Improve the delivery of health care data
Build your career where health care and computing converge. Be a key contributor to the medical information work flow by earning an undergraduate degree or certificate through the Department of BioHealth Informatics at the Luddy Indianapolis.
Develop the skills to become an agent for change and improve health care by managing information and organizing data effectively. You can learn to solve real-world problems involving patient care, health records, or emerging medical research.
Undergraduate degrees and certificates
This program is aimed at students with an introductory background in both computing and biology. It integrates knowledge from health, information systems, biomedical science, and other related areas. You can focus on bioinformatics and research-based medical data management. Or learn to solve problems in computational biology and information security using health informatics. You also can pursue premedical bioinformatics as your first step toward a medical degree.
Develop a well-rounded understanding of health care operations, preparing you for a future in technology and information management in a hospital or clinical setting. You may choose to earn a graduate degree to further your interests in informatics or administration in health care.
You’ll help vital medical data get where it needs to go in the Information Age. Medical coders ensure not only that bills get paid, but that health care providers can precisely record patients’ care, so crucial procedures don’t get missed.
A fast track to success
Earn both a bachelor’s and master’s in five years through our Accelerated Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree Program. Employers are seeking graduates with the highest qualifications and skill sets to emerge as tomorrow’s health and technology leaders.