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In 2017, Mayo Clinic's campuses in Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona, became the third campus of Mayo Clinic Alix's School of Medicine. Students will join about 5,700 Mayo Clinic employees who care for more than 100,000 patients every year. The Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine in collaboration with Arizona State University has developed signature joint programs and received recognition by the American Medical Association for innovations in the medical school curriculum. For example, Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine is the first in the nation to integrate a Science of Health Care Delivery certificate program with ASU into medical degree training. Find out more.
The College of Health Solutions offers a range of graduate degree programs to empower students to transform health and health care. The college anticipates and responds to the need for highly qualified health professionals as the health industry rapidly evolves. Classes are offered in different formats to meet the needs of students moving directly into a graduate program, working professionals, or people who are making career changes.
The growth of ASU’s College of Nursing & Health Innovation (CONHI) reflects the desire to do more, serve more and sustain innovation. CONHI's mission drive them to offer the highest quality academic, research, and clinical programs so that the next generation of evidence-based health professionals who will excel as clinicians, teachers, health advocates, researchers, entrepreneurs, designers and business leaders. Explore over 15 graduate degree programs offered by CONHI.
The Department of Biomedical Informatics offers on ground undergraduate and graduate degrees in Biomedical Informatics with focus areas in clinical informatics, population health, bioinformatics, and imaging informatics. Graduates are able to analyze and translate large amounts of health data, including research, into meaningful solutions that improve health care delivery and patient outcomes. Additionally, our online Master of Advanced Study in Health Informatics is designed to offer professionals working in the field of health care an opportunity to earn a master level degree on the effective use of information technology, data science, and knowledge representation to impact health and health care
The College of Health Solutions offers a range of undergraduate degree programs to equip students to make a positive difference in health and health care. The college offers degree programs in medical studies, public health, biomedical informatics, and more. The college anticipates and responds to the need for highly qualified health professionals as the health industry transforms.
The Mayo Physicians of Tomorrow at Mayo Medical School program works with Barrett, The Honors College to offer premedical scholars in their sophomore and junior years the opportunity to shadow Mayo Clinic physicians, attend lectures and participate in labs as well as a two-week intensive summer program at Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota.
The Mayo Pre-Medical Scholars at Mayo Clinic in Arizona provides selected ASU pre-medical students interested in pursuing a career in medicine a multi-year program, exposing undergraduate students to all aspects of the practice of medicine.
Evidence-based practice and collaboration across the continuum of care are essential in creating care delivery systems that are compassionate, cost-effective and sustainable. As health care is quickly transforming, this curriculum includes team-based research and practice models that reflect cross-disciplinary care teams. The Interprofessional Education website shares the inspiring stories of advanced scholarship and collaboration through our partnerships, innovations, work in progress, and most importantly – student success. Learn more…