Which one have better career path, HCI or HI?Watch
I have a degree in Computer science and wanted to transition to digital health. I want to work with technology(no coding) in the health sector, such as UI/UX design, interaction design, EHR design, frontend stuff.
I applied to: Human-Computer Interaction MSc and Health Informatics MSc at UCL.
here are the modules that I am interested in both course:
Human-Computer Interaction modules: Human Factors for Digital Health, User-Centred Data Visualization, Future Interfaces
Health Informatics modules: Usable Systems Design, Modern Information Engineering, Principles of Health Data Analytics
Which degree have the most employability currently and which one is better?