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Radiologic Science

Program of Study / Curriculum

Required Courses For
Associate of Science Degree Program

Fr. Yr. Spring Semester Hours
ENGL 1101** English Composition I 3
BIOL 1100K** Anatomy & Physiology for the Health Care Provider
(Human Anatomy & Physiology I & II may be taken in Lieu of BIOL 1100K and is recommended)
4
ALHE 1120** Medical Terminology 1
RADS 1000** Introduction to Radiography and Patient Care 3
RADS 1210** Clinical Imaging I 2
  13
Fr. Yr. Summer Semester  
MATH 1111** College Algebra 3
CISM 2201** Fund. of Computer Applications 3
RADS 1020** Radiographic Procedures I 2
RADS 1220** Clinical Imaging II 2
  10
Fr. Yr. Fall Semester  
RADS 1040** Radiographic Procedures II 3
RADS 1120** Imaging Science I 4
RADS 1230** Clinical Imaging III 4
POLS 1101* American Gov't in World Perspective 3
  14
Soph. Yr. Spring Semester  
RADS 2060** Radiographic Procedures III 3
RADS 2130** Imaging Science II 4
RADS 2240** Clinical Imaging IV 6
  13
Soph. Yr. Summer Semester  
RADS 1100** Principles of Radiation Biology & Protection 3
RADS 2140** Pathology for the Imaging Professional 2
RADS 2250** Clinical Imaging V 3
COMM 1000* Cultural Diversity in Communication 2
  10
Soph. Yr. Fall Semester  
RADS 2150** Radiologic Technology Review 3
RADS 2260** Clinical Imaging VI 6
Area C Elective* ART 1100, FIAR 2250, MUSC 1100,
THEA 1100, or PHIL 2010
3
  12
Program Total Credits 72

* Denotes a course that can be taken at any time throughout the program.
** Denotes that a minimum grade of “C” or higher is required in that course.

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