If you would enjoy working in an office setting within a healthcare environment, then Medical Information Technology may be the choice for you. Medical Information Technology graduates prepare medical records and reports; maintain files; order supplies; transcribe; perform accounting procedures; work with medical insurance and coding; and receive patients in a variety of healthcare settings such as physician practices, hospitals, nursing homes, home health agencies, mental health facilities, ambulatory care centers, specialty clinics, long-term care, and public health agencies. Check out our flyer.
Length of Program
Medical Information Technology students must complete 62-67 hours of credit for an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Medical Information Technology. Certificates and diplomas are embedded within the AAS. Several dual credit courses are accepted from local high school districts and allow students to enter with course credits.
There are no special admission requirements for this program. Please consult WKCTC's general admission requirements.
Jo Ann Knapp, Program Coordinator