Quantitative reasoning: Health informatics applicants must demonstrate strength in quantitative reasoning through excellent performance in undergraduate mathematics or statistical coursework, high scores on standardized tests, or both.
Disciplinary strength: Health informatics applicants must also demonstrate strength in either computer science/computational methods or healthcare/biomedical science.
Please note that all accepted students who do not have previous experience with the R programming language will be required to complete a self-paced course on R during the summer before classes begin.
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