The School of Global Health Management and Informatics provides students engaging instructional programs and opportunities for innovative research, focused on problem solving and making better healthcare decisions. Graduates are prepared for the challenges of a highly turbulent and competitive healthcare industry through the expertise of faculty members in public health, global health, health policy, healthcare leadership, long-term quality care, community engagement and health informatics. We are located at UCF Downtown, which places students five minutes from SunRail and just two SunRail stops away from the city’s largest hospital systems and internship opportunities.

UCF Downtown

Beginning August 26, 2019, the Department of Health Management and Informatics will hold undergraduate, graduate, minor and certificate programs in health informatics and health administration at the new downtown campus. UCF Downtown provides innovative education for high-demand fields that integrate with industry and place thousands of students within walking distance of jobs and internships. The campus is a 5-minute walk from SunRail, just two SunRail stops away from the city’s largest hospital systems and in close proximity to many other jobs and internships.

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