B.S. in Radiologic Sciences (2+2)
The B.S in radiologic sciences (a 2+2 program with the University of Mississippi Medical Center) prepares students for a dynamic profession that is ever changing in terms of technology and professional expertise. Radiologic science is a specialized field in which professional specialists perform medical imaging procedures for the purpose of diagnosing disease and injury. The radiologic scientist is responsible for performing a variety of challenging and interesting examinations on a diverse patient population including diagnostic radiography, bone densitometry, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), mammography, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy, and sonography.
Minimum Total Credit Hours: 124
The curriculum for the B.S. in radiologic sciences is a two-phase program consisting of a two-year, 60-hour academic program in the College of Liberal Arts with a 2.5 GPA. The second phase is a two-year program at the University of Mississippi Medical Center or other such institution.
Students must meet minimum criteria to apply to UMMC by February 15 of the year they desire entry, and admission is competitive. For further UMMC admissions information, see the UMMC catalog.
Courses to be completed, which are specific to the UMMC program only, are as follows:
|Writ 101 and 102 (or Liba 102)||6|
|Bisc 206, 207 Anatomy and Physiology||8|
|Math 121 College Algebra or higher||3|
|Humanities & Fine Arts||9|
|Spch 102 or Spch 105||3|
|Csci 191 Office Applications or Csci 192||3|