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The next class of students will start Autumn 2014. Students wishing to enroll in one of the HIMT programs will need to apply online by clicking on the "Application" link on the right.
The application deadline for Autumn 2014 is February 17, 2014.
*NOTE: The application period has been extended to March 7, 2014.
Please note the following process is to be followed for students wishing to pursue the HIMT Associate's Degree, the Medical Coding Certificate, the Health Data Analyst Certificate, the Health IT Certificates, or the HIM Technician Certificate.
These requirements must be completed prior to acceptance into the HIMT Associate's Degree program, the Medical Coding Certificate program, the Health Data Analyst Certificate program, the Health IT Certificate programs, or the HIM Technician Certificate program.
- Complete the COMPASS test
- High school graduate or GED equivalency
- Placement into ENGL 1100 Beginning Composition
- Placement into MATH 1030 Beginning Algebra II
- Completion of CSCI 1001 Computer Fundamentals, with a grade of "C" or higher
- Completion of CSCI 1101 Computer Concepts & Applications, with a grade of "C" or higher
Note: Seats are limited in the HIMT programs. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis until all programs are full. Submission of an application does not guarantee your admission to the HIMT program. Once accepted into HIMT, students are required to complete and pass a drug screen and background check at the student's expense.
Information About HIMT Courses
For more information about HIMT courses go to Program Information. The published plan of study assumes an autumn semester start date for semester one. Starting the program in any other semester will require an alternate plan of study that will extend the time to complete the program.
Please note that although all HIMT programs are primarilyweb-based, students are required to come to campus for proctored tests and occasional class meetings.
Students are also required to attend professional practice experiences (PPE) throughout the semester at assigned healthcare facilities if they are enrolled in either the HIMT degree program or the Medical Coding Certificate program. The PPEs for the HIMT degree are HIMT 2860 and HIMT 2870. The PPE for the Medical Coding Certificate is HIMT 2860.
HIMT 2860 and HIMT 2870 require you to spend time (typically day-time business hours, NO weekends, NO evenings) at area healthcare facilities for "hand-on" practical experience.
If you would like additional information regarding one of the HIMT Programs, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org