FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES RADIOGRAPHY PROGRAM- Associates in Applied Science
Prerequisites:
 
BIOL 109    Basic Human Anatomy & Physiology
4
MATH 115 or ACT score of 24 or higher
 
ENGL 150
3
Medical Terminology Competency            
 
*MRIS 102 or 103 recommended
 


First Year                                                   SECOND YEAR 
Fall Semester
Grade
Fall Semester
Grade
 
CCHS 101 Orient. to Health Care
3
RADI 202 Rad. Pathology
1
RADI 104 Radiographic Procedures 1
2
RADI 203 Advance Concepts in Rad. 1
1
RADI 105 Radiographic Procedures 1 Lab
1
RADI 211 Pharmacology for Rads.
1
RADI 121 Rad. Physics and Image Prod.
3
RADI 291 Clinical Practicum 1
9
RADI 141 Principles of Rad. Imaging
2
 
12
RADI 142 Principles of Rad. Imaging 1 Lab
1
 
 
Social Awareness Elective
3
 
 
*Soc 121 or Psyc 150 recommended
15
 
 
 
 
 
 
Spring Semester
 
 
Spring Semester
 
CCHS 102 Safety Issues in Health Care
1
RADI 204 Principles of Comp. Tom.                               
2
ENGL 250 English 2
3
RADI 213 Advance Concepts in Rad. 2
1
RADI 106  Radiographic Procedures 2
2
RADI 292 Clinical Practicum 2
9
RADI 107  Radiographic Procedures 2 Lab
1
 
12
RADI 122  Rad. Protection and Biology
3
 
 
RADI 143  Principles of Rad. Imaging 2
2
 
 
RADI 144  Principles of Rad. Imaging 2 Lab
1
 
 
Cultural Enrichment Elective 
*PHIL 220 or 320 recommended                                 
 
3
 
 
 
16
 
 
 
 
 
 
Summer Semester
 
 
Summer Semester
 
RADI 108     Rad. Imaging Procedures
2
RADI 212 Radiology Management
1
RADI 109     Rad. Imaging Procedures Lab   
1
RADI 223 Advance Concepts in Rad. 3
1
RADI 170     Rad. QA and Processing
1
RADI 293 Clinical Practicum 3
6
RADI 171     Image Processing Lab
1
RADI 299 Radiography Review
1
RADI 172     Digital Imaging   
1
 
9
COMM 105  Interpersonal Com.
or COMM 121 Fund. of Public Speaking
 
 
 
or COMM 221 Small Group Dec. Making                   
3
 CAHS Computer Competency                 
 
 
9
 
 
 
 
 
80 semester hours required for graduation
See attached Progression Policy for Program Requirements for graduation
Current as of 02/13/08