Why Pursue a Clinical Informatics Degree from Duke

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Flexible format leverages best of face-to-face and virtual learning

  • The weekend format accommodates professional work schedules but with the invaluable networking benefits that only a face-to-face health informatics program can provide.
  • The MMCi program is the only weekend graduate / post-graduate health IT degree program that can be completed in 12 months.

Rigorous curriculum blends business and health informatics disciplines

  • MMCi’s interdisciplinary curriculum is shaped by the most current market trends, developments and career opportunities.
  • Students acquire immediately applicable knowledge and skills that give them the flexibility to migrate to a variety of functions related to the delivery of health products, services, and technologies.

Individualized career development creates new professional opportunities

  • MMCi’s one-of-a-kind individualized career development and coaching program is tailored exclusively to the requirements and goals of MMCi students.
  • Students engage regularly with industry leaders, renowned faculty, and a diverse and accomplished cohort.

A prestigious degree from a “Top 10” institution

  • One of the most respected and well-recognized academic institutions in the world, Duke University has long been at the forefront of medical research, clinical care, and business education.
  • The University has a record of ground-breaking achievements in health information technology, underscored by millions of dollars in related federal funding.

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