UA-PTC Health Information Technology Program Mission Statement
The Health Information Technology program is committed to the advancement of outcomes-focused knowledge and the preparation of individuals for the various careers in health information technology. The Health Information Technology program is dedicated to providing culturally-diverse students with the knowledge, skills and analytical tools necessary to become successful, ethical professionals. This program encourages and values a mix of discipline-based scholarship, contributions to practice and collaborative learning, and its faculty members strive for excellence in teaching, practice, and professional service. The program supports professional interaction among faculty, practitioners and students and encourages involvement with local, regional, national and international organizations.
About Our Program
UA - Pulaski Tech offers the Health Information Technology (HIT) as an online Associate of Science in Health Information Technology degree. Our program is in the process of earning the accreditation for RHIT for our AS program. Until we earn our accreditation, students may not sit for this exam, however, it is anticipated that students in the first class will not have to wait more than a few months after graduation before our program earns accreditation. This is not a guarantee, but a note to students applying in the first year of our new program.
The associate's degree program requires 38 semester credits of general education core, and 39 credits of lower division program coursework for a total of 77 semester credits. The degree program is offered year-round with courses offered in the fall, spring, and summer. The associate's degree program is 8 semesters, part-time. Students are admitted to begin the AS program in both the fall and spring semesters. There's a $100 HIT program fee per semester.
Program of Study
University of Arkansas - Pulaski Technical College
Health Information Technology Program
3000 West Scenic Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118