Admissions and Application

Health Information Management

Admissions and Application Information

For any questions, please email or for Online Academic Advising information go to the HIM Program Academic Advising Resource. Select "Login as a Guest" to access.

Note: Changes as of Summer 2020

  • HO 110 Health Office procedures will no longer be an HIM Application requirement.
  • BT120 MS Word will be removed as an option for the BHC Certificate and will not meet HIM Program computer credit requirements. We will accept BT120 if it was completed prior to 2020/21.
  • HIM Course prefix changes

2021-22 Academic year Application

Application Opens Application Closes Notification Date Application Highlights Program Changes
April 22, 2021 May 20, 2021 June 1, 2021

There are credit changes coming for the following classes:
HIM230 3 to 4 credits
HIM114 3 to 4 credits
HIM270 4 to 5 credits
HIM271 4 to 5 credits
HIM273 4 to 5 credits

HIT280 Co-Op for 1 year certificate
HIM280 Co-Op for AAS

Note: HIM275 content will be integrated in the three coding classes above.

*Courses completed prior to fall 2018 will be accepted as equivalents.
October 12, 2021 November 4, 2021 November 15, 2021

Before You Apply

If you are not already a student, Apply for Admission.

Learn More about the Program and Career

All program course requirements, degree outcomes, costs, and prospective wages are available in the Catalog Information. Note that application requirements may have changed (see above).

Change your major to "Health Information Management"

From myLane, select Enrollment and Student Financial Services, Student Records, View and Request change to Degree/Program of Study.

Sign into Moodle (as guest for non-Lane students) and enroll in the Academic Advising Resource Health Information Management Moodle Course

Academic planning and careful work is recommended. Please email questions to Health Professions Counselors and Advisors are available to help you determine what you need to do to meet program or application

Explore Student Resources

To help students succeed, Academic Learning Skills offers Effective Learning (EL115H): a credit class focused on study skills for students in health careers programs. Tutoring Services offers one-on-one tutoring in a variety of subject areas at no cost to students.

Lane's transfer tool will indicate if a course you took at another college/university will transfer as equivalent to a course offered at Lane.