The HIM Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).
The Health Information Management advisor can evaluate an unofficial transcript in order to give you an accurate answer. Please e-mail Elizabeth Locklear at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. However, there is a lot of group work in several of the classes that will require you to check your e-mail daily. You are expected to watch recorded lectures each week. This is not a flexible degree that can be completed only on the weekends.
Yes. There is no time limit on completing the program. We have many current Distance Education students who are taking 2 courses per semester. This will make your time line to graduation longer.
No. The application to the Health Information Management program is free of charge.
Yes. Students are required to complete a 200 hour internship during their last semester in the program. Students receive assistance in choosing their internships during the semester preceding the internship experience. Distance education students may choose an internship location in their hometown.