It takes dedicated, talented and visionary people to integrate technology and health care. As technology progresses, federal mandates specify patient data and health care information be available digitally. There is a growing need for professionals who can play a vital role in planning, developing and maintaining health information systems for a variety of facilities.

With a Master of Science in Health Care Informatics from UCF, you will have the tools necessary to positively impact health care and patient outcomes in this new, cutting edge field. Expand your knowledge base, enhance your skillset and advance your career in this high need area. Graduates can work as practitioners, managers, analysts and researchers. Numerous openings have been announced in several environments, including health centers, hospital systems and insurance companies. Many graduates will find upper management positions depending on experience.

  • The program is offered completely online in convenient format with easy scheduling.
  • The GRE exam is not required.
  • Our cohort-based program allows for greater collaboration and networking among students.
  • We offer opportunities to participate in national conferences, conventions, and meetings.

Contact Information

Kendall Cortelyou-Ward, Ph.D., Health Care Informatics Program Director
College of Health and Public Affairs
HPA II, Suite 210
Phone: 407-823-2359
Email: Kendall.Cortelyou-Ward@ucf.edu

Hannah Nguyen
Academic Services Coordinator
HPA II 210
Phone: 407-823-2359
Email: Hannah.Nguyen@ucf.edu

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