Health Information Technology

​This program is offered at the Toledo campus.

High-Tech Meets Healthcare

Blend your high-tech skills and interests with your aspiration for a caring career in healthcare with Mercy College’s accredited Health Information Technology (HIT) program. One of the fastest growing occupations in the United States, HIT professionals are experts in patient health information and medical records. Generally appealing to those who enjoy analyzing and problem solving, HIT is perfect for the person who likes the excitement and flexibility of healthcare, but doesn’t necessarily want direct patient contact.

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HIT Program Information

The Health Information Technology program at Mercy College of Ohio is pleased to offer an innovative curriculum. Highlights are below:

Fall Start
Students may start in August.

Classes only Two Days Per Week
All courses are offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays to accommodate the working professional.

Daytime Schedule
All classes are completed by 5:30 p.m. to allow for other evening commitments.

Fewer Prerequisites
Students may enter the professional program in their first semester.

Streamlined Schedule
The program structure saves students valuable time and money while earning their degree.

Employment Is On The Rise

Healthcare continues to be one of the most lucrative industries where growth is concerned. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that the health care industry has added 631,000 jobs since the recession began. The BLS projects employment to grow faster than the average – almost 20 percent from 2008 to 2016 – and prospects look especially bright for those with work experience in health care and strong technical skills.