Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics
Learn how to transform health care with an online Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics from King University. Students in the program will analyze, design, implement, and evaluate information and communication systems that enhance individual and population health outcomes, improve patient care, and strengthen the clinician-patient relationship. Program graduates will be skilled in the gathering, storage and sharing of vital health related information that lead to a more effective health care system.
By studying online with King University, students receive a first-rate education in a convenient format. Online learners earn their education on their schedule when it’s convenient for them. Working professionals, busy parents and the self-employed can benefit from this flexibility.
The health informatics degree program consists of 48 credit hours, and students can complete it in an accelerated schedule of 16 months. King University requires a total of 124 credit hours to graduate.