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Computational Health Informatics Track

Master of Science in Engineering Technology

Overview

The Master of Science (MS) in Engineering Technology—Computational Health Informatics Track may be completed under a Thesis (two semesters) or Project (one semester) option. Both options provide a foundation on biomedical imaging and instrumentation, acquisition and processing of biomedical signals, analysis and management of big data and sensitive healthcare information, along with elements of human anatomy and physiology. Student projects involve cutting-edge research lead by our faculty and collaborators at major research and academic institutions.

Faculty and Research Concentrations