Health Information Technology
Downtown Milwaukee Campus
Using the latest technology, health information technicians collect, analyze and report healthcare data. This requires knowledge of diseases, treatments, computer systems and organizational skills.
Career Outlook: The U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics cites health information technology as one of the fastest growing occupational areas in the nation. Graduates are prepared for a variety of careers involving the preparation of medical records used in medical offices, clinics and hospitals.
Added Career Value: You can earn the Medical Coding Specialist diploma on your way to completing this associate degree.
Program Code: 10-530-1
Start Dates: August and January
This program does not have a waitlist.
Students are admitted through a petition process.
Learn more about the petition process
Learn more about when the petition process windows are open
A criterion considered in the petition process is verification of student residency. Students selected via the petition process are chosen based on MATC district residency, then Wisconsin nondistrict residency, followed by nonresidents, unless otherwise stated.
Special Admission Requirements: One year of high school-level chemistry.
Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 Course Requirements