What is Health Informatics?
An evolving discipline that combines computer science and communication technologies with biological and cognitive sciences, the field of health informatics is growing exponentially and has become a key component to addressing today’s health care challenges.
Prospective students who choose UTHealth’s School of Biomedical Informatics (SBMI) will lead the way, helping to define the future of health care. Our school’s mission it to educate and train future scientists and professionals in biomedical informatics and health information technology.
UTHealth SBMI is the only school in the country devoted exclusively to graduate level programs in health informatics and has been educating leaders in the field since 1997.
Fully online program options are available, as well as degree programs in a more traditional, offline setting. Many programs are available on a part-time basis to fit your busy schedule.
Texas is known for having some of the lowest tuition in the country, and UTHealth SBMI follows in this tradition by providing unprecedented value for an extraordinary education.
Skilled faculty members are current leaders in the field, and readily available to help students understand the concepts being covered.
Located within the world's largest medical center, UTHealth SBMI provides unparalleled research opportunities both during studies and after finishing degrees.
> Application Process & Requirements
Application Deadline for the certificate and master's programs Summer 2016 enrollment: March 1, 2016
Application Deadline for the doctoral program Fall 2016 enrollment: March 1, 2016
All applications for admission to the Spring 2016 semester to the certificate program, Master of Science program and Dual Degree program must be submitted by November 1, 2015. Applications for Summer 2016 admission to the doctoral program are due November 1, 2015.
Application criteria may vary depending on the program you wish to be admitted to. Please see all program admissions requirements for more information.
If you have any questions regarding the admission process, please contact the Office of Academic Affairs at 713.500.3591 or SBMIAcademics@uth.tmc.edu. For detailed information regarding submission requirements, refer to the Admissions Requirements.