Radiologic Sciences

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

CourseCreditsDescription
Radiography Certification, Course Work and Work Experience Credits69
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.
ENG104 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 3Students with ARRT certification are required to take one of the following:
ENG210 British Literature
ENG211 American Literature
ENG212 World Literature
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.
Math Elective3 Students with ARRT certification are required to take three Math credits.
INT201 Conflict, Cooperation and Community3This course provides students with frameworks to engage in healthy conflict resolution, as well as the tools to promote interpersonal cooperation. Students will engage in cross- cultural community building, research various strategies for the promotion of cooperation and present findings to their peers. Additionally, the course will require students to demonstrate what they have learned in class in a variety of out-of-classroom experiences.
Fine Arts Elective 3Students with ARRT certification are required to take three Fine Arts credits.
History Elective3 Students with ARRT certification are required to take one of the following:
HIS101World Civilization I
HIS102 World Civilization II
HIS103 US History I HIS104 US History II
REL206 Faith Traditions3This course provides students with the foundational concepts and beliefs of the major faith traditions with an emphasis on how these beliefs can be accommodated in the workplace and classroom. Students will read primary belief texts, write papers on ways these beliefs are embodied and perform in-class presentations.
PHI301 Ethics for the Professional3An examination of the most general goals, ideals, rules, and principles governing the individual and professional within the conceptual framework of responsibility to the client, the profession, and society. Students will be introduced to the subject matter of ethics and a variety of ethical theories. Special emphasis will be placed on the role of the professional, professional/client relationships, and issues such as confidentiality, informed consent, and deception. The course will utilize case studies from a broad variety of professions. Junior standing required.
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.
PSY424 Health Psychology3This course will examine the interrelationships between physical health and psychological factors. Research regarding the influence of biological contributions and life experiences in health maintenance and the onset of medical illness and psychological disorders will be covered. Roles and relationships of various medical and allied health providers as well as various diagnostic and treatment techniques will be discussed. Opportunities for field research will be provided. Junior standing.

General Electives

General Electives15Students with ARRT certification are required to take 15 general elective credits.
Total CSJ Credits 51