Bachelor of Science in Health Information Administration

Student Resources

AHIMA FOREThe AHIMA Foundation of Research and Education (FORE) offers merit scholarships to outstanding undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in health information administration and health information technology who have at least one full semester (6+ hours) of classes remaining in their course of study at the time the award is granted (August 31). Scholarships are also available to credentialed health information administration (HIA) professionals pursuing graduate degrees in an area related to HIA practice.

HIA Handbook 
The HIA Handbook is available upon request for students in their junior (or higher) year of the major.  Please contact the HIA Program Director to receive a copy.  Once you have read the document, please complete the last page and mail it to

This is a reminder that every student must apply for graduation. The Advising Office will perform a Program of Study Audit to ensure all requirements have been met. If you have not applied for graduation, please do so by completing the Application for Graduation found under the Student tab in the myUT portal.

Resources for New Graduate Students
Here is a link to a university resources page for recent graduate students 



Last Updated: 6/27/22