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Approximately 89 online schools exist in the US. Of these schools, about 218 offer accredited online health information programs. These accredited online health information schools have an enrollment of an estimated 1,520,865 students. The admission rate for students who apply to these online health information colleges is 69%. This means that 69 out of every 100 students who apply for admission to enroll in online health information courses receive admission.
These schools offer online health information classes at the following levels:
- Associate's degree in health information
- Bachelor's degree in health information
- Master's degree in health information
- Doctoral degree in health information
- Certificate in health information
Accredited online health information schools offer 29 online health information certificate programs, 133 online health information associate's degree programs and 121 online health information bachelor's degree programs for students to select from. In addition, at the graduate level, students may select from one of 111 online health information master's degree programs or 3 online health information doctoral degree programs.
Approximately 30% of the 1,520,865 students enrolled in online health information classes, graduate in a timely fashion. The remaining either drop out or take longer than normal to complete their online health information degree or certificate.
Online health information college graduates can choose from a variety of professions including a health information technician. Health information degree and certificate holders can expect to earn a yearly salary anywhere from $15,680 to $99,300, depending on factors such as job duties, shift timings, or educational qualifications. On average, health information technicians earn $32,825 per year.
Disclaimer: The data used above represents both online and offline offerings. Data for only online schools is not readily available. However, this data can give students a basic picture of what to expect.