Our baccalaureate degree in Medical Imaging is a non-clinical-based, degree-completion program, designed forcredentialed, practicing, medical imaging professionals. The program is offered fully on-line providing the flexibility needed by practicing professionals to further their education and advance their careers.
Candidates entering the BSMI program must have an appropriate credential in an imaging sciences modality and be registered or pursuing registry.
No more than 61 hours may be completed online or off-site.
Minimum of 124 academic credit hours and a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50 are required for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Medical Imaging.
|42 hours of Core Curriculum Requirements:|
|5 hours||The Spiritual Self (REL, HPE)|
|6 hours||The Social Self (AIS, HIS)|
|3 hours||The Aesthetic Self (AES)|
|7 hours||The Scientific Self (BIO, CHM, GPS, MTH)|
|15 hours||The Cognitive/Critical Thinking (ENG, SPC, LOGIC, CLE)|
|9 hours||Liberal Arts Guided Electives (ART/THE, LIT/JRN, PSC/SOCSCI)|
39 hours of Program Specific Electives
43 hours of BSMI Major to be completed online:
|MDI3113||Principles of Medical Imaging Sciences|
|MDI3213||Digital Imaging Principles|
|MDI3323||Advanced Radiobiology & Radiation Protection|
|MDI3413||Quality Management in Health Care|
|MDI4113||Public Health Services in Contemporary Society|
|MDI4123||Medical Imaging Administration & Supervision|
|MDI4213||Clinical Instruction & Mentoring|
|MDI4223||Medical Imaging Seminar|
|MDI4313||Introduction to Research|
|MDI4323||Special Studies in Medical Imaging|
|MDI4324||Advanced Human Anatomy, Physiology, & Pathophysiology|
9 hours Upper Division Guided Electives
Computer Literacy: demonstrated through completion of appropriate high school or college course or testing out.
Reading Proficiency: demonstrated through appropriate ACT score or completion of developmental Reading courses.
Outcomes Assessment (CAAP Test): required after completing 60 credit hours of general education coursework.