Medical Imaging (B.S) (2003)

Administered by Biological and Allied Health Sciences

Effective Fall, 2003

There are a number of different options in the medical imaging degree program and some 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 Option. The following courses are required in addition to, or as part of, the general education requirements:

Major core courses

50.114 Concepts in Biology I or equivalent

50.173 Anatomy and Physiology I

50.174 Anatomy and Physiology II

52.101 Introductory Chemistry

54.107 Applied Physics for Health Sciences

48.101 General Psychology

48.160 Basic Statistics or 53.141 Introduction to Statistics

56.110 Introduction to Computer Science or 92.140 Introduction to Computer and Information Science

Emphasis Courses - Select an emphasis in either management or education, both require a total of 15 semester hours in courses:

Management Emphasis

90.101 Introduction to Business

91.220 Financial Accounting

93.344 Principles of Management

93.345 Human Resource Management

91.498 Special Topics: Intro to Health Care

Education Emphasis

60.204 Educational Computing and Technology

60.251 Psychological Foundations in Education

60.291 Principles of Teaching

60.311 Classroom Measurement and Evaluation

60.393 Social Foundations in Education

Clinical Courses- Completion of clinical experience in a hospital-based certificate program, and passing of the national registry exams, are required. The number of credits awarded varies depending on length of the clinical experience. A maximum of 60 clinical credits will count towards the bachelors degree.

89.300 Clinical Experience/Medical Imaging

Geisinger Health System Option: The major core and emphasis courses for the degree are the same as those listed above for the standard option. The following courses must be passed prior to completion of the clinical experience and taking of the national registry exam.

50.107 Medical Terminology

50.173 Anatomy and Physiology I

50.174 Anatomy and Physiology II

28.290 Medical Ethics

20.101 English Composition I

25.104 Interpersonal Communication

Johns Hopkins Hospital Option: Requirements for this option are the same as those for the standard option, except that the emphasis courses are not required. Instead the following courses are required or strongly recommended, depending on clinical specialty selected.

50.107 Medical Terminology

52.108 Physiological Chemistry

53.113 Pre-calculus or 53-109 College Algebra

28.290 Medical Ethics