A new degree program at
Students can enroll now for the health information technology program that begins in August with the fall 2014 semester.
HIT professionals collect, maintain and analyze the data the doctors and other health care professionals use.
"We need people that can actually work in information technology and health information," program director
Graduates of the program will be able to work in hospitals, doctors' offices and clinics and can also find jobs in the legal field as well.
"It's being driven by the federal government's push toward electronic medical records," said Dr.
The program, funded by a
Students can enroll in the program at the
For information, contact Branch at 601 403-1119 or
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