Medical Information Technology program.

Medical Information Technology


Combine People Skills with Science and Medicine

If you want to combine personal, medical and scientific skills, this might be the career for you. We can provide you with the classroom and clinical experience to prepare you for a career in Medical Information Technology

What are my career choices?

The Medical Information Technology Program prepares graduates to work in a medical setting as an administrative assistant. The skills you learn could include:

  • Preparing records and reports
  • Maintaining files
  • Ordering supplies
  • Transcribing medical documents
  • Performing accounting procedures
  • Billing and coding functions
  • Processing patient reception dues

What classes do I have to take?

You will be required to take core of medical information technology courses, technical electives related to medical information technology and general education courses. You then apply the skills you acquire in an internship usually taken in your last semester.

View or Download the Medical Information Technology Orientation for an overview of the MIT program.

What are my degree, diploma, or certificate options?

Degrees and Transfers.

If you want to get a bachelor's degree, Western Kentucky University has a completer degree with courses offered either online or in Hardin County.

Diploma Options.

Certificate Options.

Where do I start?

Apply for admission to ECTC to receive information from the Admissions Office about submitting your placement test scores (ACT or COMPASS exams) and to schedule a meeting with an advisor to register for your classes.


Contact Information

KCTCS/Elizabethtown Community and Technical College
Success Center
RPC 1st Floor Room 106
610 College Street Road
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
(270) 706-8803
Medical Information Technology Professor:
Lisa Cantrell
(270) 706-8607 or Toll Free (877) 246-2322, Ext. 68607
Program Coordinator:
Lois Chandler-Cousins
(270) 706-8567 or Toll Free: (877) 246-2322, Ext. 68567
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