Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging & Therapeutic Sciences
Length of Program
The program is 21 months in length, starting in August, and ending in May. The didactic component is composed of approximately 94 semester hours and complies with the American Society of Radiologic Technologists curriculum.
The Radiography Program consists of lectures, demonstrations, laboratory, and supervised clinical experiences. All didactic courses in the Radiography Program are taught online or have online components. Students gain clinical experience by rotating through one or more of the following facilities, depending on their placement on the Omaha or Kearney campus or the Columbus, North Platte, Norfolk locations:
- Children’s Hospital & Medical Center
- CHI Health Good Samaritan Hospital
- CHI Health Good Samaritan Medical Group
- CHI Health Saint Francis Medical Center
- Columbus Community Hospital
- Faith Regional Health Services
- Family Practice of Grand Island
- Family Medical Specialties
- Grand Island Regional Medical Center
- Great Plains Health
- Kearney Regional Medical Center
- Nebraska Medicine
- New West Sports Medicine
- Phelps Memorial Health Center
- Think Whole Person Healthcare
- Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center
The amount of time dedicated to the clinical environment depends upon the student's year in the program and semester of enrollment. Part of the clinical experience will involve evening/weekend rotation requirements.
All students, male and female, will be offered the opportunity to participate in mammography rotations. The program will make every effort to place a male student in this rotation if requested; however, the program is not in the position to override clinical setting policies that may prohibit this. The program will not deny female students the opportunity to participate in mammography rotations if clinical settings are not available to provide the same opportunity to male students. The JRCERT position statement is available on the JRCERT Web site at www.jrcert.org.
List of technical standards required by the radiography profession.
Students must successfully complete each course within the radiography curriculum in order to be considered for the Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Imaging & Therapeutic Sciences. A minimum total of 120 semester credit hours are required for the Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Imaging & Therapeutic Sciences (minimum of 26 semester credit hours of specific prerequisite coursework and approximately 94 semester credit hours in the Radiography Program).
All required didactic and clinical courses must be completed with a minimum letter grade of C- or better to meet requirements for graduation from the program.
The mission of admissions in the College of Allied Health Professions is to advance evidence-based recruitment and admissions practices that are inclusive, equitable and balanced with respect to experiences, attributes and metrics to recruit and admit applicants for the purpose of preparing highly competent, collaborative and compassionate professionals dedicated to improving the health and healthcare of all individuals and communities.
For specific Radiography admissions, application, and timelines, visit: Radiography Admissions.
|CAHP 310||MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY||2|
|CAHP 462||HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I||4|
|MITS 312R||RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY I||3|
|MITS 315R||APPLIED RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY I||5|
|MITS 390R||DIGITAL IMAGING PRINCIPLES||4|
|NRSG 250||PRIN CARE HOSPITALIZED||1|
|CAHP 426||HEALTH CARE ETHICS AND CRITICAL THINKING||3|
|CAHP 463||HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II||4|
|MITS 308R||INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL IMAGING AND THERAPEUTIC SCIENCES||2|
|MITS 313R||RADIOGRAPHIC TECH II||4|
|MITS 316R||APPLIED RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY II||5|
|MITS 402R||INTRODUCTION TO RADIATION PHYSICS||3|
|MITS 323R||APPLIED RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY III||7|
|CAHP 415||COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE IN HEALTHCARE||3|
|MITS 461R||CT PHYSICS (online)||1|
|MITS 413R||RADIOLOGIC CONTRAST AGENTS||2|
|MITS 460R||CT PROTOCOLS AND CROSS SECTIONAL ANATOMY||2|
|CAHP 420||FOUNDATIONS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN HEALTHCARE||2|
|CAHP 430||SCANNING HEALTH CARE ENVIRONMENT||3|
|MITS 305R||SPECIAL PROJECTS I (online)||1|
|MITS 350R||RADIOGRAPHIC PATHOLOGY (online)||2|
|MITS 404R||APPLIED RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY IV||6|
|MITS 414R||RADIATION HEALTH PHYSICS||1|
|NRSG 311||PATHOPHYSIOLOGIC ALTERATIONS IN HEALTH I||2|
|NRSG 317||PHARMACOLOGY FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS I||2|
|CAHP 423||PRINCIPLES OF CRITICAL INQUIRY||2|
|CAHP 431||MANAGEMENT IN HEALTH CARE||3|
|MITS 306R||SPECIAL PROJECTS II (online)||1|
|MITS 355R||RADIOGRAPHIC PATHOLOGY II (online)||2|
|MITS 407R||RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGING SEMINARS (online)||2|
|MITS 408R||APPLIED RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY V||6|
|NRSG 331||PATHOPHYSIOLOGIC ALTERATIONS IN HEALTH II||2|
|NRSG 332||PHARMACOLOGY FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS II||2|
|Total Credit Hours||94|