The College of Public Health and Health Informatics was established in 1432 A.H./2011 A.C. in recognition of the need to provide diverse and distinguished learning opportunities in public health sciences and health technology. The college was also established to qualify students and to train manpower working in health institutions at a high level, in public health and health informatics programs.
Scientific and training programs have been developed to enhance the outcomes of health education, and producing distinct and skilled workers. This contributes to the achievement of the national goals of the country, and enhances the value of cooperation in curriculum development and quality assurance between faculty members and students.
The College of Public Health and Health Informatics awards a bachelor's degree. The number of years of study is four full years, in addition to a fifth year (Internship Year)