Engineering Technology – Computational Health Informatics (M.S.) - University of Houston
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Computational Health Informatics (M.S.)

GRADUATE / TECHNOLOGY

Prepare for a career in the technological transformation of healthcare.


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12/01/2020

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Computational Health Informatics (M.S.)

The Master of Science in Engineering Technology - Computational Health Informatics program is a highly interdisciplinary degree aiming to prepare the next generation of engineers for a career in the technological transformation of healthcare. Specific emphasis on mobile computing, medical imaging and instrumentation, wearable sensors, multimodal data mining, and information security as applied to health care delivery. Driven by a strong market demand, the program is designed to provide students with a solid background in analytical methodologies, computational tools, devices, physiological modeling and simulation, and biomedical devices relevant to healthcare applications for detecting diseases, assisting with treatment, and monitoring efficacy of therapeutic interventions.

Graduates will learn the fundamentals of R&D empowering them to become leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators in healthcare technologies, including software development, hardware design, and information technology (IT), among other areas.

Total Hours 30
Graduate GPA 3.0 minimum
Test Scores Required GRE
Degree Awarded Master of Science in Engineering Technology