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Programs of Study

Radiologic Technology

Major Courses
(42 credits)

RAD 151

Radiologic Positioning I

3

RAD 152

Radiologic Positioning I Lab

1

RAD 153

Radiologic Exposures & Principles I

3

RAD 154

Radiologic Exposures & Principles I Lab

1

RAD 155

Patient Care I

2

RAD 157

Radiologic Positioning II

2

RAD 158

Radiologic Positioning II Lab

1

RAD 159

Radiologic Exposures & Principles II

3

RAD 161

Patient Care II

2

RAD 163

Clinical Practicum I

2

RAD 165

Clinical Practicum II

4

RAD 251

Clinical Practicum III

2

RAD 253

Radiation Biology & Protection

3

RAD 255

Image Analysis

2

RAD 257

Advanced Exposures

2

RAD 259

Clinical Practicum IV

3

RAD 261

Radiologic Pathology

2

RAD 263

Advanced Medical Imaging

2

RAD 295

Professional Seminar

2

Related Courses (12 credits)

BIO 107

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

3

BIO 108

Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab

1

BIO 109

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

3

BIO 110

Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

1

MTR 100

Medical Terminology

1

PHY 201

Imaging Physics

3

General Education (22 credits)

ENG 101

English Composition I

3

COM ###

Communications Elective

3

HMN 101

Introduction to Humanities

3

MAT 101/201

(Determine by Placement Test)

3

MAT 121

Introduction to Statistics

3

PHY 101

Introductory Physics

3

PSY 101

General Psychology

3

or
SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

SSS 101

Student Success Seminar

1

Minimum Credits to Graduate

76

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