|E-Health Faculty Coordinator Terry Corrigan.
“We are requiring more academic components now based on input from employers,” said Corrigan, noting to complete the program students must enroll on their own in one math and one English course offered through the college. “Because many students already have a math or English class completed, it may be that many students are already closer to completion before starting,” she said.
Current professionals in the field, whether they are nurses, administrators or IT specialists can benefit from the program as well, and can choose to update their skills by taking only part of the 20 credits. The faculty teaching the program courses, many of whom work in the field, are committed to make the program as hands-on as possible.