Diagnostic Imaging Curriculum
Diagnostic Imaging is a specialty devoted to the study of routine and advanced radiographic imaging procedures. The curriculum includes emerging advanced technologies in Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging. The program prepares student for various careers in hospitals, clinics, education, and management by offering the four degrees described below.
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Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Imaging
Students entering the three-year track at the sophomore level take 47 semester credit hours (SCH) towards their degree during their first two years. After the sophomore and junior years, the students are eligible to select a one-year track specialization for their senior year (36 or 42 SCH).
Students entering a one-year track at the senior level take 41 or 47 SCH towards their degree, depending on their track.
The semester-by-semester schedules include all courses needed to graduate, but the sequences are subject to change.