in Health Information Technology
University of South Carolina
INTEGRATED INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY . COLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY, RETAIL AND SPORT MANAGEMENT
IN COLLABORATION WITH THE ARNOLD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Integrated Information Technology at the University of South Carolina
announces new Master’s program
Professionals who understand the unique relationship between information technology, people, health, and the healthcare system are in short supply and high demand. The new Masters in Health Information Technology (MHIT) program at the University of South Carolina blends a technical IT foundation with coursework covering current clinical trends, government regulations and healthcare-specific management practices. Offered jointly by the university’s Integrated Information Technology (iIT) program and the Arnold School of Public Health Department of Health Services Policy and Management, the interdisciplinary MHIT program is designed specifically to produce highly qualified professionals and leaders with expertise in both information technology and health administration.
The Integrated Information Technology (iIT) Program at the University of South Carolina is a leader in the areas of heath information technology, system design and implementation, network support and administration, database systems, Website design and management, corporate training and development, project management, technology innovation and change management. The iIT program is a founding member and strategic partner with IT-oLogy, an IT incubator organization sponsored by leading SC companies dedicated to creating IT talent. Faculty in iIT are nationally recognized for their outstanding teaching and research.
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Contact the Graduate Program Manager
College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management
Office of Graduate Admissions
Visit the graduate school at www.gradschool.sc.edu.
|Health IT Jobs in Demand:
- Chief Information Officer
- Chief Medical Information Officer
- Medical Director of Information Systems
- Medical Director of Clinical Information Systems
- Chief Nursing Information Officer
- Chief Technology Officer
- Chief Transformation Officer
- Director of Informatics
- Manager, Enterprise Analytics
- Vice President of Clinical Informatics and Innovation
- Vice President of Optimization and Transformation
College of HRSM featured in Carolinian
The Spring 2012 edition of Carolinian includes a special 8-page insert featuring the College of HRSM.