Health Informatics Degrees & Certificates 

100% online, to fit your schedule

A Health Informatics degree prepares you for career advancement through the interdisciplinary study of the design, development, adoption, and application of technology-based innovations in healthcare services delivery, management, and planning.

University of New England now offers three degree programs in Health Informatics:

Undergraduate Program

Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics

Program Highlights:

  • 120 competency program (equivalent to 60 traditional credit hours)
  • Complete in as few as 2 years
  • 100% online – no campus visits required
  • Completely customizable - set your own pace and define your assignment deadlines
  • Dynamic faculty of practitioners, researchers and educators
  • Regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC)

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Graduate Programs

Master of Science 

Program Highlights:

  • 36-credit hour program
  • Complete in as few as 2 years
  • 100% online – no campus visits required
  • No GRE Required
  • Dynamic faculty of practitioners, researchers and educators
  • Regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC)

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Course Descriptions

Graduate Certificate

Program Highlights:

  • 18-credit hour program
  • Complete in as few as 12 months
  • 100% online, no campus visits required 
  • No GRE Required
  • Dynamic faculty of practitioners, researchers and educators
  • Regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC)

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Enrolling in the program

UNE has a Rolling Admissions policy for Health Informatics degree programs, with three start dates each year (summer, fall and spring semesters). We process applications and accept students as we receive applications, so it's beneficial to apply as soon as you're able. Class sizes are kept purposefully small, and they do fill up.  

Each semester consists of two eight-week terms. Click here for our Academic Calendar for a visual representation of what that means. Read more about what Rolling Admissions means for online graduate students

Who should apply?

  • Nurses
  • Physicians   
  • Pharmacists   
  • HIM Professionals    
  • Med Students   
  • IT Professionals     
  • Health Educators   
  • Network Administrators
  • and MORE!

Help transform the use of healthcare information and improve the overall quality of patient care by taking advantage of one of the highest growth fields in healthcare today. Contact an enrollment counselor with questions or for more information.

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Undergraduate Program

☏ (855) 751-4446

informatics-ug@une.edu

Graduate Programs

☏ (855) 751-4445

informatics@une.edu