Allied Health

 

Certificate in Allied Health

The Certificate in Allied Health curriculum prepares the student for entry level careers in healthcare services such as health education, health administration, health exhibition, health insurance, medical billing & coding, health informatics, and clinic office’s management.

Requirements: High school diploma or GED.

Total credits: 12

  • AHHS 6001 Health information Communications, Exhibition & Promotion I (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6035 American Healthcare System (6 Credits)

$50 per credit hour

Tuition: $600

Diploma in Allied Health

The Diploma in Allied Health curriculum prepares the student for entry level careers in healthcare services such as health education, health administration, health exhibition, health insurance, medical billing & coding, health informatics, and clinic office’s management

Requirements: High school diploma or GED.

Total credits: 22

  • AHHS 5020 Community Health Matters (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6001 Health Education, Exhibition & Promotion I (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6035 American Healthcare System (6 Credits)

Elective: 4 Credits

$50 per credit hour

Tuition: $1,100

Master in Allied Health

The Master in Allied Health curriculum prepares the student for advanced level careers in healthcare services such as health education, health administration, health exhibition, health insurance, medical billing & coding, health informatics, and clinic office’s management

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent. Advanced placement is possible for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree in allied health or in a related field such as sports, exercise science, nursing, health education, biochemistry.

Total credits: 36

  • AHHS 5020 Community Health Matters (2 Credits)

  • AHHS 6001 Health Education, Exhibition & Promotion I (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6035 American Healthcare System (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6070 Health Economics (6 Credits)

Elective: 6 Credits

Thesis/Project: 6 Credits

$50 per credit hour

Tuition: $1,800

Master of Engineering in HiTec

The curriculum of the Master of Engineering in Health information Technologies (HiTec) prepares the student for the most advanced level careers in health information systems, medical informatics, medical software design and engineering, electronic medical records, medical databases, health insurance, and medical artificial intelligence.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or coursework in a field related to computer engineering, communication systems, and information technologies.

Award: MEng – HiTec: Master of Engineering in Health Information Technologies.

Total credits: 36

Core course credits: 24

  • AHHS 6001 Health information Communications, Exhibition & Promotion I (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6035 American Healthcare System (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6200 Healthcare Informatics I (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6205 Healthcare Informatics II (6 Credits)

Project & Thesis Credits: 12

  • AHHS 6930 Supervised Practice Experience (12 Credits)

$50 per credit hour

Tuition: $1,800

Doctorate in HiCom

The curriculum of the Doctorate in Health information Communications, Exhibition & Promotion (HiCom) prepares the student for the most advanced level careers in health education, R&D, consultation, journalism, biomedical ethics, creative design, and multimedia communications.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or coursework in a field related to health, science, communication, information technology or arts design. Advanced placement is possible for students who already hold a master’s degree.

Awards:

  • HiComD: Health Information Communications Doctorate – For students who chose to work on a health-related communication project.

  • ArtsD: Arts Doctorate – For students who chose to work on health-related art/media design project.

Total credits: 72

Core course credits: 42

  • AHHS 5020 Community Health Matters (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6001 Health information Communications, Exhibition & Promotion I (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6002 Health information Communications, Exhibition & Promotion II (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6003 Health information Communications, Exhibition & Promotion III (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6040 Biomedical Ethics (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6080 Health Marketing (6 Credits)

  • AHHS 6900 Research Methods & Statistics (6 Credits)

Specialty and elective courses credits: 18

Project credits: 12 Credits

$50 per credit hour

Tuition: $3,600

 

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