We offer a flexible, asynchronous online program that prepares you to succeed in the health information management and technology field. This program helps to improve patient care as technology continues to change, and that starts with you.
Our online courses are delivered through the University of Wisconsin Extended Campus.
The Health Information Management & Technology program is comprised of 21 courses. As a student in the program, you’ll learn fundamentals from 15 core courses. Then, you’ll complete 4 track courses, 1 capstone prep course and and capstone project.
Wondering what class will be like? Online coursework typically includes the following:
About Online Learning
Make sure you have the required technology and internet access to successful complete your bachelor's degree.
Our professors at UW-Green Bay are always willing to help you get what you need to succeed and provide support. As a Health Information Management & Technology student, you also have access to UW Extended Campus professors and success coaches. Success Coaches are skilled professionals available to help you with individualized support, advocate for you on your path toward graduation and provide general encouragement and support during your time as a student. Your coach can assist you with balancing life obligations and coursework and identifying resources to help you find success.
Online education offers the convenience and flexibility most working adults need, without sacrificing any of the learning. You have a busy life, and our online education programs offer the flexibility you need to continue working toward your degree. Request a degree guide to learn more about this program and find out how to apply.
As the academic director of Health Information Management and Technology, Professor Misty Neal is committed to student success. If you have questions, she can help.