Program DescriptionLoma Linda University School of Public Health Geoinformatics Program utilizes the latest geospatial technologies to improve public health. Through teaching and application, the Health Geoinformatics Program trains for the future of health by integrating current data with cutting-edge technology to focus on solutions for our public health needs.
Program Length1 year (12 units spread over 4 academic quarters)
Possible CareersGIS professionals find career opportunities in environmental impact assessment, biodiversity assessment, natural resource management, environmental modelling, town planning, public utility work and many socio-economic development programmes. GIS professionals make the geographic information accessible to scientists, planners, decision makers, managers and to general public. The knowledge of geo-informatics is becoming a driving force behind the overall socio-economic development of the nation.
Application DeadlinesThere are currently no published application deadlines.
Expected costs for the academic year are based on full time attendance. From year to year, increases are anticipated consistent with inflation in the professional education sector.