Barclay teaches at CSJ

For students who have a current certification with The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and at least 5 years of work experience in the field, two degree options are available. Students apply for admission into the bachelor degree program in Radiography or a bachelor degree program in Radiography Management.

Students must transfer 69 credits from a completed radiography program into CSJ and must provide proof of current ARRT certification and work experience prior to admission into any of the degree options listed below.

Bachelor of Science in Radiography Management

Radiography Certification and Work Experience
Radiography Program Credits
ENG103 College Composition I: Engaged Citizens3The course examines what it means to be an engaged citizen in 21-centry America. By exploring foundation documents such as the Declaration of Independence and early Greek democracies, along with modern interpretations of participatory citizenship, this class asks students to question what makes a person an engaged citizen. Students will write frequently in the course, culminating in a research paper. Students will also give multiple in-class presentations and work collaboratively.
ENG14 College Composition II: Engaged Citizens3This course uses poetry, drama and short fiction to explore what it means to be an engaged 21st century citizen. Students will read a variety of texts from early Greek drama to modern multicultural short stories as they examine what it means to participate in citizenship. Students will write frequently, culminating in a research paper. Students will also present and work collaboratively on projects.
English Elective 3The Bachelor of Science in Radiography Management requires students to take one of the following:
ENG210 British Literature
ENG211 American Literature
ENG212 World Literature
Math Elective3The Bachelor of Science in Radiography Management requires students to take three math elective credits.
MAT202 Statistics3 Applies statistical procedure to different areas of life. Course examines descriptive statistics, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, binomial and normal distributions, regression and correlation. Sophomore standing.
Fine Arts Elective 3The Bachelor of Science in Radiography Management requires students to take three Fine Arts credits.
History Elective6The Bachelor of Science in Radiography Management requires students to take one of the following:
HIS101World Civilization I
HIS102 World Civilization II
HIS103 US History I HIS104 US History II
PSY102 Intro to Psychology3This course provides an overview of the major areas of psychological study including biology and behavior, sensation and perception, learning, memory, intelligence, language, motivation, emotion, abnormal psychology, and therapy. Historical and current theoretical approaches to understanding human behavior will be reviewed and the student will be introduced to scientific methods of inquiry in psychology. This is a basic course intended for both psychology majors and others interested in the field of psychology.
PHI301 Ethics for the Professional3Major ethical theories are reviewed. Students examine personal values through readings and workplace analysis to formulate management accountability, human rights and a responsible life-style in the contemporary world.
BUS203 Business Communications3Investigates the role of effective communication in the continuously changing organizational environment. Topics include communicating in the workplace, small groups and teams, listening and non-verbal communication, email messages, report writing, memoranda, letters, résumé preparation, job interviews, and formal presentations. Prerequisite ENG101; knowledge of PowerPoint is recommended.
BUS303 Business Law3Investigates the essential elements of business law and the legal environment. Topics include introduction to civil and criminal law, business ethics, the judicial system, torts, negligence, strict liability, contracts, Uniform Commercial Code, negotiable instruments, agency, business associations, intellectual property, employment law, consumer and environmental law, property, and legal case analysis. Junior standing.
BUS205 Principles of Management 3Introduces basic management principles used in the organizational environment. The four management functions studied are planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Other topics include the evolution of management theory, ethics, social responsibility, diversity, organizational structure, human resource management, motivation, leadership, groups and teams, communication, organizational conflict and change, operations management, information systems and technology, innovation, product development, and entrepreneurship.
BUS216 Human Resources Management3Presents the personnel responsibilities of both the line managers and the human resource department. Covers the specific subjects of equal employment laws and regulations, recruiting, selecting, training, and evaluating employees. Also, salaries, incentives, and empowerment are covered. Prerequisite: BUS205.
BUS307 Organizational Behavior3Examines individuals, groups, and intergroup relations that occur within an organizational environment. Topics include leadership, motivation, and conflict resolution. Junior standing.
BUS309 Marketing3Examines the foundations of marketing principles with application of marketing concepts of the present and future. Emphasis is placed on problem solving, critical thinking skills, ethics, and competition while studying the topics of market analysis, target marketing, product pricing, strategic promotion, and distribution. Sophomore standing.
BUS409 Organizational Design3Explores the theories of complex organizations and their application to designing and implementing a structural configuration for an organization. Topics include Organizational Structure, Organizational Development (OD), and the role of a change agent. Prerequisite: BUS216 and BUS307.
BUS440 Business Policy3A capstone course for Business majors utilizes a case study approach to address contemporary issues in overall business management. It provides senior business majors an opportunity to demonstrate and enhance situation analysis and problem resolution skills through the application of knowledge from all spheres of business activity (e.g., management, accounting, marketing, and computers). Senior standing required.
Total CSJ Credits51