Allied Health Programs

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Allied health is the segment of the healthcare field that delivers services involving identifying, evaluating and prevention of disease. Allied health services also encompass dietary and nutrition services, physical therapy, rehabilitation, health administration, health informatics, imaging technology, pharmacy technology, and medical laboratory testing.

Certificate in Allied Health

The Certificate in Allied Health curriculum prepares the student for entry level careers in healthcare services such as health education, health administration, health exhibition, health insurance, medical billing & coding, health informatics, and clinic office's management.


Requirements: High school diploma or GED.


Total credits: 16

  • American Healthcare System (4 Credits)
  • Evolution of Human Health (4 Credits)
  • Healthy Lifestyle (4 Credits)
  • Facilitating Healthy Behavior (4 Credits)


$50 per credit hour


Tuition: $800

Diploma in Allied Health

The Diploma in Allied Health curriculum prepares the student for entry level careers in healthcare services such as health education, health administration, health exhibition, health insurance, medical billing & coding, health informatics, and clinic office's management


Requirements: High school diploma or GED.


Total credits: 30

  • Intro to Healthcare Professions (4 Credits)
  • Community Health Matters (4 Credits)
  • Health Education, Exhibition & Promotion I (6 Credits)
  • American Healthcare System (4 Credits)
  • Evolution of Human Health (4 Credits)
  • Healthy Lifestyle (4 Credits)
  • Facilitating Healthy Behavior (4 Credits)


$50 per credit hour


Tuition: $1,500

Master's Degree in Allied Health

The master's degree in Allied Health curriculum prepares the student for advanced level careers in healthcare services such as health education, health administration, health exhibition, health insurance, medical billing & coding, health informatics, and clinic office's management


Requirements: Bachelor's degree or equivalent. Advanced placement is possible for students who already hold a bachelor's degree in allied health or in a related field such as sports, exercise science, nursing, health education, biochemistry.


Total credits: 54

  • Community Health Matters (4 Credits)
  • Health Education, Exhibition & Promotion I (6 Credits)
  • Health Education, Exhibition & Promotion II (6 Credits)
  • American Healthcare System (4 Credits)
  • Health Economics (4 Credits)
  • Healthcare Administration (4 Credits)
  • Public Health (4 Credits)
  • Intro to Healthcare Professions (4 Credits)
  • Evolution of Human Health (4 Credits)
  • Healthy Lifestyle (4 Credits)
  • Facilitating Healthy Behavior (4 Credits)
  • Thesis/Project (6 Credits)


$50 per credit hour


Tuition: $2,700

Master's Degree of Engineering in Health Information Technologies

The curriculum of the Master's Degree of Engineering in Health information Technologies (HiTec) prepares the student for the most advanced level careers in health information systems, medical informatics, medical software design and engineering, electronic medical records, medical databases, health insurance, and medical artificial intelligence. 


Requirements: Bachelor's degree or coursework in a field related to computer engineering, communication systems, and information technologies.


Award: MEng - HiTec: Master of Engineering in Health Information Technologies.


Total credits: 54 


Core course credits: 24

  • Healthcare Informatics I (6 Credits)
  • Healthcare Informatics II (6 Credits)
  • Public Health Informatics (6 Credits)
  • Health Education, Exhibition & Promotion I (6 Credits)
  • American Healthcare System (4 Credits)
  • Health Economics (4 Credits)
  • Healthcare Administration (4 Credits)
  • Public Health (4 Credits)
  • Intro to Healthcare Professions (4 Credits)
  • Evolution of Human Health (4 Credits)
  • Thesis/Project (6 Credits)

$50 per credit hour


Tuition: $2,700

Doctorate in Health Information Communications

The curriculum of the Doctorate in Health information Communications, Exhibition & Promotion (HiCom) prepares the student for the most advanced level careers in health education, R&D, consultation, journalism, biomedical ethics, creative design, and multimedia communications.


Requirements: Bachelor's degree or coursework in a field related to health, science, communication, information technology or arts design. Advanced placement is possible for students who already hold a master's degree.


Awards:

  • HiComD: Health Information Communications Doctorate - For students who chose to work on a health-related communication project.
  • ArtsD: Arts Doctorate - For students who chose to work on health-related art/media design project.


Total credits: 98


Core course credits: 42

  • Community Health Matters (4 Credits)
  • Health information Communications, Exhibition & Promotion I (6 Credits)
  • Health information Communications, Exhibition & Promotion II (6 Credits)
  • Health information Communications, Exhibition & Promotion III (6 Credits)
  • Biomedical Ethics (4 Credits)
  • Health Marketing (4 Credits)
  • Healthcare Informatics I (6 Credits)
  • Healthcare Informatics II (6 Credits)
  • Public Health Informatics (6 Credits)
  • American Healthcare System (4 Credits)
  • Health Economics (4 Credits)
  • Healthcare Administration (4 Credits)
  • Public Health (4 Credits)
  • Intro to Healthcare Professions (4 Credits)
  • Evolution of Human Health (4 Credits)
  • Healthy Lifestyle (4 Credits)
  • Facilitating Healthy Behavior (4 Credits)
  • Research Methods & Statistics (6 Credits)
  • Thesis/Project (12 Credits)


$50 per credit hour


Tuition: $4,900