The Masters of Health Information Technology (MHIT) is an interdisciplinary program with the Arnold School of Public Health. This professional degree program prepares students with expertise in the management of both health care systems and information technology. It is designed to create a workforce of highly skilled IT experts and managers in healthcare and to provide leadership and know-how as the USA moves toward a more technologically advanced and efficient healthcare system.
With eight universities across 20 locations offering more than 400 degree programs on campus and online, the University of South Carolina system is uniquely positioned to meet the state's educational, cultural, health, and research needs.
Carolina makes its local communities a priority, and the university is committed to a superior student experience and academic excellence for all of its students. Scholarship programs such as the Gamecock Guarantee, flexible scheduling through On Your Time, and online degrees through Palmetto College make higher education more accessible and affordable for South Carolinians.
In the process, it hopes to inspire a new generation of innovative thinkers and problem-solvers to make a positive impact as it creates healthier, more prosperous, and more vibrant communities.