Transferring to the Bachelor Degree Program at Bellevue College
The bachelor of applied science (BAS) in healthcare technology and management is a career-oriented bachelor degree program designed to prepare individuals to successfully compete for jobs that require knowledge of the healthcare system, highly developed technical skills, and supervisory and management skills.
The first 90 credits of the degree are fulfilled by completion Clark College's Associate in Arts–Option B (AAB) degree. The second half of the degree, completed through Bellevue College, offers professionally relevant curriculum to help students achieve their career goals in one of two areas; Healthcare Information Technology or Healthcare Management.
It is highly recommended that you consult with the Clark College advising department regarding course schedules and degree requirements at both Clark College and Bellevue College. Academic advisors can help you sort out the answers to most of your transfer degree questions.
Transferring to the Oregon Institute of Technology HIIT Bachelor Program
The Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT) offers a regionally accredited Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Health Informatics Information Technology (HIIT) at their Portland campus near Wilsonville, Oregon. OIT's health informatics IT program offers a real world, hands-on approach to education to provide you with the necessary skills that are increasingly in need by health care providers.
Up to 140 credits of the B.S. degree are fulfilled by completion Clark College's Associate in Arts–Option B (AAB) degree. The remainder of the B.S. degree requirements are completed through OIT using various delivery methods designed to fit the lifestyle of working adults by offering evening and weekend classes and to provide the maximum opportunity for employment and promotion. Some courses are also available via online distance education.
To learn more about OIT's Health Informatics bachelor's program, please visit the OIT website. It is highly recommended that you consult with the Clark College advising department regarding course schedules and degree requirements at both Clark College and OIT. Academic advisors can help you sort out the answers to most of your transfer degree questions. Clark academic advisors can put you in touch with an OIT representative or a financial advisor at either school about courses, schedules and costs, including out-of-state tuition and fees at Oregon Institute of Technology.