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1 Santa Barbara City College
HIT/CIM ACADEMIC PLANNING PRESENTATION

2 Presentation Outcomes: Students Will Understand. . .
Where to find web resources for course planning Requirements for degrees and certificates Prerequisites and Co-requisites How to design a class schedule

3 SBCC HIT/CIM WEBSITE http://www.sbcc.edu/hit

4 Programs HIT AS Degree Medical Coding Specialist Certificate
CIM AS Degree CIM Certificate

5 What's the Difference Between a Degree and a Certificate?
A Degree Requires General Education Requirements

6 General Education Requirements
A. Natural Science with lab (BOT 121 or BIOL 120 or BIOL ) B. Social and Behavioral Science (HIST 100 or 101 or 102 or POLS 101) C. Humanities (AJ 105 or ART 215 or FS 116 or MUS 115 or 118) D-1. English Composition (to be taken at a local college) D-2. Communication and Critical Thinking (will be met with Math) E-1. Intermediate Algebra (to be taken at a local college) Note: Prior to Fall 09, Elementary Algebra was acceptable. Students who were enrolled at SBCC in Spring or Summer 09 and who remain enrolled each Fall and Spring until graduating will not be subject to the new requirement. AND Choose 3 out of the following 4 - E-2. American Institutions (met with area B courses listed above HIST 100 or 101 or 102 or POLS 101) E-3. PE/Health (PE 163A + HE 101) E-4. Oral Communication (COMM 122 or 162) E-5. Multicultural/Gender Studies (met with area C courses listed above – AJ 105 or ART 215 FS 116 or MUS 115 or 118) AND you also need F. Information Competency (LIBR 101)

7 HIT Major Requirements In Their Recommended Order
FOUNDATION COURSES: COMP 101 Microsoft Office (4) HIT 135 Medical Terminology (3) BMS 146 Human Form and Function (3) HIT 101 Intro. to Health Information Mgmt (3) HIT 102 Legal Aspects of Healthcare (3) HIT 204 Basic Pathophysiology (3) HIT 201 Pharmacology for Allied Health (2) HIT 202 ICD, Diagnostic Coding (2) HIT 203 ICD, Procedural Coding (3) HIT 210 CPT Coding (3) HIT 255 Medical Billing & Reimbursement (4) HIT 220 Health Care HIM Statistics (2) HIT 240 Quality Healthcare Management (3) HIT 230 Alternative Delivery Systems (2) HIT 265 HIM Computer Applications (2) MGMT 101 Intro to Management (3) HIT 275 HIT Practicum (3)

8 Medical Coding Specialist Requirements In Their Recommended Order
FOUNDATION COURSES: COMP 101 Microsoft Office (4) HIT 135 Medical Terminology (3) BMS 146 Human Form and Function (3) HIT 101 Intro. to Health Information Mgmt (3) HIT 102 Legal Aspects of Healthcare (3) HIT 204 Basic Pathophysiology (3) HIT 201 Pharmacology for Allied Health (2) HIT 202 ICD, Diagnostic Coding (2) HIT 203 ICD, Procedural Coding (3) HIT 210 CPT Coding (3) HIT 255 Medical Billing & Reimbursement (4) HIT 205 Advanced Coding Classification (3) HIT 280 Medical Coding Practicum (1) NOTE: All but two courses (HIT 205 & 280) also apply to the HIT AS Degree!

9 CIM Major Requirements In Their Recommended Order
FOUNDATION COURSES: COMP 101 Microsoft Office (4) HIT 135 Medical Terminology (3) BMS 146 Human Form and Function (3) CIM 101 Cancer Registry Management I(3) HIT 204 Basic Pathophysiology (3) HIT 101 Intro. to Health Information Mgmt (3) CIM 125 Cancer Disease Management (4) CIM 150 Oncology Coding & Staging (4) CIM 201 Abstracting Principles & Practice I (3) CIM 202 Abstracting Principles & Practice II (3) CIM 225 Cancer Registry Management II (2) CIM 250 Cancer Statistics & Epidemiology (3) HIT 240 Quality Healthcare Management (3) MGMT 101 Introduction to Management (3) CIM 275 CIM Practicum (3)

10 Prerequisites & Co-requisites
Specific Course Prereqs/Coreqs Procedures to have holds lifted Prereq Challenge Form A – coursework from previous colleges and related credentials/licenses (http://www.sbcc.edu/hit/coursewaivers.php)

11 How to Transfer Coursework from Another College: Follow the Steps at

12 Considerations in Planning Your Courses
Comfort with Computers Learning Style Learning Challenges Seek help through DSPS if needed: Expected Time Commitment Review Course Load Guidelines: Other Responsibilities – work, family

