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RS Student Curriculum Guide. 
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Courses listed on the curriculum guide fulfill requirements for a Bachelor of Science, major in Radiologic Sciences, from North Dakota State University.  Upon completion of all educational requirements, including the internship, NDSU bestows the baccalaureate degree and the graduate is eligible to take the national certification exam offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

While every effort is made to provide accurate and current information, curriculum requirements tend to be updated annually.  Students are subject to meeting the curriculum requirements in effect at the time of entrance into a major or program of study.  It is strongly recommended that the student prepare a degree plan with their advisor to ensure that all RS major, general education, and degree requirements are satisfactorily completed.

Radiologic Sciences Sample Curriculum

This is a sample curriculum.  Other variations are possible.  Students should meet with their advisor to plan schedule and ensure that required courses are completed for internship application and graduation.

 

FIRST YEAR

Fall

Spring

Engl 110, 120 - College Composition I, II

3

3

Biol 220, 220L - Human Anatomy & Physiology I, Lab I

3, 1

-

Biol 221, 221L - Human Anatomy & Physiology II, Lab II

-

3, 1

Chem 117, 117L - Chemical Concepts & Applications, Lab

3, 1

-

Chem 260 - Elements of Biochemistry

-

4

Math 105 - Trigonometry

-

3

Wellness Elective

2

-

Univ 189 - Skills for Academic Success

1

-

CSci 114 - Microcomputer Packages

3

-

General Education Elective

-

3

Totals

17

17

SECOND YEAR

RS 111 - Intro to Radiologic Sciences

1

-

Comm 110 - Fundamentals of Public Speaking

3

-

Phys 211, 211L - College Physics I, Lab I

3, 1

-

Phys 212, 212L - College Physics II, Lab II

-

3, 1

Micr 202, 202L - Intro. Microbiology, Lab

2, 1

-

Stat 330 - Introductory Statistics

-

3

Psyc 111 - Intro to Psychology

3

-

General Education Electives

-

6

Phrm 300 - Principles of Clinical Pharmacology

3

-

  or Phrm 170 - Common Medicine and Diseases

-

2

Phrm 125 - Medical Terminology for Health Professionals

-

1

Special Elective

-

3

Totals

17

17

THIRD YEAR

Fall

Spring

Summer

RS 496 - Field Experience/Internship
Credits earned from an accredited,
affiliated Radiography Program

12

12

6

Special Elective

-

3

-

Engl 325 - Writing in the Health Professions

-

-

3

Totals

15

15

9

FOURTH YEAR

RS 496 - Field Experience/Internship
Credits earned from an accredited,
affiliated Radiography Program

12

12

6

Special Electives

3

3

-

Totals

15

15

6

Special Electives

Twelve credits of special elective courses are required within the RS curriculum.  Special electives are 300-400 level courses that 1) further a student's professional development by expanding upon subject matter included in the professional curriculum, and/or 2) address subject matter not included in the professional curriculum but relevant to the health care profession.  Pre-approved special elective courses are found on the RS Student Curriculum Guide.  For assistance in choosing special electives related to your interest that fulfill required communication, sociology, and other categories, please consult with your advisor.  Other special elective course options may be possible, but should be made in consulation with your advisor. 

 

 

 

 


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