Gain expertise in information technology and health administration to become an in-demand, highly skilled IT professional ready to lead health care systems as they continue to advance technologically.
Help organizations streamline their processes and improve the security of health data. Study a range of technologies to gain foundational competencies and the ability to adapt to new systems. Prepare for a rewarding career with numerous opportunities as health care systems become more technologically advanced and efficient.
A Long Tradition
Study in a nationally recognized College of Pharmacy that has been educating pharmacists for more than 150 years.
Along with College of Pharmacy courses, take courses in engineering and computing, nursing and public health.
Gain analysis and project management skills that prepare you to use IT to help transform health care systems.
Take advantage of two great networks and the ability to differentiate yourself in a competitive job market.
What You’ll Study
In addition to the full Pharm.D. curriculum, learn to manage large-scale health information systems and data. Learn how health care is financed, administered and monitored. Use advanced technologies and innovative tools and gain real-life perspectives on the complexities of transforming the U.S. health care system and the role of IT professionals in these careers.
Gain the professional and personal intelligence it takes to have a successful career.
Using proven strategies to help individuals or groups achieve positive outcomes
Examining and interpreting information to uncover insights and inform decision making
Inspiring and guiding others to achieve common goals and reach their full potential
Organizing and maintaining data in a computer system, including storage, retrieval and security
Directing and overseeing the activities and resources to achieve specific goals
Attention to Detail
Being meticulous and thorough in all aspects of a task or project
Using your degree
Make your college experience the foundation for a successful future.
- Hospital Administrator
- Chief Information Officer
- Chief Technology Officer
- Director of Medical Informatics
- Hospitals and Health Systems
- Technology Companies
- Government Agencies