The University of Central Florida’s Department of Health Management and Informatics is located at UCF’s main campus in Orlando.
The department office is in suite 210 on the second floor of Health and Public Affairs II. Faculty and staff offices are located on the second floor of HPA II as well. Classrooms are located in both Health and Public Affairs I and II.
The department offers the following undergraduate and graduate academic programs at UCF’s Orlando campus:
- Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics and Information Management
- Minor in Health Informatics and Information Management
– Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management (CAHIIM)
- Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration
– Certified by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA)
- Minor in Health Services Administration
- Master of Science in Health Sciences – Health Services Administration Track
– Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME)
- Master of Science in Health Sciences – Executive Health Services Administration Track
- Master of Science in Health Care Informatics
- Graduate Certificate in Health Information Administration
In addition, students can enroll in the department’s undergraduate programs in health services administration at UCF’s Regional Campuses in Cocoa, Leesburg, Ocala, Palm Bay, Sanford/Lake Mary, South Lake, Valencia Osceola and Valencia West.
Faculty members in the department also participate in the college’s Doctoral Program in Public Affairs, which offers a Health Services Management and Research Track.
Educational and Research Opportunities
The department offers the following opportunities for its students:
- nationally accredited and certified programs
- courses taught in classroom, online and mixed mode (combined classroom and online) formats
- internships offering real-world educational experiences in public and private health care organizations
- faculty researchers who welcome students to assist in research that addresses contemporary issues in health care