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Health Systems Administration


Following your acceptance into one of our programs, there is information that you will need to review and steps that you will need to complete prior to beginning coursework.

Online Learning

Our Health Systems Administration programs are offered via online learning (computer networking, videos, audios). Please review information regarding online learning from the Online Learning web site.

RIT Computer Account

RIT provides a single username and password for RIT computer services to all students, whether on or off campus. Students require a RIT account for email, web development, online learning and for the Student Information System (SIS). Recently accepted students will receive a RIT user name and temporary password in the mail. Once you receive this information, follow the directions for changing your password.
Learn more about your RIT account

Online Learning Courseware

The HSA program uses MyCourses software for the administration and conduct of our online courses. Online learning requires no special software as most classes are conducted through the web browsers. Some classes may require Adobe Flash or Java which are easily downloadable through the Internet. Run the system check to assure your computer requirements are met. Few classes may require special media, this would be communicated to you by your professor.
More about MyCourses,


Online Learning has developed a list of minimum hardware requirements which enable you to take our classes online.

Review hardware listing

How to Register for Courses

All new students can register for courses once they receive an acceptance letter from HSA. New students register on-line. If you would like to register, you must have your RIT account user name and password.
Click to for more information on how to register

Textbooks & Course Materials

Students may purchase textbooks directly from the RIT Barnes and Noble bookstore.
RIT Bookstore - Barnes and Noble @ RIT

Academic Advising

For all students within the HSA program, Carla Stebbin will serve as your academic advisor. Should you have any questions about your program of study, please contact  her directly at 585-475-4761 or email: In the event Dr. Stebbins is not available please contact Anne Zachmeyer at for assistance.

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