In the age of technology, managing patient records and databases is critical to deliver effective and efficient healthcare. Find out how a degree in health informatics and information management will prepare you for a high demand career.

What courses will I take?

Undergraduate Courses

  • Fundamentals of Health Information Technology
  • Medical Terminology
  • Health Data Management

Graduate Courses

  • Health Care Informatics and Information Technology
  • System Analysis and Design
  • Health Care Database Management


Where can I work with a health informatics and information management degree?

Health informatics and information management graduates find employment in a variety of settings, including healthcare organizations, consulting firms, government agencies, insurance companies, information technology vendors and pharmaceutical companies.

Graduates also find positions in public health departments and other governmental agencies after testing out the industry through our internship program. Others pursue careers in the private industry in marketing, health insurance, and selling health devices and pharmaceuticals.

$40K - $60K

The average starting annual salary for health informatics professionals was between $40K and $60K in 2020.


The health informatics and information management job industry is expected to grow by a 11% by 2028.

Where Our Graduates Work

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  • Change Healthcare
  • Parallon
  • Cerner
  • HCA Healthcare
  • Orlando Health
  • AdventHealth
  • UnitedHealthcare
  • Nemours
  • Veterans Administration Healthcare System