Don’t waste your money on more expensive Health Information Technology (HIT) schools and don’t risk delaying your education by enrolling in a HIT course with a community college that may not always offer the classes you need to graduate on your schedule. Choose McKinley’s online HIT school and accelerate your HIT training, expand your skill-set and increase your earning potential with our DEAC accredited Health Information Technology Degree.
Technology is quickly changing the healthcare industry. McKinley College’s Health Information Technology Degree program will prepare you to be part of this growing healthcare career. You can work for hospitals, outpatient clinics, insurance companies and more. Your skills will be in demand in the healthcare industry, and a degree can give you a competitive edge.
- Advance your career
- Work in a growing field
- Earn your degree in as little as 16 months
Many schools force you to work on their schedule giving little regard to your scheduling needs. With our flexible scheduling options, you control when you graduate because you always take online HIT training classes that fit in your schedule and never need to wait for another class to open.
Our Healthcare faculty members hold advanced degrees in the Healthcare field and know what employers are looking for. They have worked in the field and understand what you need to know to excel. Plus, one-on-one support makes learning easier than you ever thought possible.
Unlike many professors who focus on research, our teachers focus on you. Our faculty teach, mentor and guide you throughout your educational journey so you’ll learn the skills needed to stand out in a competitive job market.
Since every class you take explores a different topic in depth and we don’t waste your time with costly electives, you can quickly master each concept and confidently enter the field with the skills you need for success. And, if you already have experience, consider testing out of certain classes with a Challenge Exam.
Your McKinley College Degree program includes classes in:
- Medical Terminology
- Computer Applications
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Pathology & Disease Processes
- Health Statistics & Data Analysis
- Diagnostic Coding
- Health Information Legal Issues
Begin your education and career journey today, with our Health Information Technology Degree program!