The University of Wisconsin–Madison graduate programs in Clinical & Health Informatics are designed for working professionals who want to apply their learning. We offer an entirely online, project-based, interdisciplinary curriculum that connects experts across fields to combine insights, data skills, and clinical care.

Instruction is from accomplished faculty and industry leaders in population health, biomedical informatics, engineering, nursing, pharmacy, and healthcare operations management.

Capstone Certificate students take 9 credits (3-5 of these courses), while Master of Science degree students take 30 credits (all the following courses).  We list these by the semester students typically take each:

Year 1 – Fall semester

Year 1 – Spring semester

Year 1 – Summer

Year 2 – Fall semester

Year 2 – Spring semester

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