Degrees and Certificates

Medical Imaging (BHS)

Program Degree Requirements

Required for ALL BHS Students

Evidence of Professional Credentials (i.e., licensed, registered or certified Allied Health Professional)

University Requirements (11 hrs)
EN101  Freshman Composition
EN300  Advanced Composition
MA110 Exploring Mathematics OR  MA116 College Algebra

General Education Requirements (27 hrs)
Arts and Humanities (9 hrs – 3hrs in art, music, or theatre)
Math and Natural Science (9 hrs in 2 subject areas)
Social Science (9 hrs in 2 subject areas)

General Electives
12-15 upper division credit hours depending upon the Allied Health Specialty of the student.

Medical Imaging

To be eligible to apply to the Medical Imaging major, applicants must either be a student in or a graduate of one of the following certificate programs:

                        Diagnostic Medical Sonography
                        Radiation Therapy
                        Magnetic Resonance

Medical Imaging coursework includes the certificate program required courses as well as:

                        AL320 Human Disease
                        3 of the BHS courses listed below

Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance students must also complete one course from the required Health Services Administration courses listed below.

Health Services Administration

Required Core Courses (30 hrs)
AL366 Legal and Regulatory Issues
AL367 Health Care Quality Improvement
AL375 Health Care Policy
AL399 Health Information Systems
AL400 Supervisory Practices
AL405 Financial Issues in Health Care
AL420 Current Issues in Health Care
AL450 Knowledge Management
AL460 Research in Health Care
AL480 Seminar in Health Care

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