MRI/CT

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 28 credit hours in didactic courses and 9 credit hours in clinical education. The support courses or equivalent must be completed to obtain a degree.

Fall Semester - First Year
RADT 3123 Sectional Anatomy (3)
RADT 3143 Imaging Pathophysiology (3)
RADT 3563 Managing Clinical Information (3)
RADT 3863 Clinical Internship (3)
RADT 4603 MRI Physics and Instrumentation (3)
RADT 4663 CT Physics and Instrumentation (3)

 
Spring Semester - First Year
RADT 3253 Patient Care and Assessment III (3)
RADT 3403 Radiobiology and Health Physics (3)
RADT 3863 Clinical Internship (3)
RADT 4613 CT Imaging of the Torso and Limbs (3)
RADT 4623 Advanced MRI Procedures and Safety (3)
RADT 4643 MRI Imaging of the Torso and Limbs (3)
 
Summer
Semester - First Year
RADT 4303 Cardiology (3)
RADT 4633 MRI Imaging of the Central Nervous System (3)
RADT 4653 CT Imaging of the Central Nervous System (3)
RADT 4863 Clinical Internship (3)
RADT 4911 Comprehensive Review/CT or RADT 4912 Comprehensive Review/MRI (2)
RADT 4933 Research Methods (3)
 
Fall Semester
- Second Year
RADT DV3003 Psycho-Social Medicine (3)
RADT 3043 Medical Ethics and Law (3)
RADT 4203 Patient Education in Radiology (3)
RADT 4863 Clinical Internship (3)
RADT 4911 Comprehensive Review/CT or RADT 4912 Comprehensive Review/MRI (2)
RADT SI4943 Baccalaureate Thesis (3)
 

Curriculum and program requirements are subject to change without notification. For more information please contact the Department Secretary, Alicia Ambrose, 801.626.6329