Classes begin Oct. 16
Apply by Oct. 2
The online Master of Science in Informatics is designed to help you to build on any bachelor’s degree to help you advance your career in your current industry or pivot into a new field.
Choose from four concentrations to fit your interests and goals:
- Data Science
- Health Informatics
- Informatics Generalist
The program coordinator will work with you to shape your curriculum to your interests so you can develop skills in data science, network infrastructure and administration, program development, machine learning, and more.
- 100% online courses.
- Affordable, flat-rate tuition.
- 8-week and 16-week course options.
- Enroll August, October, January, March, or June (beginning Fall 2021).
- No GRE required.
Online Student Resources
- UL Lafayette Online Student Orientation.
- 24/7 technical support.
- Online library services.
- UL Lafayette Office of Career Services.
We offer affordable, flat-rate tuition for all our 100% online degree programs. Graduate programs are $480 per credit hour. The online Master of Science in Informatics is 33 hours with both thesis and non-thesis options.
Tuition for this program is $15,840.
Because our online degree programs are accredited, students may also apply for financial aid.
Through the master’s in informatics online program, you’ll be equipped with in-demand skills for every industry from health care to manufacturing. Potential roles include application developer, business intelligence architect, database administrator, IT specialist, systems administrator, or web developer.
Curriculum & Courses
This program is offered 100% online with both 8-week and 16-week courses.
The curriculum includes six core courses (18 credit hours) and three courses (9 credit hours) of electives, based on your chosen concentration.
Gain relevant skills through courses in information sciences, human-computer interaction, information system analysis and design, telecommunications structure, information architecture and more.
Admissions Deadlines & Requirements
Begin your courses in January, March, June, August, or October. Apply as soon as possible to enroll for the next term.