Missouri Baptist University 2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Nov 13, 2019  
Missouri Baptist University 2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Radiologic Technology


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CIP Code: 51.0911

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

Missouri Baptist University and Mercy Hospital St. Louis School of Radiologic Technology offer an articulated Associate of Applied Science degree in Radiologic Technology. Students accepted into the Mercy Hospital St. Louis School of Radiologic Technology will complete their general education curriculum at Missouri Baptist University. Upon completion of the program curriulum at Mercy Hospital St. Louis, credits will be transferred from the School of Radiologic Technology to Missouri Baptist University to complete the Associate of Applied Science degree requirements.

Students must complete a minimum of 22 of the required 64 hours in residence at Missouri Baptist University in order to earn the A.A.S. degree. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.000 is required for graduation.

Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology

General Education Courses: 24 hours
Content Area Course Number & Title
Written Communication ENGL 113 English Composition I  
Oral Communication COMM 103 Speech Communications  
Religion CBIB 113 Old Testament History  OR CBIB 123 New Testament History  
Philosophy CPHI 203 Introduction to Logic  OR CPHI 213 Introduction to Philosophy  OR BIOT 323 Bioethics  
Mathematics MATH 123 Contemporary College Mathematics  (or higher)
Psychology PSYC 133 General Psychology  
Sociology SOCO 113 Introduction to Sociology  OR SOHI 213 Worldview and Social Issues  
Wellness KHSC 333 Health and Wellness  

Transfer credit from Mercy Hospital St. Louis School of Radiologic Technology: 42-hour block radiologic technology concentration.

Students must complete a minimum of 22 of the required 64 hours in residence at Missouri Baptist University. Students who transfer in any of the above courses will still be required to complete the 22 hours in residence. It is recommended that the students consult with their academic advisor to select elective courses that may be applicable to a program of study that will complement the A.A.S. in Radiologic Technology (i.e. Healthcare Management, Health Sciences).

Students must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0

Mercy Hospital St. Louis School of Radiologic Technology Curriculum: 64 hours (42-hour block transferred for A.A.S.)

Mercy Hospital St. Louis Course Hours Block
Medical Terminology 1  
Patient Care Management 1  
Anatomy & Physiology 1  
Radiation Protection 2  
Radiographic Procedures - Skeletal/Visceral 2 X
Introduction to Radiologic Technology 1 X
Anatomy & Physiology 1  
Medical Terminology 1  
Patient Care & Management 1  
Radiation Biology 2 X
Principles of Exposure 1 X
Radiographic Procedures - Skeletal/Visceral 2 X
Anatomy & Physiology 1  
Pharmacology 1  
Radiation Physics 2 X
Principles of Exposure 1 X
Radiographic Procedures – Skeletal  1 X
Special Procedures  1  
Radiographic Film Evaluation 1 X
Anatomy & Physiology  1  
Radiation Physics 2 X
Principles of Exposure 1 X
Radiographic Pathology 1 X
Special Procedures 1  
Radiographic Procedures – Skull  1 X
Digital Technologies  1 X
Quality Assurance/Departmental Administration 1  
Ethics 1  
Clinical Education I 6 X
Clinical Education II 6 X
Clinical Education III 6 X
Clinical Education IV 6 X
Clinical Education V 6  

A grade of C or higher is required in order to transfer credit to Missouri Baptist University.

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