A postgraduate master programme in health informatics has been launched at NTNU this autumn, starting in February 2009. The master programme in health informatics is targeted at working professionals, who already have a bachelor (or similar) degree within computer science or healthcare.
The master students will (with a few exceptions) follow the same courses regardless of their previous IT or healthcare background. This will allow them to become bridge-builders between professionals from the healthcare and computing communities.
The master programme focuses on problem-based and research-based learning in groups. It will be possible for students to work with relevant problem propositions from their place of employment.
Read more about the Master of Science in Health Informatics (in Norwegian).
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