Dec 03, 2021  
Course/Program Inventory 
Course/Program Inventory

Medical Informatics

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Program of Study Summary


Participating Colleges:
Cleveland State Community College
Columbia State Community College
Nashville State Community College
Roane State Community College
Volunteer State Community College



There will be no concentrations under this AAS - please use tracks to distinguish the curriculum maps for Developer and/or Technician.  These tracks may be called names such as, “pathways,” “specialities,” “options,” etc.  


CIP codes:                                        Possible SOC Codes:

API CIP code: 31.51.2706.00            SOC1:15-1150 SOC2:43-4199          SOC2:43-4199

                                                           SOC3:43-9199 SOC4:29-2070         SOC4:29-2070


Program Description: 
Medical Informatics is the interdisciplinary study of the design, development, adoption and application of IT-based innovations in healthcare services delivery, management and planning. This program will provide a pathway for students who are interested in a career in Medical Informatics as either a technician or developer.  



Program Outcomes: 

  1. Use computer applications to assemble and analyze patient data for the purpose of improving patient care or controlling costs.
  2. Create and maintain database management systems applicable to healthcare.
  3. Demonstrate knowledge of state, and federal laws regarding the management of  

      protected health information. 

  1. Perform computer programming for information technology used in healthcare. 


Professional Accrediting Body: None
State Agency/Entity Oversight: None
Certifications/License or Industry-recognized Certificates: None
Related TCAT Diploma Programs: None




General Education Requirements*

  • Campus Approved Gen Ed MATH or NATURAL SCIENCE* 3-4

    HUMANITIES Elective* 3

    SOC SCI Elective* 3

    Campus-approved Gen Ed Elective* 3-4

    * All approved campus-specific course offerings can be found in the campus catalog.

Additional Approved Courses

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