Health Information Technology at South Carolina

The master's program in health information technology delivers professionals who understand the unique relationship between information technology, people, health and the health care system.

Graduate Degrees

Delivered through a unique partnership between the university's integrated information technology and health services policy and management departments, the Master in Health Information Technology blends an information technology foundation with coursework covering current clinical trends, government regulations and health care specific management practices.

A  Accelerated Degree: Master in Health Information Technology (M.H.I.T.)

Graduate Director: Bob Brookshire, 803-777-6570, rbrook@mailbox.sc.edu
Integrated Information Technology Program Chair: Elizabeth Regan, 803-777-2286, earegan@mailbox.sc.edu

Application information for this degree is available through our Graduate School. 

M  Master in Health Information Technology (M.H.I.T.)

Graduate Director: Bob Brookshire, 803-777-6570, rbrook@mailbox.sc.edu
Integrated Information Technology Program Chair: Elizabeth Regan, 803-777-2286, earegan@mailbox.sc.edu

Application information for this degree is available through our Graduate School. 

DD  Dual Degree: Health Information Technology and Pharmacy (M.H.I.T. / PharmD)

Through special arrangement, the university offers dual degree programs in certain areas to permit a student to work on two degrees concurrently by combining credits, resulting in the student taking fewer courses than the total required if each degree were pursued independently.

This program, offered by the College of Hospitality Retail and Sport Management and the South Carolina College of Pharmacy, culminates in a Master of Health Information Technology and a Doctor of Pharmacy.

Application information for this degree is available through our Graduate School. 

Explore Our Graduate School 

The Graduate School administers the application process for all of the university's doctoral, master’s, certificate and dual degree programs. Take a look at what you will need to do before you apply.