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Masters and Professional Programs

Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics

The Vanderbilt DBMI Training Program is uniquely positioned to prepare future leaders in the field with a comprehensive understanding gained through a strong foundation in the principles and theory of biomedical informatics, and participation in mentored scientific research and large-scale informatics development and implementation projects.

Master of Science in Biostatistics

Students completing a MS are required to demonstrate a pattern of competency in five skill areas. This will be accomplished through two years of satisfactory coursework, one set of written comprehensive examinations, participation in Departmental clinics, seminars, interdisciplinary collaborations, thesis writing and a departmental seminar. MS candidates must demonstrate competency and ability in these areas in a manner that is commensurate with an MS degree and in the best traditions of MS biostatisticians across the country.

Professional Programs Offered by the Office of Health Sciences Education
(Non-BRET Programs)

  • Doctor of Medicine
  • Master of Science in Applied Clinical Informatics
  • Master of Science in Clinical Investigation
  • Master of Genetic Counseling
  • Master of Imaging Science
  • Master of Public Health
  • Doctor of Audiology
  • Master of Education of the Deaf
  • Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Doctorate of Medical Physics
  • Master of Science in Medical Physics