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RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES 443

RADS 441: Introduction to Radiology This course is designed to introduce the Physician Assistant student to radiologic imaging procedures. The focus of the class will include technical, anatomical and pathologic considerations. 3 credits, Fall RADS 495: Special Topics Special topics courses are developed by faculty around a specific area of interest. Objectives may be defined by faculty or mutually identified by students and faculty. 1-3 credits, Fall or Spring Associate Degree Curriculum (Numerals in front of courses indicate credits) 4 3 3 1 3 2 __1 17

3 3 __4

FALL I Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab/ 4 BIOL 108, 109 College Composition/LENG 111 3 Intro Radiologic Science/RADS 101 3 Clinical Radiography 1/RADS 117 4 PC Applications/CIS 170-173 or CIS 150 First-Year Seminar 3 Introduction to Speech/SPCH 390 1 __ 18

SPRING I Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab/ BIOL 110, 111 Sacred Scripture/LTHE 121 Introduction to Philosophy/LPHI 131 Rad Posit/Proc I with Lab/ RADS 204, 205 Intro to Psychology I/PSYC 111 Clinical Radiography 2/RADS 120

*SUMMER I Rad Posit/Proc II with Lab/ RADS 214, 215 Imaging and Equipment/RADS 219 Clinical Radiography 3/RADS 206

*FALL II Rad Exposure with Lab/ RADS 118, 119 Clinical Radiography 4/RADS 216

10 4 2 2 1 __3

**SPRING II Rad Posit/Proc III with Lab/ RADS 224, 225 Advanced Exposure/RADS 218 Radiation Biology/RADS 252 Intro to Rad Pathology/RADS 271 Clinical Radiography 5/RADS 226

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4 4 __ 8 1 4

**SUMMER II Special Topics/RADS 285 Clinical Radiography/RADS 286

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Total Credits: 70 This curriculum indicates that students will be required to attend summer sessions as part of the Radiologic Sciences Program. *Students are advised that the courses taken in the Summer I and Fall II semesters will be combined for the purposes of billing and grading. Students will receive their bill for the Summer I and Fall II semester at the regular Fall billing time. Grades will be sent out at the completion of each of the four semesters. Students are advised that the Summer I and Spring II grade reports will contain "*" grades for the Fall II and Summer II semesters. **Students are advised that the courses taken in the Spring II and Summer II semesters will be combined for the purposes of billing and grading. Students will receive their bill for the Spring II and Summer II semesters at the regular Spring billing time. Grades will be sent out at the completion of each of the four semesters. Students are advised that the Summer I and Spring II grade reports will contain "*" grades for the Spring II semesters.

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013  

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013  

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013

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