University of Colorado College of Nursing receives federal grant to offer health IT scholarships for graduate education.
The University of Colorado College of Nursing was one of nine recipients of the University-Based Training Grants from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC). This funding is part of their Health IT Workforce Development Program that aims to rapidly expand the workforce to adopt meaningful use of electronic health records. University of Colorado has tuition scholarships for 100 students in our graduate certificate program and 12 students in our master of science in healthcare informatics (MS) program over the next three years. Read more to see if this scholarship might apply to you.
The final cohort of HITEC Certificate students was admitted for the Spring 2013 term.
Overview of the HITEC Program at the CU College of Nursing.
See what our HITEC graduates are doing now.
Health information technology (HIT) has been identified as one of the high growth industries of the decade.
Most program participants were required to take 2 online courses per semester and approximately one year for completion.
All applicants for the HITEC programs and scholarship funding met strict requirements.
Individuals that received scholarships through the HITEC program had a good portion of their tuition and fees covered.