The Medical Informatics program will provide a pathway for students who are interested in a career in Medical Informatics as either a technician, a developer or in the field of Cyber Security. The discipline-specific courses offered during the first year will be the same for either specialty track and required for the medical informatics career options in the second year. Following the first year and upon acceptance into the program, students will select which specialty track they wish to pursue.
Students completing this program will not only meet all prerequisites to continue their education to become a medical informatics professional, they will have earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in Medical Informatics.
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