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Certified Medical Billing and Coding Specialist Training   


UTSA MBC certification course introduces a unique university fast-track program that teaches students to gain essential skills needed to facilitate all phases of the healthcare medical and insurance revenue cycle process. Online Medical Billing and Coding (MBC) Training is delivered virtually over twenty-three consecutive weeks for a total of 138 hours. The cohort meets with the online instructor two days a week for three hours. Participants will then be required to complete an average of eight hours of homework per week, consisting of video modules, workbook exercises, and coding test banks.

The National Healthcare Association certification exam is proctored in-person at the UTSA Downtown Campus

Attendance Policy: To receive a Certificate of Completion and sit for the NHA CBCS exam, students must have no more than 3 unexcused absences and have 90% of assignments completed. 

Course Information

A welcome email will be sent to you the week of the workshop's start date. This email will contain course information and meeting links. Your instructor will be copied in this email for any questions you may have regarding the workshop. 


Fall Payment Schedule
Regular Payment Schedule



Due Date

1st Payment 


Due Upon Enrollment

2nd Payment 


Monday, October 28, 2024

3rd Payment 


Monday, January 27, 2024

Each payment incurs a $25 transaction fee. This fee is included in the total of each scheduled payment above.


Program Cost & Policies

  • MBC training offers financial assistance in payment plans and Sallie Mae loans. 
  • Full payment is recommended to secure your spot in the workshop.
  • Payment Plan, the first Installment is due at the time of registration to secure your spot in the workshop. Please refer to the Payment Plan Schedule above for the required payment details. 
  • Educational Funding much be approved before registration.

Technology Requirements and Support

  • Microsoft Word for assignments and Adobe PDF to upload documents. 
  • Computer with a web camera and speakers/earbuds/headphones. You can use your own personal device (laptop or desktop). Camera must be on during live sessions.
  • Internet access. Wired or reliable connection recommended for online exams and assignments.
  • Google Chrome is the recommended browser. In case you are having trouble opening or accessing content, clear the cache and try a different browser.



Register to Learn More about UTSA CBCS Training on our website, to receive the next cohort dates as soon as they are posted. 



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