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Informatics is defined by the TWU university-wide informatics committee as: Using technology and data analytics to derive meaningful information from data for data and decision driven practice in user centered systems.

The B.S. programs in Informatics and Health Informatics are new degree programs available beginning in fall 2015. These programs provide students with a flexible, adaptable, interdisciplinary, and inter-professional approach to the study of Informatics and Health Informatics in a hybrid learning environment. Academic components, in addition to Mathematics and Computer Science that are actively involved in delivery of the programs include Nursing, Health Studies, and Information Studies.

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