Graduates can work as practitioners, managers, analysts and researchers. Numerous openings have been announced in several environments, including health centers and health insurance companies.
The program is offered through the Continuing Education Division of UCF. As such, the program charges a fee in lieu of tuition. For students considering reimbursement from their employers, please double check their reimbursement policies as some organizations may not reimburse for fees. For state employees (including UCF employees), the tuition waiver will not cover courses in the HCI program.
The successful completion of the MS - HCI degree does NOT qualify you to sit for the Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) or the Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) certifications.
However, you are eligible WITH EXPERIENCE to sit for the Certified Health Data Analyst (CHDA) certification after the successful completion of your MS - HCI degree.
Upcoming Information Session:
Wednesday, April 17th 5PM-7PM
Continuing Education - 3280 Progress Drive, Ste 700, Orlando, FL 32826
Admission to the program is competitive, based on evaluation of the applicant's abilities, past academic performance, work experience, and the match of the program with career goals. The Professional Science Master's Program in Health Care Informatics accepts the most qualified students. Not all students who apply may be accepted, even if minimum requirements are met.
*includes all university fees, which may be subject to change.
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