The new health
care concentration within the MS in Predictive Analytics is preparing
students to thrive in an industry where the demand for data scientists
In the Medical Informatics Laboratory, the power of computing is
extending the sight (and insights) of medicine in new and bold ways.
Students earning an MS in Health Informatics learn how to use technology to improve health care access, quality, and outcomes.
To bring a humanities perspective back to the practice of health care, Craig Klugman takes students to the DePaul Art Museum to teach them the art of observation.
“Green projects shouldn’t be just for the rich,” says Winifred Curran, an associate professor of geography. "Sustainability is possible only if it supports the common good."
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