Why UW Madison for your Clinical and
Health Informatics master’s degree
UW-Madison is on the cutting edge of informatics, data science, big data, and computer science. The UW-Madison is already the training-ground for skilled, competent, and creative innovators that are fueling the next phases of the information age to the borders of our state and beyond. Now, one of UW-Madison’s newest programs, the Clinical & Health Informatics Professional Masters (MS-CHI) will bring this tradition of excellence to focus on human health. The MS-CHI will train professionals with the knowledge and skills to advance their careers, improve the health of Wisconsin, and benefit society.
UW also offers unique areas of interdisciplinary focus, combining public policy with health, education, and business. As evidence of innovation in health, UW-Madison is home to many firsts, including first bone marrow transplant and the first national stem cell bank. The University’s focus on innovation and ingenuity had led to a stellar career placement rate.
As a recognized leader in providing quality and value in lifelong education, the UW-Madison created the MS-CHI program to match the values of our University. Our program discovers, examines critically, preserves and transmits the clinical and health informatics knowledge, wisdom and values that will improve the quality of life for all.