Master of Science (MS) in Health Data Analytics Program By School of Public Health and Information Sciences University of Louisville |Top Universities

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The Department of Health Management and Systems Sciences views health data analytics as the wave of the future in public health and medicine. We recognize the need to educate and train students in practical application of health data analytics (big data, big data science, data mining, and data warehouse technologies) to real world problems in public health and medicine to meet an immediate and rapidly increasing demand for professionals with these critical knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs).

Master of Science in Health Data Analytics (MSHDA) is designed for professionals working in the healthcare industry or seeking a career transition who want to understand the intersection of healthcare tools and informatics with patient care and service.

• Learn to use data analytics methods and tools to solve the challenges faced within the healthcare industry
• Develop actionable procedures for data insights implementation and evaluation
• Learn from world-class faculty with extensive applied experience
• Complete your degree in as little as three semesters

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The University of Louisville is situated in Louisville, the largest city in Kentucky. Ranked third among the ‘Great Affordable College Towns in the US’ by Great Value Colleges, Louisville is the headquarter of healthcare providers including Norton Healthcare, KentuckyOne Health, Kindred Healthcare, Humana Inc., etc. providing many career opportunities for healthcare professionals. Louisville is also a significant manufacturing center which includes two Ford plants and General Electric Appliances. Louisville is also the birthplace of legendary boxer Mohammad Ali and home of Kentucky Derby.



The University of Louisville is known for many things, most notably, its history of innovations in the Medical field. Foe example, it opened the first trauma center in 1911; carried out the first auto blood transfusion in 1935; the first pap smear in 1970; completed the first self-contained artificial heart transplant in 2001. Its contributions towards healthcare research are also highly commendable.



Louisville proudly sports a 5-star rating from Campus Pride for its LGBTQ-friendliness, demonstrating the university’s desire to meet the needs of all its students, no matter their gender or sexual expression.

UofL has also been awarded the highest sustainable rating in Kentucky by Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS).



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