Undergraduate Programs

Medical Imaging Technology

Before entering the program, students must complete the following minimum prerequisites. Students should consult with their academic advisors for appropriate courses and semester sequence in order to complete prerequisites. Equivalent prerequisites may be taken at any accredited college or university. The code “G” indicates a course that meets the school’s general-education requirements.

NOTE: Students entering in summer 2013 or after must complete requirements by the end of the prior spring term.

General Education Areas
Verbal communication (G) 3 cr.
Written communication (G) 3 cr.
Introductory psychology (G) 3 cr.
College algebra, trigonometry, or calculus (G) 3 cr.
Biological and Physical Sciences (The following courses must be included): 12 cr.
-General Physics
-Human Anatomy or Human Biology I (with lab)
-Human Anatomy or Human Biology II (with lab)
Humanities elective (G)+ 3 cr.
Social/behavioral science elective (G)+ 3 cr.
+Courses are required for graduation and can be completed
during the professional program (if necessary).  Students can also request to substitute a second humanities course for the social-behavioral science elective.

This area is complete for applicants who have earned 40 college credit hours in radiography.

Students who received their radiography education without transferable university credit and who have full credentials in radiography (ARRT) may be awarded credit for their credentials and experience and/or may petition to test out of professional radiography courses. A copy of the Special Credit Policy is available upon request. Each applicant will be evaluated individually.

Students must select additional courses in radiography or in areas that support, complement, or extend their radiography background if they lack 40 semester hours of earned college credit in radiography.

Suggested Elective  (If necessary) A total of 70.0 credit hours are needed before entering the Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Technology Program.  It is unlikely that a student applying to this program will need any elective credits. Courses from a university based radiography program and special credit awarded by credential/experience will be used to meet the minimum hour’s requirement.

Last Updated: August 14, 2012