Public Health Informatics & Technology Micro-credential

To help students interested in a career in the health sciences access career growth and professional opportunities faster, MCC now offers a FREE micro-credential training in Public Health Informatics & Technology.

Micro-credentials are mini qualifications that train students to be able to complete skills that employers want. This non-degree credential takes less time than a certificate or associate degree and can be earned by completing the following FREE courses:

3 Credits-PHO101 Introduction to Public Health CRN 20912 offered:1/22/24-3/13/24
3 Credits-PHO102 Health Information Technology CRN 20913 offered: 1/22/24-3/13/24
3 Credits-PHO103 Introduction to Public Health Informatics and Information Systems CRN 20914
offered: 3/25/24-5/17/24

MCC’s micro-credentials are designed to:

  • Provide specific knowledge in Massachusetts’ fastest growing industries
  • Offer focused, in-demand career qualifications
  • Meet local workforce and industry partner needs
  • Be compact and completed quickly

Register for PHIT classes here:
https://www.middlesex.mass.edu/registration/

For more information please contact:
Kori Boeckeler, PHIT Program Coordinator
Boeckelerk@middlesex.mass.edu

 

Next Steps: Continue your education! Register now to complete a:
  • AS in Liberal Studies, Concentration in Public Health Informatics and Technology degree
Please note – all courses completed for your micro-credential count toward your certificate or degree.

 

This project is supported by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under grant number 90PH0001/01-00, title “ Enhancing the Public Health IT Workforce in the Merrimack Valley,” total award amount of $3,319,974. This information or content and conclusion are those of the author and should be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsement be inferred by ONC, HSS, or the U.S. Government.

 

Last Modified: 1/22/24