Online Health Information Technology Program
DeVry’s online associate degree program in Health Information Technology (HIT) is designed to prepare you for a position in a dynamic and important field. The curriculum for the Health Information Technology degree program is based on current associate degree entry-level competencies outlined by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). In this online Health Information Technology degree program you have access to up-to-date coding and chart management lab software, as well as the opportunity to gain hands-on professional practice experience.
DeVry offers an online learning platform where you can interact with professors and other students to get help and have threaded discussions. Online students have access to a variety of resources both online and in person. These resources include your professors, student support advisor, Student Services, the Student Finance Team, and the Technical Help Desk. To learn more about the benefits of an online education from DeVry, check the online degree program page.
(In New Jersey and Pennsylvania, Associate in Applied Science in Health Information Technology.)
Complete courses for the online associate degree program in Health Information Technology degree through a flexible schedule enabling you to take classes online, any time anywhere.
Our online associate degree program in Health Information Technology focuses on applying concepts and skills to real-life scenarios. The curriculum may include the following career-focused online Health Information Technology courses:
- Basic Medical Terminology
- Introduction to Health Services and Information Systems
- International Classification of Diseases Coding I
- Legal and Regulatory Issues in Health Information
- Health Insurance and Reimbursement
To learn more about required and elective courses for the online associate degree in Health Information Technology, request information or see the DeVry University undergraduate academic catalog.