and communication technologies, informatics professionals bring technical expertise to bear on a wide range of challenges involving the usability, reliability, privacy, safety, and security of information.

This innovative program prepares IT professionals for management positions by connecting computing skills and applications to real-world issues of information strategy, data governance, ethics, and business intelligence.

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