College of Health and Human Services

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Radiological Sciences
Bachelor of Science - Radiological Sciences
Clinical/Health Management Concentration for Radiographers


Prior to entering the program, students must complete the following minimum prerequisites (for a total of 95 cr.). Prerequisites may be taken at any accredited college or university. The code (G) indicates a course that meets the school's general-education requirements.

  • Oral communication (G) (3 cr.) S121
  • Written communication (G) (6 cr.) (W131 and second intensive writing course)
  • Arts and Humanities electives (G) (3 cr.)
  • Cultural and Historical Studies electives (G) (3 cr.)
  • Introductory psychology (G) (3 cr.)
  • An additional Arts and Humanities or Cultural and Historical studies electives (3 cr.)
  • Social/Behavioral science elective (G) (3 cr.)
  • Computer science elective (3 cr.)
  • College-level mathematics (G) (3-5 cr.)
  • Statistics course (G) (3 cr.)
  • Human anatomy and physiology with lab (G)(8 cr.)
  • Professional radiography course work/elective (40-48 cr.)

Special Credit/Transfer Policy

Students seeking to transfer credit or receive special credit for radiography course work taken in a non-credit- awarding radiography program that has been accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) ( should contact the program director for additional information and counseling.

Professional Program

The professional program consists of 30 credit hours of 400-level courses.

Courses in the professional senior year are sequential. Therefore, the following courses must be taken in the order specified by the program faculty.

  • Fall Semester
  • AHLT R404 Sectional Imaging Anatomy (3 cr.)
  • AHLT R405 Advanced Diagnostic Imaging I (3 cr.)
  • AHLT R408 Topics in Radiologic Sciences (3 cr.)
  • Concentration Course Work (6 cr.)
  • Spring Semester
  •  AHLT R406 Advanced Diagnostic Imaging II (3 cr.)
  •  AHLT R414 Sectional Imaging Pathology (3 cr.)
  •  AHLT R409 Senior Project in Medical Imaging Technology (3 cr.) 
  •  Concentration Course Work (6 cr.)

Total (30 cr.)

Graduation Requirements

The AS Radiography Program has been approved as a 77 credit hour AS degree by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education.  As a result, the BS Radiologic Sciences Clinical Concentration for Radiographers requires a minimum of 125 hours.

Satisfactory completion of 125 credit hours to include 95 credit hours of prerequisite and general-education courses and 30 credit hours of professional courses.  All professional courses must be completed with a C (2.0) or higher.  All course work must be completed in compliance with the program's and school's academic and professional policies.

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