Radiologic Sciences

Sample Program Guide

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: This guide is not an official curriculum. This guide is a sample four-year degree plan of how students might plan this major with other degree requirements to complete their education in four years.Student plans will vary from this sample due to a variety of factors, such as, but not limited to, start year, education goals, transfer credit, and course availability. To ensure proper degree completion, enrolled students should utilize Degree Map and Schedule Planner in Campus Connection and consult regularly with academic advisors to ensure graduation requirements are being met.  

First Year
CHEM 1173BIOC 2604 
CHEM 117L1ASCI 1251 
ASCI 1903STAT 3303 
CSCI 1143MICR 2022 
ENGL 110*3MICR 202L1 
MATH 1053PSYC 1113 
Wellness (W)2ENGL 120*3 
 18 17
Second Year
BIOL 2203BIOL 2213 
BIOL 220L1BIOL 221L1 
Humanities & Fine Arts (A)3Humanities & Fine Arts (A)/Cultural Diversity (D)3 
PHYS 2113PHRM 1702 
PHYS 211L1PHYS 2123 
RS 2001PHYS 212L1 
Social & Behavioral Sciences (B)/Global Perspectives (G)3Special Elective (dept. approved)3 
COMM 1103  
 18 16
Third Year
RS 496**12-13RS 496**12-14RS 496**6-11
  Upper Division Writing (300-400 level)3
 12-13 12-14 9-14
Fourth Year
RS 496**12RS 496**12RS 496**1-6
 12 12 1-6
Total Credits: 127-140

All students are required to successfully earn credit for Engl 110 and Engl 120.  Enrollment is based on English Placement.  Upon completion of Engl 120 with a "C" grade or higher, students will be awarded placement credit (4) for Engl 110. 


RS 496 classroom, lab, and clinical education (internship) takes place within an affiliated hospital.  The internship is full-time for 21-24 months, including summer.  RS 496 courses and credits vary by radiography, echocardiography, or diagnostic medical sonography specialization.