Medical coding & billing

APPLY NOW to one of the fastest growing careers in the healthcare industry today! Students will obtain the knowledge and skills to work with hospitals and insurance companies to ensure patient claims are recorded and processed.

Program Description

The Medical Coding and Billing program prepares students to demonstrate an understanding of health data concepts, identify the functions of a health record, and understand health information technology. The curriculum focuses on providing education that develops a student’s ability to incorporate analytical skill sets to be able to interpret medical documentation to assess diagnoses to in-turn code into a patient’s medical record.
Course # Course Title Credit
Medical Coding and Billing Common Core Courses
HIM0009 Introduction to Health Information Technology 3
HIM0091-001 Anatomy & Physiology with Terminology & Disease Process 8
HIM0091-002 Legal & Ethical Aspects of Health Information 3
Medical Coding and Billing Clinical Courses
HIM0092-003 Medical Office Procedures & Management with Insurance 3
HIM0092-004 Basic ICD-10 Coding 5
HIM0092-005 CPT- 4 / HCPCS Coding 5
HIM0093-006 Coding Practice Internship 8


Students interested in applying to a program must submit a completed application and follow these outlined requirements:

  • Students that are 16 years or older must provide an official high school or GED transcript.
  • Students are required to complete program application to Admissions by the program application deadline of September 1, 2023.
  • Online applications are available, and all applicants are required to upload the necessary documentation for consideration.
  • Application Fee (non-refundable): $50.00
  • Tuition Fees: $2,500.00

Fall 2023: NOW OPEN!

The program prepares students for employment in entry-level medical coding and billing support positions, and to master skills critical to office administration in a medical facility or other healthcare environment.

The Medical Coder and Biller program incorporates a combination of classroom and firsthand learning experiences that prepares each student for the workforce in any one of these following healthcare career opportunities: an entry- level coder, medical record coder, coding technician, coding clerk, medical coder/biller, and/or a Medical Records and Health Information Technician.

The job outlook for a Medical Coding and Billing occupation is projected to grow 7 percent from 2021 to 2031. About 14,900 openings are projected each year, on average, over the decade.

Possible Employment Opportunities

  • Medical Biller
  • Medical Coder
  • Medical Records
  • Medical Insurance Specialist


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What Does a Medical Coder and Biller Do?

A career as a Medical Assistant is a versatile health career involving clinical procedures, administrative skills, and routine laboratory procedures. A Medical Assistant possesses the necessary skills to assist patients, nurses, and physicians. They are vital members of the healthcare team that fill both administrative and clinical functions. Though their job duties can vary, a medical assistant may conduct lab work, take vital signs, and promote healthy habits.

Medical Coding and Billing professionals interact with patients and insurance companies to record procedures and provide payment options. Foundational skills for on-the-job success may include:

CAREERS As a pharmacy technician

The program is designed to prepare students with the skills for a career in medical assisting in any one of the following opportunities:
  • Outpatient Care Centers
  • Hospitals
  • Pharmacies
  • Drug Stores
  • Grocery Stores

The job outlook for a Pharmacy Technician is projected to grow 5 percent from 2021 to 2031. About 43,500 openings for pharmacy technicians are projected each year, on average, over the decade. 

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