To support the University, Dr. Ezekiel R. Dumke College of Health Professions,= and Department of Radiologic Sciences, the mission of the Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences program is to extend the professional knowledge, skills and attitudes of imaging professionals, including those in medical facilities, research labs, industry and higher education. The program is designed to advance the theoretical and practical applications of imaging of the cardiovascular system.
Simply stated, we provide the best: the best education for our students, the best support for our faculty, the best resources for our healthcare providers and the best partnership with our community.
In support of Weber State University's five core values, the MSRS program has established the following goals:
- Learning through personalized experiences and shared inquiry, the MSRS program will:
a. provide learning opportunities for students through a variety of instructional methods and multiple settings;
b. identify essential knowledge and skills for imaging graduate students; and
c. engage students through a variety of strategies to ensure growth in knowledge, learning processes and research skills.
- Engaged in the community, the MSRS program will:
a. provide appropriate technologes in order for graduate students to access, gather, organize and present information related to clinical, educational and professional research.
- Providing access and opportunity for all, the MSRS program will:
a. assist and support graduate students in professional development and research; and
b. provide student orientation to community/campus support services.
- Respect for people and ideas, the MSRS program will:
a. promote the recruitment and support of students from diverse backgrounds;
b. promote the recruitment and support of faculty from diverse backgrounds; and
c. promote appropriate professional behavior, ethics, diversity and respect for self and others.
- Nurturing the potential within every individual, the MSRS program will:
a. assist and encourage faculty and graduate students to develop collaborative relationships with other professionals;
b. support and assist with scholarship and grant writing;
c. provide appropriate, accurate and timely advisement for students within the program; and
d. provide funding for faculty, staff and graduate students in professional growth and scholarship-related activities.