Professional Success

The  Health Information Management (HIM) program focuses on the management of healthcare data and information resources. Health Information Management provides an important link between the patient, payers such as insurance companies, and the healthcare providers. Graduates will be able to use technology to collect, store, analyze, and retrieve healthcare data. HIM professionals provide information to other members of the healthcare team for purposes of planning, analyzing, financing, and evaluating healthcare services. The program is an excellent career choice for those who wish to work in the healthcare industry, but prefer the technology aspect rather than working directly with patients. Job opportunities for the HIM professional exist in multiple settings throughout the healthcare industry: hospitals, clinics, research facilities, and physician practices. Successful graduates may gain entry-level employment in areas such as health information specialist or technician, patient information coordinator, coding supervisor, clinical data analyst or specialist, research support analyst, or clinical data analyst.

Total Hours Required for Graduation - 120 hours

  • BUL 410 - Risk and Insurance 3
  • CIS 102 - Computer Concepts 3
  • CIS 220 - Global Information Technology Management 3
  • CRT 101 - Critical Thinking 3
  • ECN 131 - Macroeconomics 3
  • ENG 101 - English Composition I 3
  • ENG 102 - English Composition II 3
  • HIS 201 - Art History 3
  • HIS 203 - American History 3
  • HIT 101 - Office Billing and Coding 3
  • HIT 102 - Hospital Billing and Coding 3
  • HIT 103 - Surgical Billing and Coding 3
  • HM 101 - Principles of Healthcare Management 3
  • HM 102 - Medical/Pharmaceutical Terminology 3
  • HM 108 - Anatomy & Physiology for Medical Billing and Coding 3
  • HM 110 - Pharmacology for Health Occupations 3
  • HM 112 - Healthcare Information Systems 3
  • HM 114 - Healthcare Record and Data Management 3
  • HM 201 - Anatomy and Physiology 3
  • HM 202 - Pathophysiology 3
  • HM 210 - Healthcare Law and Risk Management 3
  • HM 240 - Healthcare Accounting and Finance 3
  • HM 301 - Healthcare Human Resources Management 3
  • HM 303 - Electronic Health Records 3
  • HM 305 - Healthcare Statistics and Research 3
  • HM 309 - Healthcare Informatics 3
  • HM 311 - Healthcare Compliance 3
  • HM 401 - Healthcare Database Management 3
  • HM 403 - Healthcare Information Quality Control 3
  • HM 405 - Healthcare Data Analysis 3
  • HM 407 - Advanced Healthcare Accounting and Finance 3
  • HM 409 - Health Information Management Capstone 3
  • HM 410 - Health Information Seminar 3
  • MAT 101 - College Mathematics I 3
  • MAT 102 - College Mathematics II 3
  • MAT 310 - Elementary Statistics 3
  • POL 210 - Political Science 3
  • PSY 131 - General Psychology 3
  • PSY 210 - Behavioral Psychology 3
  • SOC 101 - Sociology 3
  • Total Credit Hours 120

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Note: Financial aid is available for those who qualify.