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2012-2013 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences

Requirements for a Major in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences

Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Prerequisites

Basic Skills

General Education Requirements (33 credits)

Recommended general education courses:

B.S. Cognate (10 credits)

Prerequisite Courses (12 credits)

Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Core Courses (13 credits)

Concentration Areas

All concentration series courses are clinical education offerings and can be repeated until the necessary quantity of clinical contact hours have been achieved. Therefore all series courses listed below have the academic credit given as the total number of semester hours required for that concentration. Individual course proposals are given as 1 to not more than 5 semester hour credits because five is the maximum number of clinical semester hours permitted by accreditation agencies.

Breast Ultrasound Concentration Courses (17 credits)

Computed Tomography Concentration Courses (19 credits)

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Concentration Courses (19 credits)

Mammography and Bone Densitometry Concentration Courses (12 credits)

Cardiac Interventional Technology (Cardiac Catheterization) Concentration Courses (17 credits)

Vascular Interventional Technology Concentration Courses (17 credits)

Advanced Radiographic Sciences Concentration Courses (18 credits)

Quality Management Concentration Courses (7 credits)

Clinical Instruction Concentration Courses (8 credits)

Clinical Supervision Concentration Courses (8 Credits)

Suggested Order of Coursework for a Major in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences

Radiologic and Imaging Sciences major with transferred associate degree in Radiography meeting MACRAO requirements:

Junior Fall Semester

Junior Winter Semester

Junior Spring/Summer Semester

  • General Education (Cultural Emphasis) Credits: 3

Senior Fall Semester

Senior Winter Semester

Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Program Description

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