Radiologic Sciences B.S.R.S. (Special Options Program)

Degree Requirements: 130 Credit Hours

The Radiologic Sciences B.S.R.S. Special Options program is designed for technologists who are registered or registry-eligible in one area (Radiography, Nuclear Medicine, or Radiation Therapy) and complete their degree and become certified in an additional area. This is a competitive program. Upon completion of the Special Options program the student will be awarded a Baccalaureate degree and will be registry-eligible in one of the following additional areas: Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, Radiography, or Sonography.

Credit Hours
General Requirements (Core Areas A - E)42
Additional Requirements4
Area F - Courses Appropriate to Major18
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Human Anatomy and Physiology II
Intro to Diag and Therap Scien
Intro to Diag & Therap Sci Lab
Guided Electives: 1
Select three credit hours from the following:
Public Speaking
or a lower-level class (1000 or 2000 level) in MATH, CSCI, ITEC, BIOL, CHEM, PHYS, PHSC, ASTR or GEOL
Select one of the following:
Physical Science
and Physical Science Laboratory
Introductory Physics I
Major Requirements66
Choose one of the following areas:
Radiation Therapy
Patient Care and Assessment
Patient Care & Assessment Lab
Research Methodologies
Management and Leadership
Intro Research in Health Prof
Radiologic Sciences I
Radiologic Sciences II
Principles of Image Formation and Evaluation
Advanced Imaging Modalities
Radiation Therapy I
Radiation Therapy II
Radiation Therapy III
Introduction to Radiation Therapy Clinical Education
Radiation Therapy Clinical Education I
Radiation Therapy Clinical Education II
Radiation Therapy Clinical Education III
Radiation Therapy Synthesis
Nuclear Medicine
Patient Care and Assessment
Patient Care & Assessment Lab
Research Methodologies
Management and Leadership
Intro Research in Health Prof
Nuclear Medicine I
Nuclear Medicine II
Nuclear Medicine III
Introduction to Nuclear Medicine Clinical Education
Nuclear Medicine Clinical Education I
Nuclear Medicine Clinical Education II
Nuclear Medicine Clinical Education III
Nuclear Medicine Synthesis
Radiologic Sciences I
Radiologic Sciences II
Principles of Image Formation and Evaluation
Advanced Imaging Modalities
Sonography
Patient Care and Assessment
Patient Care & Assessment Lab
Research Methodologies
Management and Leadership
Intro Research in Health Prof
Radiologic Sciences I
Radiologic Sciences II
Principles of Image Formation and Evaluation
Advanced Imaging Modalities
Sonographic Principles, Theory, and Physics I
Sonographic Principles, Theory, and Physics II
Sonographic Principles, Theory, and Physics III
Introduction to Sonography Clinical Education
Sonography Clinical Education I
Sonography Clinical Education II
Sonography Clinical Education III
Sonography Synthesis
Total Credit Hours130

Advisement

Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences Dept #4901
Armstrong Campus
Phone: 912-344-2802/912-344-2942
Fax: 912-344-3442