Why Dal's MHI is right for you
Open new doors
Whether you are a health professional in Canada, a student coming direct from a bachelor degree, or a foreign-trained health professional, Dalhousie’s Master of Health Informatics will open doors for you that wouldn’t otherwise be open.
Health professionals working in Canada
Dalhousie’s Master of Health Informatics program will open up new opportunities for you within the Canadian healthcare system. Your real-world experience in the healthcare system is highly desirable and helpful. The degree can be done part-time so you don’t have to leave your job.
Read about Selena Davis' experience with the MHI program as a health professional working in Canada.
Students coming direct from a bachelor degree
The Master of Health Informatics program is well-suited for students coming direct from a bachelor degree in disciplines related to health, informatics and management—with no on-the-job experience necessary.
Read about Ryan Duggan's experience as an MHI student coming direct from a bachelor degree.
Professionals working at the Nova Scotia Health Authority
With the Master of Health Informatics, you will gain the knowledge and skills you need to help shape the future of health care in Nova Scotia. Conduct research for a thesis or complete an internship within the dynamic health and IT environments in Nova Scotia, and be a part of the One Patient, One Record system as it emerges across the province.
Read about Amina Russell's experience with the MHI program as a professional working at the Nova Scotia Health Authority.
Foreign-trained health professionals
Use your experience and knowledge in healthcare to develop a successful career in Canada. With Dalhousie’s Master of Health Informatics, you have the opportunity to work successfully in an up-and-coming field within the healthcare system—and your real-world experience in other healthcare systems is highly desirable.
Our evolving healthcare system needs IT professionals who are knowledgable in healthcare processes and standards in order to develop the next generation of health information systems. As an IT professional, Dal's Master of Health Informatics program will train you to apply your IT skills to design and develop state-of-the-art health information and e-health systems.
Read about Xinxin Emily Wang's experience with the MHI program as an IT professional.