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Graduate Programs in Health Informatics

Join the emerging industry where healthcare meets IT and improves lives. Health Informatics is a rapidly growing field and faces a shortage of qualified professionals. Choose one of the following focus areas or opt to customize your degree plan as a Generalist. 

Focus Areas Include:

  • Healthcare Leadership
  • Health Data Analytics 
  • Training and Development 

Program Highlights:

  • 100% online - no campus visits required
  • Two programs:
    • M.S. in Health Informatics - complete as quickly as 2 yrs
    • Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics - complete as quickly as 1 yr
  • Flexible program designed for busy, working professionals
  • Experienced faculty with robust field experience 

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No campus visits required, learn anytime from any place


Regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)

Student Centered

Our support staff work with you every step of the way

Career Opportunities

Professional Growth. The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology estimates a current shortage of ~50,000 health IT workers.

Salary Advancement. A 2012 study by AHIMA found that the average salary for a health informatics worker with a master’s degree was $20,000 more annually than those with a bachelor’s degree.

Return on Investment

#1 was UNE's ranking among all Maine colleges and universities for 20-year student return on investment (2014, PayScale).

#2 was UNE's ranking in the nation for alumni reporting high "Job Meaning," according to Payscale.

Potential Roles

  • Clinical Analyst
  • Project Manager
  • Data Scientist
  • Clinical Trainer/Educator
  • Population Health
  • Telehealth
  • Informatics Specialist


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Fall 2018 courses begin August 29, 2018