Administered by Biological and Allied Health Sciences
Effective Fall, 2007
There are a number of different options in the medical imaging degree program and variability in specific course requirements. Students should work closely with their advisor to organize an efficient plan of study. In all options the university's 120-hour requirement for a bachelors degree must be met.
Standard (2+2) Option. The following courses are required in addition to, or as part of, the general education requirements:
Major core courses
Completion of two years of clinical experience in hospital-based certificate programs, and passing of the national registry exams, are required for the standard option. A maximum of 60 clinical credits will count towards the bachelor's degree.
Some clinical sites/specialty areas also require one or more of the following courses:
Students who select clinical programs that are shorter than two years are required to take the courses listed for the standard option outlined above and also complete 15 cr hrs from one of the three emphasis areas.
89.300 Clinical Experience in Medical Imaging. The number of credits awarded varies depending on the length of the clinical experience. Completion of at least 12 months (30 cr hrs) in a hospital-based certificate program, and passing the national registry exam, are required.