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Quick Facts

  • 93 - Percent of alumni are employed in senior level positions within the field of health care.
  • 35 - Number of students enrolled in the fall 2016 semester
  • 17 - Number of students enrolled in the spring 2017 semester
  • 28 - Number of students who graduated from the health care informatics program during 2015-16

Mailing Address

Health Management and Informatics
College of Health and Public Affairs
University of Central Florida
HPA II - Suite 210
4364 Scorpius Drive
Orlando, FL 32816-2205

Phone: 407-823-2359
Fax: 407-823-6138

Student Internships

What is an internship?

Students in the both the undergraduate and graduate health services administration programs and in the health care informatics program are require to complete an internship.

Internships allow students to work within health care organizations in order to gain valuable, hands-on experience not readily available from classroom situations.

For further information, see:

What is a fellowship?

Fellowships are opportunities of scholarship offered to students currently in a graduate program and/or students who have recently graduated from a graduate-level program (a "post-graduate").

For information about fellowship opportunities, see Graduate Fellowships.

UCF's program provided me the opportunity to expedite my student experience while attaining practical experience working within local health systems.
— Daniel Barr,  M.S.HSA, '04
“UCF was one of only a few programs nationwide that offered the course work and modality that met my needs. It is definitely a different way of learning, but I find the online modality truly a rewarding and unique experience for learning and collaboration.”
— Jennifer Hamilton,  Executive M.S.HSA, '14
The UCF Health Care Informatics progam has been the catalyst in needed to reignite my career.
— Guy Piasecki,  M.S.HCI, '12
The health care informatics faculty offered unique perspectives and provided me the ability to succeed in a dynamic field that is changing our healthcare delivery system.
— Ashley Swain,  M.S.HCI, '12
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