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Celestine Kubuafor

Celestine Kubuafor
  • Graduate Student Ambassador
  • Degree sought: M.S. Health Informatics


ckubuafoiu [dot] edu



BSC. Information Technology, University of Ghana.
Diploma in Health Information Management, College of Health and Wellbeing-Kintampo

Hometown: Battor, Ghana


I decided to advance my career in Health Informatics because it is a healthcare 4.0 (Industry 4.0) related career program. This field is applying IT skills in healthcare delivery or making health decisions using health data. The Health Informatics program is worth investing your time and money in. Oh yes! I love money so I chose a high-paying and highly demanding career field. My eyes are so feast in this projection: “The Bureau of Labor Statistics is projecting 35% job growth in healthcare occupations over the next 10 years (2020 – 2030) and the projected job openings are 51,800 per year.”

IUPUI School of Informatics and Computing has degrees and master’s programs that are in high demand. My department makes programming a fun and easy-tolearn skills in preparing me for the job market. I am also a part-time student employee in the informatics department.

Advice for students:

Do you know that the Health Informatics program is an interdisciplinary field? Do you know the School of Informatics and Computing department has scholarships for prospective and continuing students? Do you know our department programs can make you eligible for an international student loan?

Ask me more questions!

I am here to help you succeed in applying for your program of interest at IUPUI