Associate in Science Degree in Health Information Technology

Degree Requirements

General Education - English

ENC 1101English Composition I (P)

3 credits

General Education - Humanities/Fine Arts

See Associate in Science/Associate in Applied Science General Education Options

3 credits

 

General Education - Natural Science/Mathematics

BSC 1084Survey of the Human Body (P)

4 credits

Or

BSC 2093Anatomy and Physiology I (P)

3 credits

BSC 2093LAnatomy and Physiology I Lab (P)

1 credit

And

BSC 2094Anatomy and Physiology II (P)

3 credits

BSC 2094LAnatomy and Physiology II Lab (P)

1 credit

And

Any 3 credits from Mathematics

See Associate in Science/Associate in Applied Science General Education Options

3 credits

 

General Education - Social/Behavioral Science

PSY 2012Introduction to Psychology (P)

3 credits

Or

SYG 2000Introduction to Sociology (P)

3 credits

Major Field Required Courses - 54 credits

HSC 2531Medical Terminology I

3 credits

CGS 1100Introduction to Computer Applications for Business (P)

3 credits

HIM 1000Introduction to Health Information Management (O)

3 credits

HIM 1012Legal Aspects of Health Information (O)

3 credits

HIM 1722ICD-10-CM Coding (O)

2 credits

HIM 1723ICD-10-PCS Coding (O)

2 credits

HIM 1282Basic CPT Coding (O)

3 credits

HIM 1510CHealth Care Data Analysis (O)

3 credits

HIM 1442Pharmacology for HIM (O)

2 credits

HIM 1273CBilling and Reimbursement Methods (O)

3 credits

HIM 2433Pathophysiology (O)

3 credits

HIM 2729Intermediate Coding (O)

4 credits

HIM 2400Alternative Health Care Settings (O)

3 credits

HIM 2112Electronic Health Record and Technology (O)

3 credits

HIM 2211Health Information Systems (O)

3 credits

HIM 2512HIM Supervision and Organizational Life (O)

2 credits

HIM 2805LProfessional Practice Experience I (O)

1 credit

HIM 2506Quality Assessment (O)

2 credits

HIM 2725LCoding Lab (O)

2 credits

HIM 2815LProfessional Practice Experience II (O)

1 credit

HIM 2822HIT Capstone Seminar (O)

3 credits

All natural science, math and HIM prefix courses require a grade of “C” or higher.