Health Informatics, MS

Be part of the future of healthcare

A collaboration between Pace University’s College of Health Professions and Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, our Health Informatics master’s degree is an exceptional interdisciplinary program at the intersection of healthcare and technology.

Build tomorrow’s healthcare solutions

Graduate fully equipped to work in a variety of health- and technology-related fields, such as telehealth, artificial intelligence (AI), software development, electronic medical records (EMR), and health trend tracking.

Thoughtfully designed for working professionals interested in advancing their careers or moving into a new field.

You’ll be prepared to work at top institutions in the field, including Memorial Sloan Kettering, NewYork-Presbyterian, Columbia Medical Center, and New York University, as well as major pharmaceutical companies, including Pfizer, Regeneron, and Bayer.

Through a Master of Science in Health Informatics, you will develop a command of healthcare, information systems, databases, and information technology in order to develop data-driven solutions to improve health services, reduce costs, and create efficiencies through strategic data analysis. The program is designed for working professionals—healthcare IT technicians, medical clinicians, non-health IT programmers, analysts and data administrators—who would like to leverage their existing skill set into this emerging and impactful field, as well as those looking for a career change.

“Healthcare technology is bringing us into an exciting world of truly personalized medicine and healthcare. Right now, faculty from CHP and Seidenberg are working with students on innovative, interdisciplinary research projects that seamlessly blend healthcare and technology in ways that improve the healthcare experience not just for patients, but for medical professionals as well. This new program brings together the best of both worlds for people looking to make a difference.”

Jonathan Hill, Dean of Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information

Choose Your Career

You’ll be prepared to work in a number of fields at the intersection of healthcare and technology including telehealth, artificial intelligence (AI), software development, electronic medical records (EMR), and health trend tracking.

Admission Requirements

  • Be a graduate of an accredited baccalaureate program
  • Demonstrate scholastic aptitude as evidenced by previous academic work, motivation, leadership potential and maturity
  • Have an undergraduate cumulative QPA of 3.0
  • No standardized admissions test (GMAT, GRE, or Miller Analogy) is required
  • Although preferred, professional or related experience is not required
$85,000

average salary for master’s prepared health informatics professionals in New York

22%

job growth for medical record and information technicians through 2022

182,203

total job postings for master’s prepared health informatics professionals in New York