Medical Informatics

A degree in Medical Informatics enables graduates to secure employment in a wide variety of computer technician positions in healthcare settings. Students learn effective written and oral communication of technical and non-technical information; protective security tools and applications; federal, state, and local laws affecting medical office technologies; and electronic reimbursement and billing practices. Graduates can be employed as medical/hospital help desk technicians, desktop support technicians, and implementation support specialists.


  • Students choose General Education courses in a time format that meets their needs—traditional day or evening courses, hybrid or online courses.
  • Core Program courses are delivered in an online format to help provide work/life balance.


  • For Core Courses students will be in an online class environment with “like-minded” people, who are focused, self-disciplined, and want to earn their degree.
  • Networking Opportunities–students form strong connections with other working students/professionals.
  • Students know upfront their scheduling for the entire program.


  • Working towards your degree as a group has been proven to dramatically improve graduation rates.
  • Faculty are committed to helping students achieve their individual goals.

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