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Healthcare Technology Systems

Program Overview

Do you have an interest or an affinity for computer systems? Do you welcome challenges? Healthcare organizations need knowledgeable individuals with technical and problem-solving skills to fill healthcare IT jobs and ensure critical systems and information are safeguarded and available.

Our Healthcare Technology Systems program will help you develop the knowledge, technical skills, and problem-solving strategies needed by IT departments in a wide range of healthcare organizations and related businesses.

To prepare you to solve healthcare IT challenges, you’ll receive training in web development, programming, database management, data analytics, system development, project management, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and other emerging technologies. Successful completion of this program could lead to healthcare IT jobs like an analyst, software developer, project manager, or informatics specialist.

Register for our Healthcare Technology Systems program, and start your journey toward a new career today.

Students at any Maricopa Community College may need to complete courses at more than one of our colleges.

Why Paradise Valley Community College?

Students can now achieve their HTS degree entirely online at PVCC. In addition to learning essential knowledge, technical skills, and problem-solving strategies, there is a strong emphasis on placing students in rewarding, hands-on internships. This is a critical component in our approach to making sure students apply what they learn in the classroom to real-life careers including:

  • Hospitals
  • Insurance companies
  • Consulting firms
  • Project management
  • Medical Practices
  • Public health offices
  • Other Allied Health Employers