Dr. Guenter Tusch was invited to give a talk at WCIT 2014

Dr. Guenter Tusch was invited to give a talk at WCIT 2014

The World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT) is an international high level congress that brings together more... more


Medical and bioinformatics utilizes computer technology to manage and analyze information in the life and health sciences. Grand Valley State University’s Master of Science degree in Medical and Bioinformatics program is designed to integrate university coursework with business and industrial internships to better prepare students for the variety of career paths associated with the life science and health science industries.

The Medical and Bioinformatics M.S. P.S.M. program is part of Grand Rapids’ only Professional Science Master’s degree program. It is part of the School of Computing and Information Systems in the Seymour and Esther Padnos College of Engineering and Computing.

  • Innovation. Interdisciplinary: partnered with the scientific work force, an intensive scientific business/industry internship component, and strong business, project management, teamwork, and ethics components.
  • Collaboration. Designed to meet the need for team-oriented professionals with advanced interdisciplinary skills to be effective in working with individuals from other disciplines.
  • Accessibility. The Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences puts students in the heart of Grand Rapids' Health Hill near the Van Andel Research Institute, Spectrum Health, St, Mary's Health Care, and other scientific health care providers and business.


The Medical and Bioinformatics M.S. P.S.M. admission requirements and application for admission are available online.

The $30 application fee is waived if the applicant has previously applied to Grand Valley State University.

Courses Offered

The Medical and Bioinformatics M.S. P.S.M program is a minimum of 36 credits.

Click here to see the full course list.


Grand Valley offers an excellent education at a reasonable cost.

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