Online MS in Health Informatics Degrees from a Traditional University
You’ve accomplished great things, but is your next career move being held up because you need an advanced degree? Jacksonville University’s MS in Health Informatics program can help open doors to exciting healthcare jobs, expand your leadership skills and bring a genuine sense of accomplishment. Working with expert professors, you’ll experience the kind of education that can truly transform your career.
8 week sessions
Start 6 times a year
View the academic calendar at jacksonvilleu.com/programs/academic-calendar/
Study full or part time and take sessions off if needed
Jacksonville University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097) to award bachelors, masters and doctorate degrees.
The School of Nursing is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) and is its BSN and MSN degrees are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
U.S. News & World Report
One of America's best colleges
One of America's best online graduate nursing programs
Nationally Recognized Faculty
Carnegie Foundation Awards
Pew National Fellowship Program
Fulbright Scholarship Program
Council for the Advancement and Support of Education Award
American Council on Education Award
NCAA Division I Athletics
Atlantic Sun Conference
One of Florida’s top four private universities
Jacksonville University provides a variety of academic support services for their online students. Support services include academic advising, success coach, writing lab, free e-learning course, professor office hours and discussion boards.
Health Informatics – A new Career Opportunity:
Recognition of the growing complexity of health information needs has led to a call for the creation of a new health care professional. Health Informatics is paving the way by revolutionizing the delivery of healthcare services. Healthcare professionals need to understand the relationship between information technology, people, health, and the healthcare system. Nearly 250,000 related job openings are expected over the coming decade and about half of these are expected to require a higher level of education. Graduates with a Masters in Health Informatics obtained a $20,000 a year more than those with only a Bachelor’s degree according to a recent study done by AHIMA.