Prospective students must have a bachelor's degree from a
regionally accredited college or university.
To apply, prospective students must submit a UCF
graduate application online. Prospective students must also
submit their transcripts, a statement indicating how the program
will enhance their career goals and a resume (no longer than two
Students wishing to be considered for UCF fellowships must submit
their GRE scores. Letters of recommendation and GRE scores are not
required for other students, but they may be submitted as
Admission to the program is competitive and contingent on
meeting its requirements. Not all students who apply may be
accepted, even if minimum requirements are met.
UCF's program provided me the opportunity to expedite my student experience while attaining practical experience working within local health systems.
— Daniel Barr,
“UCF was one of only a few programs nationwide that offered the course work and modality that met my needs. It is definitely a different way of learning, but I find the online modality truly a rewarding and unique experience for learning and collaboration.”
— Jennifer Hamilton,
Executive M.S.HSA, '14
The UCF Health Care Informatics progam has been the catalyst in needed to reignite my career.
— Guy Piasecki,
The health care informatics faculty offered unique perspectives and provided me the ability to succeed in a dynamic field that is changing our healthcare delivery system.