Health Informatics Graduate Programs:

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are answers to some frequently asked questions about the online Health Informatics graduate programs offered at the University of New England.

If you are interested in exploring the Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics at the University of New England Online, please visit our Health Informatics Undergraduate Program FAQ page

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  • How do I get started?

    Applications are accepted on a rolling basis three times per year. Contact an Enrollment Counselor for program and enrollment information:

    Undergraduate Program
    ☏ (855) 751-4446

    Graduate Programs
    ☏ (855) 751-4445

  • What are the educational requirements for admission?

    Applicants are required to have an undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited college or university with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

  • Can I apply if my GPA is lower than 3.0?

    Applications for the Health Informatics program are reviewed holistically. Applicants who do not meet the minimum GPA requirements can still apply, however may be admitted on a provisional basis.

  • Is the GRE required to apply?

    The GRE is not required as part of the admissions process. If you have taken the GRE, you are welcome to provide your score as part of your application package, but the GRE it is not a requirement.


Master of Science in Health Informatics

Health Informatics Graduate Certificate

Transfer Credits

  • Can I transfer previous course credits?

    Master of Science in Health Informatics Program: Upon acceptance, students may apply to transfer up to three, 3-credit courses (maximum nine semester credits) into the program. 
    Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics Program: Upon acceptance, students may apply to transfer up to two, 3-credit courses (maximum six semester credits) into the program.
    If you need any further clarification, please feel free to contact an Enrollment Counselor at (855) 325-0896.

Student Support

  • What kind of support will I receive as a student?

    Our motto is “A successful student is a supported student.” And we take that to heart. Upon entering the program you will be assigned a dedicated Student Support Specialist to provide you with support and to answer any questions you may have.
    Your Support Specialist is your on-the-ground advocate at the University – from questions on textbooks, to registration, to financial aid and more, they are there to help you make your academic journey successful. And of course, this dedicated support is provided in addition to the tremendous support you will receive from program staff, your academic advisor, course instructors and fellow classmates.




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