Admissions & Advising


How to Apply

The Healthcare Informatics program is a selective admission program which admits new students once a year for Fall quarter start. The application opens in spring with a priority deadline of June 1st. Click here to review the deadlines and instructions for completing the selective admission application online. Apply Now!

PLEASE NOTE: the HCI program has updated our degree and certificate offerings. For specific requirements, go the Healthcare Informatics, Bachelor of Applied Science page or the Healthcare Informatics, Certificate of Achievement page.


The decision to readmit/reinstate is determined by the Healthcare Informatics program chair or the Dean of the Health Sciences, Education and Wellness Institute. Submitting an application does not guarantee automatic readmission into the program. Learn More…


Information Sessions

All prospective students are encouraged to attend at least one information session to learn more about prerequisite courses, the application process and other program details. Please check out upcoming information sessions for the Healthcare Informatics program and select the session that is right for you. Learn More…

Online Education

The Healthcare Informatics program was specifically designed to meet the flexible educational needs of its students. All courses in the degree are offered in a fully online format using Bellevue College’s learning management system. Learn More…

Cost & Assistance

Find out more about the fees and associated costs for attending the HCI program as well as information regarding forms of financial assistance. Learn More…

Annual Schedule of HCI Courses

Download the PDF to see the Annual Schedule of Healthcare Informatics Courses. This schedule is for general planning and advising purposes and does not replace the need for individualized education plans. Please work with your advisor to plan your schedule according to your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Check our the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions related to our program. FAQ

Last Updated September 13, 2021