The curriculum for the Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Healthcare Technology and Management with a concentration in Healthcare Information Technology has been carefully designed to help students gain the skills and abilities that will make them effective members of the healthcare IT workforce. The Healthcare Information Technology concentration utilizes computer technology to implement and maintain healthcare data systems, as well as to analyze and utilize that data to facilitate efficient and effective healthcare delivery and payer organizations.
The Healthcare Information Technology concentration is comprised of at least 180 applicable college-level credits and is designed to be a 2+2 degree. For the first 90 credits, students are expected to come into the program with at least 55 credits earned through completion of associate-level coursework in either an IT or healthcare-related field and with 35 credits of specific general education requirements which are fulfilled by entrance prerequisites. For the second half of the degree program, students will earn 93-95 credits through the general program and concentration requirements.
Students have the option to enroll in this program on a full-time or part-time basis. Students may also complete this program through a combination of online and distance-based courses.
Degree Info & Requirements
- Course list and requirements
- Course Descriptions
- Completion worksheet for Bachelor of Applied Science in Healthcare Technology & Management, HIT Concentration (Adobe PDF)