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Medical Billing & Coding Series
The Medical Billing & Coding Series was created for students preparing for a career in medical billing and coding. Developed and taught by industry experts, this series helps students logically progress through courses designed to give the knowledge needed to work as a medical biller and coder in a healthcare environment. Students are encouraged to complete the Certified Professional Coder exam administered by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) upon completion of the courses to enhance employment opportunities.
The series consists of eight courses and should be taken in the order listed.
Many of the listed courses are linked courses. Taught by credit professors, Linked courses mix credit and non-credit (CE) students in the same learning environment, ensuring the same rigorous standards are met in your education. CE students earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) instead of college credits. CE students complete a quick admission process and follow CE tuition refund guidelines.
The information on this page is for new students beginning in the Fall of 2021. For students currently enrolled in the Medical Billing and/or Medical Coding Certificates, please visit those individual pages for instructions on completing your training.
Course Number: HITT 1005
Pathophysiology and Pharmacology
Course Number: HITT 2030
Health Data Content and Structure
Course Number: HITT 1001
Health Information Systems
Course Number: HITT 1011
Coding and Reimbursement Methodologies
Course Number: HITT 2035
Legal and Ethical Aspects of Health Information
Course Number: HITT 1053
Advanced Medical Coding (Capstone)
Course Number: HITT 2046