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Health Information Management, BS

Bachelor of Science

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The field of health information management deals with maintaining, collecting, interpreting, analyzing, and protecting data that healthcare providers rely on to conduct research and to deliver quality care. Health information professionals are experts in coding and classification systems, management of patient health information, and administration of computer information systems. These professionals interact with clinical, financial, administrative, information technology, and legal staff to interpret data for patient care, research, statistical reporting, planning, and database content development.

The IU Online Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management incorporates medicine, management, finance, information technology, and law into one curriculum. Develop skills in project management, problem solving, data security, revenue management, and auditing, which you can apply to highly sought-after careers in both private and public healthcare environments. Learn to improve healthcare systems, enhance the patient experience, help people navigate complex healthcare choices, and ensure the security of electronic health records in the digital age. Experience a mentored professional practicum within a variety of healthcare-related settings. Practica are project based, allowing you to integrate classroom knowledge in a real-world setting solving real-world problems.

Your IU Online BS in Health Information Management prepares you for such careers as: 

  • Health information director 
  • College instructor 
  • Patient advocate 
  • Physician practice manager 
  • Data security administrator 
  • Patient privacy expert 
  • Health data analyst 
  • Clinical coding specialist 
  • Private consultant 

Degree Requirements

To graduate with the BS in Health Information Management, you must complete 120 credit hours. You may be able to transfer an associate degree or up to 64 credit hours from a regionally accredited two-year college and up to 90 credit hours from a regionally accredited four-year college or university.

Requirements are broken down as follows:

  • Prerequisite courses (29 credit hours) 
  • General education courses (30 credit hours) 
  • General electives courses (3 credit hours) 
  • Professional program (58 credit hours) 

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To be accepted to this program you must:

  1. Admissions requirements vary.

NOTE: This program is authorized, exempt, or not subject to state regulatory compliance and may enroll students from all 50 states.

To apply to this program:

  • Complete application for admission. 
  • Complete an essay (applicants with fewer than 26 credit hours). 
  • Submit high school transcript or equivalent (applicants with fewer than 26 credit hours). 
  • International applicants may be asked for additional materials. 
  • Submit official transcripts to mycredit@iupui.edu or: 
          IUPUI Office of Undergraduate Admissions
          Cavanaugh Hall 147
          425 University Boulevard
          Indianapolis, IN 46202


HIM-M 108Introduction to Health Information Management3 Credits
HIM-M 110Computer Concepts for Health Information3 Credits
HIM-M 120Data Organization & Presentation in Healthcare Environment3 Credits
HIM-M 200Database Design for Health Information Management3 Credits
HIM-M 220Health Informatics for Decision Support3 Credits
HIM-M 275Effective Communication for the Healthcare Environment3 Credits
HIM-M 325Healthcare Information Requirements and Standards I3 Credits
HIM-M 327Healthcare Information Requirements and Standards II3 Credits
HIM-M 330Medical Terminology3 Credits
HIM-M 345Healthcare Law, Ethics, and Information Release3 Credits
HIM-M 350Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for HIM I3 Credits
HIM-M 351Pathophysiology and Pharmacology for HIM II3 Credits
HIM-M 355ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding3 Credits
HIM-M 358CPT Coding3 Credits
HIM-M 370Health Information Management3 Credits
HIM-M 400Health Information Research and Analysis Methods3 Credits
HIM-M 420Health Information Project Management3 Credits
HIM-M 425Quantitative Analysis of Health Information3 Credits
HIM-M 443Professional Practicum in Health Information Management I2 Credits
HIM-M 444Professional Practicum in Health Information Management II2 Credits
HIM-M 462Healthcare Quality Improvement3 Credits
HIM-M 470Healthcare Reimbursement Systems3 Credits
HIM-M 475Health Information Technology3 Credits
HIM-M 490RHIA Exam Preparation3 Credits
INFO-B 430Foundations of Health Informatics3 Credits
INFO-B 435Clinical Information Systems3 Credits
INFO-B 481Health Informatics Standards and Terminology3 Credits
INFO-I 100First Year Seminar1 Credit
INFO-I 270 or I 275Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction3 Credits
INFO-I 478Information Governance3 Credits
NEWM-N 299Career Planning2 Credits

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Tuition & Fees

Cost for Indiana Residents
  • Per Credit Hour
  • Tuition: $308.02
  • 3 Credit Hours
  • Tuition: $924.06

Additional fees will apply.

Cost for Out of State Residents
  • Per Credit Hour
  • Tuition: $400.43
  • 3 Credit Hours
  • Tuition: $1201.29
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