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MBA in Health Informatics

Program Details

New England College offers professionals the opportunity to earn a Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis on Health Informatics through a flexible online format.  The online course delivery method is specifically designed for working professionals to earn a valuable degree while still fulfilling current career and family obligations.

Students pursuing a higher education in the field of health informatics will participate in a variety of courses, designed to enable students with the gainful understanding of the intellectual foundations for essential healthcare functions.  The MBA in Health Informatics is designed for professionals with varying levels of experience, and are currently working in healthcare institutions.  Most students interested in the MBA in Health Informatics come from a technical or IT background, students with clinical experience also pursue the advanced business degree to develop management skills in addition to their technical proficiency.   

The MBA program consists of 40 credit hours comprised of core MBA courses and Health Informatics topics of study that delve into concepts such as:

  • Organizational Leadership and Change
  • Managerial Accounting and Finance for Leadership
  • Managerial Economics
  • Marketing Management
  • Professional and Organizational Ethics
  • Strategic Planning and Policy
  • Principles of Health Informatics
  • Healthcare Technology and Systems
  • Knowledge Management in Healthcare

The innovative blend of healthcare and technology courses will provide graduates with the needed understandings required by many professional institutions.  Graduates of the master’s program will be able to enter the professional arena of healthcare with the confidence to ensure specific outcomes are attained, individual departments perform efficiently, and employees are placed within acceptable and challenging positions.


A bachelor degree is required.

Accreditation & Licensing

New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education