Lead Faculty: Ms. Linda Travis Macomber
The Associate of Science with a Major in Health Informatics will prepare students as specialists in the organization and management of healthcare information systems and technologies in small to medium sized healthcare organizations. Graduates are prepared to assist as a team member in the implementation, management and assessment of health information technologies and systems to improve health outcomes and safety. Graduates of the program are qualified to seek entry-level employment opportunities in health clinics, long term care, home health, hospice, consulting firms, health systems vendors, community health agencies, government agencies and other small to medium sized healthcare organizations.
To receive an Associate of Science in Health Informatics, students must complete at least 96 quarter units, 31.5 of which must be taken in residence at National University. All Associate degree students must complete a minimum 34.5 units of the University General Education requirements. In the absence of transfer credit, students may need to take additional electives to fulfill overall unit requirements. Students should refer to the section on undergraduate admission procedures for specific information on admission and evaluation.
This program is available online.