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Program Schedule

 PROGRAM SEMESTER SEQUENCE

NRS 116 Medical Terminology for Health Careers, prerequisite, 3 credit hours.

RAD 100 Radiologic Technology Introduction, prerequisite, .5 credit hour.

First Semester - Sem/Hrs: 14

  • Natural Science (BIO 108 or BIO 109) 4 Semester hours
  • FYE 101 - First Year Experience 1 Semester hours
  • RAD 101 - Radiologic Technology Clinical Experience I -3 Semester hours
  • RAD 110 - Technical Nursing I 1 Semester hour
  • RAD 120 – Radiologic Technology Anatomy and Positioning I - 5 Semester hours

Second Semester - Sem/Hrs: 15-19

  • * Natural Science (BIO 110) -0-4 Semester hours
  • Mathematics (MAT 106 or 121 or higher) - 3 Semester hours
  • Communications -  3 Semester hours
  • RAD 102 - Radiologic Technology Clinical Experience II  - 3 Semester hours
  • RAD 111 - Technical Nursing II - 1 Semester hour
  • RAD 121- Radiologic Technology Anatomy and Positioning II - 5 Semester hours

Summer Session - Sem/Hrs: 8

  • Social/Behavioral Science 3 Semester hours
  • RAD 103 - Radiologic Technology Clinical Experience III -  2 Semester hours
  • RAD 122 – Radiologic Physics - 3 Semester hours

Third Semester - Sem/Hrs: 13

  • RAD 200 - Venipuncture for Radiologic Technology  - 1 Semester hour
  • RAD 201 - Radiologic Technology Clinical Experience IV - 5 Semester hours
  • RAD 220 – Image Production in Radiography - 3 Semester hour(s)
  • RAD 221 – Pathology and Advanced Modalities in Diagnostic Imaging - 4 Semester hours

Fourth Semester - Sem/Hrs: 13

  • RAD 202 - Radiologic Technology Clinical Experience V - 5 Semester hours
  • RAD 223 - Cross Sectional Anatomy - 3 Semester hours
  • RAD 222 - Ionizing Radiation in Medicine - 3 Semester hours, -- 8 week course
  • RAD 224 - Registry Review - 2 Semester hours, -- 8 week course

 

Total minimum hours: 66.5

  • Rad 250 Radiologic Technology Clinical Electives. Optional course after graduation. 2 credit hours.