Master of Professional Science in Biomedical and Health Informatics

The program can be pursued on a full time or a part time basis. For all UNC staff and for many employees of organizations in the RTP area, some or all courses can be paid for through employee training benefit programs (please check with your employer or check with us!).

Tuition and fees will depend on the number of credit hours that a student decides to enroll in any given semester (i.e. 0-2.9 hours, 3-5.9 hours, 6-8.9 hours or 9 and above).

The following schedule shows the tuition and fees per semester, for both resident and non-resident students.

Online students should refer to the "Off-Campus" section listed below.

 

(Last updated October, 2019)

For the most up to date information on tuition and fees check the University Cashier’s website.

Scholarships

Informatics Merit scholarships are available. Applicants will be reviewed for scholarship funds during the application review process. There is no need to submit additional paperwork to be considered for the Informatics Merit scholarship funds.

Additional financial/funding information:

  • NC Residency: Residents of North Carolina may attend UNC at Chapel Hill at a significantly lower cost. Please refer to the Graduate School's Web site for North Carolina Residency for Tuition Purposes, which contains information about NC residency requirements and how to apply for resident status.
  • Need-Based Financial Aid: Need-based assistance is handled by the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid. Application is made by completing the FAFSA form and requesting that financial information be sent to UNC at Chapel Hill. For questions regarding need-based aid, please consult OSSA directly.
  • UNC's Graduate Funding Information Center: GFIC supports current and prospective UNC-Chapel Hill graduate students seeking sources of funding for independent research, collaborative projects, fellowships, program development, and other scholarly activities.
  • Work opportunities: Numerous student assistant positions are available in on-campus and off-campus units. Students must apply directly to the individual departments or organizations for these positions. Students are encouraged to visit the Work and Project Opportunities on our website, as well as other resources on campus (for example: the Careers section of the SILS website).

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PhD in Health Informatics

The PhD program is designed to be pursued as a full-time commitment with the degree projected to take 4 –5 years to complete. UNC employees pursuing a PhD in Health Informatics can pay for some or all of their courses through employee training benefit programs (please check with your employer to determine if this is right for you).

Tuition and fees will depend on the number of credit hours that a student decides to enroll in any given semester (i.e. 0-2.9 hours, 3-5.9 hours, 6-8.9 hours or 9 and above).

The following schedule shows the tuition and fees per semester, for both resident and non-resident students.

(Last updated October, 2019)

For the most up to date information on tuition and fees check the University Cashier’s website.

Funding Information:

CHIP strives to provide adequate funding for each of its doctoral students through either trainee scholarships, Resident Assistant/Teaching Assistant positions or other options. Every funding option will be evaluated and assessed for each admitted graduate student. For more information, email chipinfo@unc.edu

Additional financial/funding information:

  • NC Residency: Residents of North Carolina may attend UNC at Chapel Hill at a significantly lower cost. Please refer to the Graduate School's Web site for North Carolina Residency for Tuition Purposes, which contains information about NC residency requirements and how to apply for resident status.
  • Need-Based Financial Aid: Need-based assistance is handled by the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid. Application is made by completing the FAFSA form and requesting that financial information be sent to UNC at Chapel Hill. For questions regarding need-based aid, please consult OSSA directly.
  • UNC's Graduate Funding Information Center: GFIC supports current and prospective UNC-Chapel Hill graduate students seeking sources of funding for independent research, collaborative projects, fellowships, program development, and other scholarly activities.
  • Work opportunities: Numerous student assistant positions are available in on-campus and off-campus units. Students must apply directly to the individual departments or organizations for these positions. Students are encouraged to visit the Work and Project Opportunities on our website, as well as other resources on campus (for example: the Careers section of the SILS website).

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Clinical Information Science Certificate

The program can be pursued on a full time or a part time basis. For all UNC staff and for many employees of organizations in the RTP area, some or all courses can be paid for through employee training benefit programs (please check with your employer or check with us!).

Tuition and fees will depend on the number of credit hours that a student decides to enroll in any given semester (i.e. 0-2.9 hours, 3-5.9 hours, 6-8.9 hours or 9 and above).

The following schedule shows the tuition and fees per semester, for both resident and non-resident students.

(Last updated October, 2018)

For the most up to date information on tuition and fees check the University Cashier’s website.

INQUIRY FORM APPLY NOW