Northern Kentucky University Health planning $97M innovation center

Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights is planning to construct a Health Innovation Center on campus later this year, according to a Cincinnati Business Courier report.

The new center will occupy a 2.2-acre site and will serve the increasing demand for degree programs and research in the field of informatics, according to the report.

The university is considering offering new bachelor's degree programs in neuroscience and health informatics through the new center, as well as a number of new master's degree and graduate certificate programs.

The innovation center will be comprised of two buildings; a new 94,492-square-foot one scheduled to be completed by mid-2017 and a renovated 111,639-square-foot one scheduled to be completed by 2018, according to the report.

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