Douglas Chamberlain (MET’74, GSM’76) President and Chief Executive Officer of Appleton Partners Founder,
Boston University’s Metropolitan College offers a variety of graduate certificates and a master’s degree concentration in health informatics. Developed and taught by BU faculty with expertise in medicine, computer science, and biomedical engineering, Metropolitan College’s health informatics programs provide an interdisciplinary, integrated approach to the field. Graduates will have the skills necessary to spearhead health IT initiatives; manage, process, and analyze medical data; ensure privacy and security of health information systems; conduct research; and design and implement advanced software solutions.
Metropolitan College’s Master of Science in Computer Information Systems offers information technology (IT), managerial and organizational knowledge to help fast track your career. Accredited by the PMI Global Accreditation Center (GAC).
The MS in Computer Information Systems concentration in Health Informatics exposes individuals to health electronic applications and data, including their collection, processing, and storage. Individuals graduating from this program will have a solid knowledge of data communication and computer networks as well as biomedical databases.
The Health Informatics graduate certificate focuses on electronic medical data in the health care industry.
Medical information security certification covers methods and skills needed to design & build secure patient data systems.
This graduate certificate in software engineering develops skills to design & build health care data systems.