Saint Louis University

The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management is a four year program for students interested in the study of medical sciences, information technology, legal concepts and business administration. After completion of the program, students are eligible to sit for the Registered Health information Administrator credentialing exam.

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Highlights of SLU's Health Information Management Program:

  • Oldest University-based Health Information Management program in the nation since 1936
  • One of only 54 accredited health information management programs in the United States.
  • National certification pass rates consistently exceed national average.
  • Discipline specific scholarships available.
  • Historically has a 100 percent placement rate within three months of graduation for HIM graduates seeking employment.
  • Hospitals, clinics, physician offices and other health-related entities provide students with a variety of professional practice opportunities.


The Health Information Management baccalaureate program at Saint Louis University is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education.

Admission Requirements for Health Sciences B.S.


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