Sheryl Harris Joins Brown College As Health Information Technician Program Chair
Sheryl Harris, a 25 year veteran in healthcare and education, recently became responsible for the oversight of the health information technician department at Brown College.
Harris has more than 25 years experience in the healthcare and education field, most recently with the University of Minnesota Physician’s/
“The depth of Ms. Harris’ expertise will be of great benefit to students seeking careers in this growing healthcare field,” said William Cowan, president of the campus. “We believe that under her direction the health information technician program will be a leading program of its kind in the Twin Cities.”
The health information technician program is designed to prepare students for a career in a variety of healthcare settings including medical offices, hospitals, clinics and skilled-care facilities. It is offered during day and evening sessions and can be completed in as little as70 weeks. The program is offered for both full-time and part-time students.
For information on enrollment, class schedules, etc. please visit www.browncollege.edu.
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Brown has long history of success in training and graduating students in technology, design, and broadcast fields for more than 60 years. Brown College offers programs in criminal justice, broadcasting, business management, design, and technology. Founded in 1946, Brown College provides students with the knowledge, technical skills and hands-on training needed to succeed in fields such as network and software development, game design and development, graphic design, radio broadcasting, digital media, criminal justice, interior design, and business management. Brown College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). Brown College does not guarantee employment or salary. Brown College is part of the Career Education Corporation network of schools .
For more information visit www.browncollege.edu.