CAHIIM Accredited

CAHIIM LogoThe bachelor's and master's degree programs at The College of St. Scholastica are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).

Program Outcomes

84 percent student retention rate for M.S. in HIM students


87 percent of graduates responding to the annual M.S. in HIM graduate survey indicate that they feel their graduate education at CSS prepared them to thrive professionally in a practice environment that is undergoing fundamental change


82 percent of graduates responding to the annual M.S. in HIM graduate survey are employed within one year of graduation

Health Informatics and Information Management: By the Numbers

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One

We created the first health information program in the nation. As the field has evolved, we've remained at the forefront, offering the first bachelor's distance program in 1981, the first online master's in HIM and the first master's program accredited by CAHIIM.


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Two

Two of our professors helped write the textbook for HIM that serves as the standard for HIM programs in colleges and universities across the country. Our faculty are highly-regarded practitioners and leaders in the field.


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Six

Six different online programs to choose from. Bachelor's or master's, HIM or Health Informatics, we've got a program to fit your needs.


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Twenty-Two

The expected growth percentage in the HIM workforce over the next decade, thanks to the proliferation of Electronic Health Records and healthcare reform — making it one of the U.S. News and World Report's "Nine Hottest Majors."

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