The Informatics Master’s degree program from the San José State University School of Information is ideal for students with technical and non-technical backgrounds who are interested in exploring connections between people and technology. The 30-unit program starts with core foundational courses focused on human/computer interaction and the needs of the end user. Students then take three courses in their area of specialization, including health/telehealth. All courses are delivered exclusively online in an interactive and supportive online learning environment, allowing students the flexibility to take courses at their own pace and convenience to complete course work around their schedule. The degree can be earned in as quickly as 12 to 18 months. Applications are accepted for fall and spring admissions and no GRE or GMAT is required. Scholarships and financial aid may be available. Based in California’s Silicon Valley, the SJSU School of Information has awarded graduate degrees for more than 60 years and is a recognized leader in online education.