Graduate Program

Master of Science in Informatics

Complete Coursework: 2 years* | Credit Hours: 36** | Format: Hybrid

TWU’s master of science degree in informatics is a brand-new program beginning in fall 2016. This interprofessional graduate degree allows students to tailor their education to their interests by offering an emphasis in clinical applications, data science/data analytics, health studies or community informatics. By earning an advanced degree in informatics, students will acquire the skills needed to gain the advantage in a competitive job market. As of 2014, 88% of professional data scientists have a master’s degree in a related field.

* Individual requirements may vary.
** 15 in computer science, 3 hours for a research tool, and 18 hours related to the program track chosen – data science, clinical applications, health studies, or community informatics.

Degree Plan

Program of study for our master of science degree in informatics

M.S. in Informatics courses

Admission requirements for the M.S. program in Informatics:

A bachelor’s degree with a cumulative 3.00 GPA in the last 60 hours and:

  1. demonstrated skills and competencies in information and communication technology as evident in work experience or prior coursework
  2. statement of intent and career goals in informatics provided in an essay no longer than two pages
  3. resume and two letters of recommendation

How to apply

Informatics Graduate Program
PO Box 425886
Denton, TX 76204-5886
informatics@twu.edu

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