Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
On-Campus Bachelor's Degree Program
In this bachelor's degree program, students work with the latest health information technology at the region's top academic health institution: the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) in Kansas City, Kansas. Students typically enter this program after completing two years of prerequisite course work from a qualified accredited institution; once at KUMC, students complete their final 2-years of study. Graduates of this program are well-versed in managing health data and information, as well as managing people, processes, and information systems related to health data and information. For more information, please refer to the program website.
Online Bachelor's Degree-Completion Program
KU offers an online bachelor's degree-completion program for military service members, veterans, and working professionals including those with the Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) credential, individuals working in an area related to health information management, or credentialed professionals in another health care field. This program assists those who want to advance to a bachelor's degree in health information management. As an online program, it offers convenience and flexibility for students. For more information, please refer to the program website.
Online Minor in Healthcare Management
KU offers a minor in healthcare management which introduces students to relevant topics for health care managers. Students complete coursework focused on health care administration, the United States health care system, health information privacy and security, finance and reimbursement concepts, and quality and performance improvement in health care. Students also gain knowledge and experience in health information systems and data management. Courses are offered online. For more information, please refer to the program website.