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Online Master’s Degree Programs

Graduate Degree Programs

Advance Your Career With a Master's From a Top Medical School

When it comes to a career in healthcare, no one can better prepare you than a top-tier medical school. The University of South Florida has transformed a community medical school, established by the Florida Legislature in 1965, into a major academic medical center known statewide and nationally for its innovative curriculum. With an emphasis on improving health through interprofessional education, research and clinical activities, USF Health's Morsani College of Medicine has taken a leading role in changing how medical schools teach physicians of the future. At USF Health, healthcare providers, researchers and educators work together to create a community of good health. This revolutionary approach puts USF Health in a unique position to prepare you for the challenges of today's transforming healthcare system.

Now, through the convenience of USF's video-based e-learning and interactive virtual classroom, USF Health's esteemed professors and medical professionals can guide you toward your next big achievement – a graduate degree – 100% online. You can gain valuable post-baccalaureate credentials that can help you launch or advance your healthcare career – on your own busy schedule, without the need to ever set foot on campus. And when you've completed your studies, you'll receive your degree from the same respected university as traditional students. Let USF Health start you on the road to achieving your personal and professional goals.

Master of Science Health Informatics - Program information

Position yourself to help lead the transformation of healthcare. Learn how to acquire, store, retrieve and use medical information to better patient care. The goal of health informatics is to manage costs, while improving patient outcomes. Experts in this field are in demand as healthcare providers scramble to meet federal mandates to develop sharable electronic health records – or face reduced payments from Medicare and Medicaid.