Aug 14, 2022
BS in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences
Radiologic and Imaging Science Program: Track 3
Registered Allied Health Specialist + Specialty Tracks
Admission to Track 3 requires graduation from an allied health professions program recognized by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Students for this track also must hold appropriate licensure or be registered in their practice area.
Track 3 majors will select one of the following three specialty areas to complete their BS in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences program:
- Track 3 A — Clinical Education
- Track 3 B — Radiologic Management
- Track 3 C — Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography
- Admission to Tracks 3 A, B, and C require that the student is a registered radiographer or other that has completed an allied health program recognized by the ARRT.
Specialty Area Track 3 Curricula:
- Completion of the University Core Curriculum, 50 credit hours;
- Completion of an allied health professions program recognized by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists); and
- Completion of Track 3 specialty area courses.
Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Degree Requirements
Candidates for the Radiologic and Imaging Sciences must meet the following general requirements and complete the Radiologic and Imaging Sciences professional courses required for the major specialty area of study:
- Complete of the University Core Curriculum: 50 semester hours
- Maintain a grade of C or better in all Radiologic and Imaging Sciences courses and other selected courses
- Maintain a 2.0 grade point average or better.
Track 3 C (36 hours)
Registered Radiographer + Radiologic and Imaging Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography Specialty Track
Choose Two of the Following
- RADT - Elective Credit: 3
- HA - Elective Credit: 3
- HP - Elective Credit: 3
- GERO - Elective Credit: 3
- NUTR - Elective Credit: 3
- PH - Elective Credit: 3