Graduates of the program work in a variety of healthcare institutions and vendor settings in a wide range of positions, such as

  • electronic health record system implementation specialist,
  • health data analyst and
  • project manager.

Since the College of Public Health started the MS in Health Informatics program, more than half of its students increased their salary by 10 percent and/or accepted new positions of greater responsibility as a result of participation in the program.

Career Services

As a Temple student, you can visit the Career Center for support during your job or internship search. Drop in for a short visit or schedule a 30-minute coaching session to discuss components of your professional profile, including your résumé and LinkedIn presence.

You’ll also have access to


Career opportunities and mid-career salaries for the Health Informatics MS may include the following examples.


Median Salary*

Computer & Information Systems Managers


Computer Systems Analysts


Health Educators


Information Technology Project Managers


Management Analysts


Medical Records & Health Information Technicians


Nursing Assistants


Occupational Health & Safety Specialists




* Data obtained from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).