13 HIT AS DEGREE Full Time Student Sample Plan Minimum 12 units per Fall/Spring semester
COMP 101 HIT 135 BMS 146 HE 101 Spring 15: HIT 101 HIT 102 HIT 201 HIT 204 LIBR 101 Summer 15: COMM 122 or 162 Intermediate Algebra at local college Fall 15: HIT 202 HIT 203 HIT 255 HIT 220 Spring 16: HIT 210 HIT240 HIT 230 HIT 265 MGMT 101 Summer 16: PE 163A English Composition at local college Fall 16: HIT 275 BOT 121 HIST 100 or 101 or 102 or POLS 101 ART 215 or MUS 115 or 118 Length to Degree for Full Time Student with no coursework transferred in = 2.5 years

14 HIT AS Degree Part Time Student Sample Plan minimum 6 units per Fall/Spring semester
COMP 101 HIT 135 Spring 15: BMS 146 HIT 101 Summer 15: English Composition at local college Fall 15: HIT 102 HIT 204 Spring 16: HIT 202 HIT 203 Summer 16: Intermediate Algebra at local college Fall 16: HIT 255 HIT 210 Spring 17: HIT 220 HIT 240 Summer 17: HIT 201 Fall 17: HIT 230 MGMT 101 LIBR 101 Spring 18: HIT 265 COMM 122 or 162 Summer 18: HIST 100 or 101 or POLS 101 Length to Degree for Part Time Student with no coursework transferred in = 4.5 years Fall 18: HIT 275 ART 215 or MUS 115 or 118

15 MEDICAL CODING Full Time Student
Sample Plan Minimum 9-12 units per Fall/Spring semester Fall 14: COMP 101 HIT 135 BMS 146 HIT 101 Spring 15: HIT 102 HIT 201 HIT 204 HIT 210 Summer 15 Fall 15: HIT 202 HIT 203 HIT 255 Spring 16: HIT 205 HIT 280 Length to Certificate Completion for Full Time Student with no coursework transferred in = 2 years

16 MEDICAL CODING Part Time Student
Sample Plan Minimum 5-6 units per Fall/Spring semester Fall 14: COMP 101 HIT 135 Spring 15: BMS 146 HIT 101 Summer 15: HIT 204 Fall 15: HIT 102 HIT 210 Spring 16: HIT 202 HIT 203 Summer 16: HIT 201 Fall 16: HIT 255 HIT 205 Spring 17: HIT 280 Length to Certificate Completion for Part Time Student with no coursework transferred in = 3 years

17 CIM AS DEGREE Full Time Student Sample Plan Minimum 12 units per Fall/Spring semester
COMP 101 HIT 135 BMS 146 CIM 100 Spring 15: HIT 101 HIT 204 CIM 125 CIM 225 Summer 15: English Composition at local college Fall 15: CIM 150 CIM 201 COMM 122 or 162 ART 215 or MUS 115 or 118 Spring 16: CIM 202 CIM 250 HIST 100 or 101 or 102 or POLS 101 MGMT 101 Summer 16: Intermediate Algebra at local college Fall 16: HIT 240 CIM 275 BOT 121 LIBR 101 Length to Degree for Full Time Student with no coursework transferred in = 2.5 years

18 CIM AS Degree Part Time Student Sample Plan minimum 6 units per Fall/Spring semester
COMP 101 HIT 135 Spring 15: BMS 146 CIM 100 Summer 15: English Composition at local college Fall 15: HIT 101 HIT 204 Spring 16: CIM 125 COMM 122 or 162 Summer 16: Intermediate Algebra at local college Fall 16: CIM 150 CIM 201 Spring 17: CIM 202 CIM 225 LIBR 101 Summer 17: BOT 121 Fall 17: HIT 240 HIST 100 or 101 or 102 or POLS 101 Spring 18: CIM 250 ART 215 or MUS 115 or 118 Summer 18: CIM 275 Length to Degree for Part Time Student with no coursework transferred in = 4 years

19 CIM CERTIFICATE Full Time Student
Sample Plan Minimum 9-12 units per Fall/Spring semester Fall 14: COMP 101 HIT 135 BMS 146 CIM 100 Spring 15: HIT 101 CIM 201 CIM 125 CIM 225 Summer 15: HIT 204 Fall 15: CIM 150 CIM 202 CIM 250 Spring 16: HIT 240 CIM 275 MGMT 101 Length to Certificate Completion for Full Time Student with no coursework transferred in = 2 years *

20 CIM CERTIFICATE Part Time Student Sample Plan Minimum 6 units per Fall/Spring semester
COMP 101 HIT 135 Spring 15: BMS 146 CIM 100 Summer 15: HIT 204 Fall 15: CIM 125 CIM 201 Spring 16: CIM 150 CIM 202 Summer 16: MGMT 101 Fall 16: HIT 101 CIM 225 Spring 17: CIM 250 HIT 240 Summer 17: CIM 275 Length to Certificate Completion for Part Time Student with no coursework transferred in = 3 years


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