If you're interested in pursuing a career in health informatics, it is advisable to
make an appointment with a Clark College academic advisor to review your career and
program pursuits. Many courses necessary to fulfill the Associate in Arts–Option
B HIIT transfer degree requirements are taught only once a year at Clark College.
Some courses may also be available online but vary by quarter. The Clark College
advising department can help you to map out courses, schedules, costs and other transfer
If you're interested, we encourage you to apply now. Space is limited and classes
are expected to fill quickly. Here are the suggested steps to take:
Apply for admission to Clark College. Identify yourself as a transfer degree seeking student and specify
the Health Informatics program when you fill out the application.
Take the College Placement Tests.
Meet with a Clark College professional-technical advisor in order to determine which classes are most appropriate to take and the sequence
in which to take them. The contact information for a professional-technical advisor
is 360-992-2345 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Health Informatics transfer degree program is eligible for financial aid. It
is advisable to submit a Financial Aid form as early as possible. See the Financial Aid section for more information.