Master of Science in Health Informatics and Analytics

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Degree Type

Master of Science



Awarding Institution

UCC Global

Delivery Modality

100% Online or Blended

Program Description

Rapid advances in technology have revolutionized many aspects of the health care industry, including the way health data is recorded, secured, and shared. The industry-wide implementation of electronic health records has increased access to information which is improving the quality, safety, and efficiency of health care. With your Master of Science in Health Informatics and Analytics degree from UCC Global, you will gain the knowledge to help health professionals provide optimal care

Course Objectives

Upon completion of your online Master of Science Health Informatics and Analytics degree, you will be able to:

  • Apply principles of leadership in the development of strategic goals, achieving organizational outcomes and modelling professional values
  • Utilize health care information technology and statistical reasoning in organizational planning and decision-making
  • Evaluate health care outcomes using quality improvement and risk standards

Program Structure

Some of the major courses in the Master of Science Health Informatics and Analytics include:

  • HIA 608 Health Care Program & Project Management
  • HIA 610 Systems Analysis, Design & Technology Management
  • HIA 612 Technology Topics in Information Governance & Business Analytics
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Entry Requirements

If you are seeking the first-time admission to any master’s degree program, you must meet the following admission requirements prior to the start of your first course at UCC Global.

  • Must have an accredited bachelor’s degree
  • Official Transcripts of all post-secondary school, university level coursework and grades (translated in English). “Official” means that the applicant must request that his school send transcripts directly to the UCC Global’s Registry (
  • The language of instruction at UCC Global is English. Applicants whose most recent education was not in English will be required to demonstrate English Language proficiency, through the completion of an approved English testing regime such as, the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Both TOEFL Paper-based (PBT) and TOEFL Internet-based (IBT) will be accepted.

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