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- Department of Diagnostic Medical Sonography
- Department of Health and Biomedical Sciences
- Department of Nurse Anesthesia
- Department of Nursing
- Department of Occupational Therapy Assistant
- Department of Radiologic Sciences
- Mission Statement
- Licensure and Accreditation
- Associate of Science in Radiography
- Associate of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology
- Nuclear Medicine Technology Certificate Program
- Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences
- Course Descriptions
Students may progress in the Program when they:
- Earn a minimum grade of “C” (2.00) in each radiography course.
- Earn a minimum grade of “C” (2.00) in each of the following cognate courses: Anatomy & Physiology I & II, Sectional Anatomy, Medical Terminology, and Survey of Physics. Successfully repeat courses in which the minimum grade of “C” (2.00) was not achieved.1 No more than two courses may be repeated, only one of which may be a radiography course. Courses may be repeated in the following combinations: one radiography course and one cognate course, or two cognate courses.2
- Present annual verification of tuberculosis screening and updated immunizations including hepatitis B. Verify current certification in professional cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) from the American Heart Association including infant, child and adult CPR.
1 Students earning a “C-” (1.70) or below in a radiography course will be removed from the program. Reapplication to the program does not guarantee readmission.
2 Students who subsequently fail the same or any other radiography or cognate course will be dismissed from the program.