Bachelor of Science in Health Information Systems
Dallas, Houston - Spring 2013
Integration of information and data is integral to our everyday lives. But when it comes to health care, the security and accuracy of data and information becomes even more critical - it can mean the difference between life and death of a patient.
LeTourneau University's program in Health Information Systems fuses the fundamentals of computer science, business and health care. This degree prepares students for an in-demand career planning and directing the electronic data processing, information systems, systems analysis or computer programming in health care facilities around the world.
Career with Significant Growth Projections
LeTourneau’s Health Information Systems degree offers an unbeatable career opportunity where technology contributes to quality of life. Significant growth is projected over the next two decades, with median salaries reaching six-figures. This program is ideal for those who want to work in health care without direct patient care:
- Designed to expand the current careers of health professionals who want to develop IT skills and move into health informatics systems integration
- Perfect for IT professionals who are looking to specialize or learn more about healthcare systems
- Career path for registered nurses or allied health workers who want to pursue work at a technology company.
No matter your stage in life, the Health Information Systems program puts your education within reach and helps you maintain a healthy balance while earning your degree. Courses are offered both online and on-ground at LETU's Longview, Houston and Dallas locations. With our flexible learning program, you can complete assignments online at your convenience and fit your courses around your busy schedule.
Classes Taught with a Christian Perspective
Courses are taught from a faith-based perspective, focusing on ethics, integrity and service in the health care industry. At LeTourneau University, we prepare you to impact every workplace and every nation, and we believe there's no better way to do so than by living out your calling at the intersection of your skills and interests – especially in an industry that directly impacts patients' lives.