Health Sciences, Health Information Management, B.S. to Law, J.D. Accelerated Program
Saint Louis University's accelerated Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences with a concentration in health information management to Juris Doctor program is designed for students who demonstrate academic success in health management and related coursework and are interested in pursuing a law degree.
SLU health information management (HIM) blends the study of medical sciences, information technology, legal concepts and health care management. Students in the health information program learn about the complex rules and regulations impacting health care and health data. This establishes a strong foundation for students interested in going to law school and pursuing a Juris Doctor degree.
This accelerated track enables health information management students to obtain their undergraduate and graduate degrees in six years.
For additional information, see the catalog entries for the following programs:
Health Sciences, B.S., Health Information Management
SLU's B.S. in health information management is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).
Saint Louis University School of Law has been continuously accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) since December 1924. The accrediting body is the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654, 312-988-6738.
Eligibility requirements for SLU's health sciences, health information management, B.S. to law, J.D. accelerated program include:
- Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50.
- Students must be in good academic and disciplinary standing with Saint Louis University and the Doisy College of Health Sciences.
- Students must be in their fifth semester of collegiate study on the health information management to J.D. accelerated track and apply to SLU Law.
- Students must be eligible to complete the accelerated curriculum with no more than 15 credits during each semester during year four of the program.
- Accepted students begin SLU law school coursework during their fourth year.
- After successful completion of the first year of the SLU law school coursework, students will be awarded the B.S. of health information management degree and continue in the SLU law school program.
Roadmaps are recommended semester-by-semester plans of study for programs and assume full-time enrollment unless otherwise noted.
Courses and milestones designated as critical (marked with !) must be completed in the semester listed to ensure a timely graduation. Transfer credit may change the roadmap.
This roadmap should not be used in the place of regular academic advising appointments. All students are encouraged to meet with their advisor/mentor each semester. Requirements, course availability and sequencing are subject to change.
|BTM 2000||Introduction to Business Technology Management||3|
|CORE 1000||Ignite First Year Seminar||2|
|CORE 3800||Ways of Thinking: Natural and Applied Sciences||3|
|HSCI 2000||The US Health Care System||3|
|MATH 1200||College Algebra||3|
|CMM 1200||Public Speaking (satisfies CORE 1200)||3|
|CORE 1500||Cura Personalis 1: Self in Community||1|
|ECON 1900||Principles of Economics||3|
|ENGL 1900||Advanced Strategies of Rhetoric and Research (satisfies CORE 1900)||3|
|HSCI 1000||Introduction to Health Sciences||1|
|POLS 1540||Blood and Money: Ethnic War||3|
or OPM 2070
|Elementary Statistics with Computers (satisfies CORE 3200)
or Introduction to Business Statistics
|HSCI 2200||Medical Terminology||3|
|HIM 3000||Health Information Management Concepts and Practice||3|
|HIM 3200||Health Data Management||3|
|HIM 4750||Fundamentals of Clinical Medicine||3|
|HSCI 3200||Aspects of Health Law||3|
& HSCI 3310
|Anatomy & Physiology I
and Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
|CORE 3400||Ways of Thinking: Aesthetics, History, and Culture||3|
|HCE 1600||Embodiment, Life, and Death in Context (satisfies CORE 1600)||3|
|HIM 3600||HIM Theory and Practice Laboratory (satisfies CORE 4500)||2|
|HSCI 2100||Health Care Management||3|
& HSCI 3410
|Anatomy and Physiology Lecture II
and Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
|BTM 2500||Data Modeling, Analysis and Visualization||3|
|CORE 2800||Eloquentia Perfecta 3: Creative Expression||2-3|
|HCE 1700||Death, Disability, Disease, and the Meaning of Life||3|
|HIM 4510||Health Care Financial Management||3|
|HSCI 3700||Research Methods (satisfies CORE 4000)||3|
|HSCI 4100||Healthcare Technology and Informatics||3|
|HIM 3400||Coding and Classification Systems||4|
|HIM 4400||Clinical Data Analytics||3|
|HIM 4530||Professional Practice||3|
|HIM 4950||Senior Seminar||3|
|HSCI 4700||Quality Management and Performance Improvement||3|
School of Law
|LAW 7000||Civil Procedure||4|
|LAW 7005||Criminal Law||3|
|LAW 7020||Legal Research and Writing I||3|
|LAW 7040||Introduction to Legal Studies I||1|
|LAW 7010||Contracts I||4|
|LAW 7021||Legal Research and Writing II||3|
|LAW 7025||Constitutional Law I||3|
|LAW 7033||Law Office Technology||1|
|LAW 7100||Legal Profession||3|
|Law Elective||Any LAW Course||12|
|Law Elective||Any LAW Course||15|
|Law Elective||Any LAW Course||23|
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