UF’s Online Health Informatics Ranked First in the Nation
The University of Findlay’s online Master of Science in Health Informatics was recently ranked first in the nation in 2019 by Best College Reviews.
“University of Findlay, which secured the number one spot, was chosen for the University’s overall outstanding reputation as well as the program’s comprehensive core curriculum, for its faculty’s excellence and the continued commitment to providing non-traditional students with all of the tools that they need to achieve their educational and career goals,” the website explains. The program was is characterized as “one of the most versatile.”
The ranking, which included 35 schools, was compiled using data from College Navigator regarding tuition, and program information gleaned directly from each institution’s website. The methodology specifically focused on customization options within the degree program, both in content and format, and an overall “wow” factor, Best College Reviews Explains.
UF topped larger schools on the list, such as Boston University and University of Illinois.
UF’s 2-year online Health Informatics program is an integrated discipline with specialty areas that include management science, management engineering principles, health care delivery and public health, patient safety, information science, and computer technology. All courses are delivered in 8-week blocks year-round. Students can enter the program in the fall, spring or summer. The program is also offered on campus, or can be taken in an online and on-campus hybrid. A total of 33 semester hours of graduate credit are required to graduate.