Health Information Technology

Health information professionals are vital to ensuring that a patient's health information and records are accessible, complete, accurate and protected. If you’re interested in a career that combines technical office skills with health care, our Health Information Technology program could be a perfect fit.

Are you interested in a career in health information technology?

A Look Inside Health Information Technology

If you're interested in a career that combines science, business, management, law and technology, and you enjoy working with physicians, nurses, lawyers, administrators, and executives, then an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Health Information Technology is a fit for you.

As a health information professional, you will be vital to ensuring that a patient's health information and records are accessible, complete, accurate, and protected. You'll have career options where you can choose to work on your own, with others, or a little of both with work flexibility and great pay.

So why choose Dallas College? At Dallas College, our program is CAHIIM accredited, provides training in medical terminology, computers, health information content and management, inpatient and outpatient medical coding and reimbursement, health information law and management of healthcare delivery systems. Our graduates are eligible to sit for American Health Information Management Association's professional certifications, the Certified Coding Associate, and Registered Health Information Technician. For more information, visit our website and begin your Dallas College journey.

The Health Information Technology (HIT) program will prepare you for a career in a fast-growing job sector. Our faculty draw on their knowledge and experience to ensure student success.


HIT Performance Indicators

(August 2022 - July 2023)

Graduation Rate*: 39%

Employment Rate: 100%

RHIT Certification Exam Pass Rate: 50%

*The HIT program is a part-time program. The average time of completion is 36 months.