Graduate Studies

Health Information Technology
Post-Baccalaureate Advanced Certificate
The Health Information Technology certificate program prepares graduates to use the newest information technology to improve health care and processes through data analytics, data and information management, and health information systems. Our certificate program is one of a select few in New York that addresses the high demand for professionals that can use information technology to aid in the digital shift of the health care industry. 
Established foundational programs

SUNY Oswego has a long tradition of high quality programs in Computer and Information Science and Human-Computer Interaction, laying a strong foundation for the establishment and growth of our HIT post-baccalaureate advanced certificate. 

Strong area relationships

Our certificate program offers experiential learning opportunities to study health information technology and the growing importance of digital and electronic health care. SUNY Oswego's partnerships with leading area health care organizations such as Upstate Medical Center, MedTech, Welch Allyn and the Veteran’s Health Administration can help you turn an internship into a future career.

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Admission requirements
Official transcripts showing confirmation of a Bachelor's degree
Purpose Statement
Indicate your purpose for applying to this master’s degree program. Identify any particular area of interest within the major field you are applying to, your plans for future occupation and/or profession and any additional information which may be of help in evaluating your preparation and your fitness for graduate study at SUNY Oswego.
Resume
Two letters of recommendation
Application deadline
August 15 (Suggested)
Length of program
15 credit hours
Credits from this program may count toward SUNY Oswego's Human-Computer Interaction degree
Application Fee
$65 application fee
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There is a need for health care professionals with extended skill sets who understand new technology designed specifically for health care.
The overwhelming need for professionals in the health care industry in Syracuse is also felt nationwide...
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