Allied Health Requirements 4 cr Business Requirement 3 cr General Education Requirements 8 cr Math and Science Requirements 22-24 cr Professional Requirements 50 cr TOTAL: 87-89 crAllied Health Requirements
HCA 110 Introduction to Allied Health Professions 2 cr HCA 210 Medical Terminology and Communication 2 crBusiness Requirement
CIS 120 Introduction to Computer Systems 3 crGeneral Education Requirements
ENGL 101 English Composition 3 cr SPCH 101 Principles of Speech 2 cr Goal 12 3 crMath and Science Requirements
BIOS 101 General Zoology 3 cr OR BIOS 100 Introduction to Biology 1 cr BIOS g301 Anatomy and Physiology 4 cr BIOS g302 Anatomy and Physiology 4 cr BIOS 307 Radiobiology 3 cr BIOS g470 Cross-Sectional Anatomy 1 cr MATH 111 Algebra 4 cr PHYS 110 Essentials of Physics 4 cr PHYS 321 Radiologic Physics 2 crProfessional Requirements
Same as for B. S. degree 50 cr(except R S 410 Educational Methodology for the Health Professional, 2 cr.; and RS 420 Radiologic Facility Organization, 1 cr., not required)
Admission to the Radiographic Science Program is competitive. Students will be evaluated using grades in pre-professional/prerequisite courses, and overall grade point average. A minimum grade point average of 2.25 is required.
Procedures for admission to the radiographic science program include:
A grade of "C" or better is required in all radiographic science, biology, physics, math, business, chemistry, and health care administration courses in the curriculum.
A student who fails to achieve a minimum of a "C" grade in a course designated Radiographic Science (RS) will be dismissed from the program and prohibited from taking any further courses with the RS designation until the course(s) in question has/have been completed with (a) minimum grade(s) of "C."
The student is required to reapply to the program, in writing, at least one (1) month prior to the first day of classes of the semester in which readmission is sought.
Additional details regarding readmission can be found on pages 1 and 71 of the 1990 Radiographic Science Student Handbook.
ISU Radiographic Science Program Policy for Transfer of Credit from Hospital-Based and Vocational-Technical Radiography Programs The Idaho State University Radiographic Science Program will award up to 44 credits in radiography for programs completed at accredited hospital-based and/or accredited vocational-technical schools. To be eligible to receive credit, the student must:
b. certified list of courses and descriptions of curriculum from accredited hospital-based and/or accredited vocational technical programs.
c. copies of all college transcripts.
d. certification of completion of continuing education courses.