Graduate Certificate Program in Health Terminology Standards

The Graduate Certificate in Health Terminology Standards is a 1-year, part-time program with four graduate level courses done through weekly online evening classes and a 2.5-day in-person workshop.

 If you work in the health industry and are involved with or have an interest in health terminologies, interoperable electronic health record, and clinical coding and classification, then this Certificate is for you. The Program is intended to meet national and international needs for best practices in controlled terminologies used in the health industry.

Graduates of this program are eligible for the Canadian College of Health Information Management Terminology Standards Specialist Certification. For more information on becoming a Certified Terminology Standards Specialist (CTSS) click here

To apply, you need to have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution. If you have a HIM diploma and 15+ years of relevant work experience, you are encouraged to apply for admission considerations. Those accepted into the MSc program in Health Informatics at the School can also apply the Certificate courses toward their MSc degree.

Contact our Graduate Advisor to learn more about the program and eligibility requirements.

The application deadline for entry in September is June 1.

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