HIT4 Scholars Program: Health Information Technology Training Initiative
Here you will find information on the H-1B Technical Skills Training Grant in Health Information Technology - HIT4 Scholars Program - offered by The Catholic University of America. This initiative is funded in part by a $4.175 million grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration. The HIT4 Scholars Program is part of a cooperative initiative among a number of Washington, DC area organizations, including:
The Catholic University of America (CUA) will be offering the following three programs in Health Information Technology (HIT) through this grant. For more information, click on each program's name. For an overview of the programs and how they compare, view our HIT4 Programs Comparison Chart.
Two programs, the Certificate in Health Information Technology and the Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology/Health Information Technology, are offered through CUA's Metropolitan School of Professional Studies. The third program, the Master of Science in Information Technology/Health Information Technology, is offered through CUA’s School of Library and Information Science. All programs are designed to help participants enter into, or advance, their careers in Health Information Technology -- with offerings available for wherever you are on the HIT career ladder.
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