*Must be NMTCB/ARRT certified within two semesters of enrollment
Enrolled students must earn a minimum grade of C in CLRS 430.
Full- or part-time opportunities to complete a baccalaureate degree are offered for technologists or therapists certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and/or the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board. In addition to general education and professional course work, the student selects electives from a wide variety of courses, allowing the design of a program that best meets the goals and interests of the individual.
Upon completing this program, students will know and know how to do the following:
|Certificate requirement (50 credits)|
|NMTCB/ARRT nuclear medicine certification||50|
|General education (12 credits)|
|Collateral requirements (6 credits)|
|HCMG 300 Health Care Organization and Services||3|
|STAT 210 Basic Practice of Statistics||3|
|Major requirements (13 credits)|
|CLRS 206 Cross-sectional Anatomy||2|
|CLRS 390 Research Methods in the Radiation Sciences (writing and academic research)||2|
|CLRS 398 Introduction to Research (writing and academic research)||1|
|CLRS 407 Introduction to PET/CT||2|
|CLRS 408 Introduction to Computed Tomography (CT)||2|
|CLRS 430 Radiobiology||2|
|CLRS 498 Senior Project||2|
|Open electives (8 credits)||8|
|Open electives (300-level+) (31 credits)||31|
|Total minimum requirement||120|
Last update: 9/5/2014
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