PhD in Health Informatics (under Development)

Student learning will be closely tied to a comprehensive list of required competencies. Some of these will be taught, some will be gained through field experiences, and others will be developed through self-paced learning and teamwork. The competencies will provide the foundation for the core curriculum and will be assessed throughout the curriculum. Students will acquire insights and skills that they can apply immediately in their careers as biomedical engineers, Health Informatics Specialist as well as Rehabilitation and Mobility Science Specialists. The goal is to equip students with the skills and dedication to engage in life-long learning under three thematic areas:
(1) Biomedical Engineering;
(2) Health Informatics;
(3) Rehabilitation and Mobility Science.


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