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The Ambulatory Coding certificate requires 23 credits in the courses listed below.

For more information about Health Information Technology, please visit the program page.

The certificate as noted on this page is earned through the HIT associate degree program. In addition, these courses may not be offered during consecutive terms. This certificate requires program application and admission; please visit the above link for details.

Certificate Requirements

Field of Study Code: HIT.CER.AMBUL

HIT 1101Fundamentals of Health Info Technology4
HIT 1102Clinical Classification Systems I5
HIT 1107CPT Coding3
HIT 2211Pathophysiology for Health Information4
ANAT 1500Survey of Human Anatomy and Physiology4
HLTHS 1110Biomedical Terminology3
Total Credits23