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Health Informatics

Health Informatics

Health Informatics Program Fees and Financial Support

Professional Degree Supplemental Tuition

The UC Davis Health Informatics Program will start charging professional degree fees to all students in the master's degree program as of fall quarter, 2011, as supported by the University of California Office of the President's Committee on Finance, and approved by the Regents, on November 18, 2010.

For more information about Professional Degree Supplemental Tuition please visit the below link:


Professional Degree Supplemental Tuition

For current tuition rates please visit the following link:


Financial Support & Aid

For information regarding financial support & aid please visit the following link:

Campus Support

Fellowships administered by the university are available on a competitive basis to qualified applicants for graduate study. Application for these university fellowships should be made using the Graduate Studies form included in the Graduate Studies application for admission. The deadline for applications is January 15.

Student Employment

Other job opportunities available include those advertised through the Student Employment Office. These jobs, which may include working in offices, food services areas, the library or book store, laboratories, or other University facilities, are usually on the campus, and may be short- or long-term. Job possibilities in the Davis community are also listed. Registered students or the spouses of registered students are eligible to use the Student Employment Office.

University Staff Employment

There are opportunities for employment on the Davis and Sacramento campuses. Jobs are advertised on an ongoing basis. The Davis campus Staff Employment Office also has available job listings from other UC campuses, including Berkeley and San Francisco. Student spouses may be able to find employment opportunities with the university.