An undergraduate degree in Informatics is excellent preparation for a number of graduate and professional programs, including business, computer science, dentistry, law, medicine, statistics, and a number of social science disciplines.
Informatics students are welcome and encouraged to consult with Informatics Faculty Advisors and the Program Manager during their graduate or professional school search and application process.
The Master of Health Informatics at the University of Michigan is a joint program offered by the School of Information and the School of Public Health.
The Career Center
(graduate and professional school planning)
Resources and guidance for students interested in graduate and professional programs are offered through the University of Michigan Career Center, including resources for researching graduate programs, links to testing organizations, advice regarding essay writing and application processes, financial aid resources, graduate school information fairs, and more.
All Informatics concentrators are invited and encouraged to meet with a Career Center advisor to discuss graduate and professional school goals.