This program is three full semesters in length, which requires the student to attend summer semester.
A competency-based clinical evaluation system is utilized throughout the program. You must achieve a predetermined level of competency in the academic and clinical courses in order to receive grades for the course. A minimum of 24 clock hours per week of clinical education must be completed in a WSU-affiliated health care facility.
To begin this program, you must be an ARRT registered technologist or acceptable equivalent as determined by the Department of Radiologic Sciences. After you apply and are accepted, you must maintain a GPA of at least 2.0 in all of your professional courses in order to receive certification.
To obtain a BS degree, you must complete the WSU general education requirements, a major and a minor emphasis, a quality assurance course and RADTEC 4943 Baccalaureate Thesis or equivalent.
You are required to complete a total of 29 credit hours in didactic courses and clinical education. You must complete the support courses or their equivalent to obtain the degree.
NUCM 4103 Radiopharmaceuticals & Dosages (3)
NUCM 4203 Scanning & Imaging Procedures I (3)
NUCM 4213 Scanning & Imaging Procedures II (3)
NUCM 4223 Nuclear Cardiology (3)
NUCM 4303 Radionuclide Physics & Instrumentation (3)
NUCM SI4333 Quality Assurance (3)
NUCM 4861 Clinical Education (3)
NUCM 4862 Clinical Education (3)
NUCM 4863 Clinical Education (3)
NUCM 4912 Comprehensive Review (2)
RADT 3043 Medical Ethics and Law (3)
RADT 3143 Imaging Pathophysiology (3)
RADT 3243 Patient Care & Assessment II (3)
RADT 3263 Diagnostic Services Pharmacology II (3)
RADT 3403 Radiobiology & Health Physics (3)
RADT 3423 Federal Regulations (3)
RADT 3563 Managing Clinical Information (3)
RADT 4303 Cardiology (3)
NucMed 4991 Seminar (1)
Curriculum and program requirements are subject to change without notification. For more information please contact admissions advisors Lonnie Lujan or Doug Watson or the Department Secretary