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Radiography Curriculum

Effective June 1, 2012


Catalog Number Course Title Credits
Spring Session    
10-526-158 Introduction to Radiography 3
10-526-149 Radiographic Procedures 1 5
10-526-159 Radiographic Imaging 1 3
10-526-168 Radiography Clinical Practice 1 2
  Total 13
Summer Session
10-526-192 Radiographic Clinical Practice 2 3
10-804-107 College Mathematics (Nicolet) 3
  Total 6
Fall Session
10-526-170 Radiographic Imaging 2
10-526-191 Radiographic Procedures 2
10-526-193 Radiographic Clinical Practice 3
10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Communications (Nicolet)
  Total 14
Spring Session
10-526-196 Modalities 3
10-526-199 Radiographic Clinical Practice 4 3
10-526-194 Imaging Equipment Operation 3
10-809-198 Introduction to Psychology (Nicolet)
10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies (Nicolet) 3
  Total 15
Summer Session
10-526-190 Radiographic Clinical Practice 5 2
10-801-195 Written Communications (Nicolet) 3
  Total 5
Fall Session
10-526-189 Radiographic Pathology 1
10-526-197 Radiation Protection and Biology 3
10-526-198 Radiography Clinical Practice 6 2
10-526-174 ARRT Certification Seminar 2
10-526-195 Radiographic Quality Analysis 2
10-809-196 Introduction to Sociology (Nicolet) 3
  Total 13


Radiography Courses

10-801-195-00 Written Communication
Develops writing skills which include prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing. A variety of writing assignments is designed to help the learner analyze audience and purpose, research and organize ideas, and format and design documents based on subject matter and content. Also develops critical reading and thinking skills through the analysis of a variety of written documents. Lecture. 3 credits.

10-801-196-00 Oral Interpersonal Communication
Focuses upon developing speaking, verbal and nonverbal communications, and listening skills through individual presentations, groups activities, and other projects. Lecture. 3 credits.

10-804-107-00 College Mathematics
Designed to review and develop fundamental concepts of mathematics pertinent to the areas of arithmetic and algebra, geometry and trigonometry, probability and statistics. Special emphasis is placed on problem solving, critical thinking and logical reasoning, making connections, and using calculators. Topics include performing arithmetic operations and simplifying algebraic expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities in one variable, solving proportions and incorporating percent applications, manipulating formulas, solving and graphing systems of linear equations and inequalities in two variables, finding areas and volumes of geometric figures, applying similar and congruent triangles, converting measurement within and between U.S. and metric systems, applying the Pythagorean Theorem, solving right and oblique triangles, calculating probabilities, organizing data and interpreting charts, calculating central and spread measures, and summarizing and analyzing data. Recommended: pre-algebra or appropriate placement scores. Lecture/Lab. 3 credits.

10-806-177-00 General Anatomy and Physiology
Examines basic concepts of human anatomy and physiology as they relate to health sciences. Using a body systems approach, the course emphasizes the interrelationships between structure and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization of the entire human body. It is intended to prepare health care professionals who need to apply basic concepts of whole body anatomy and physiology to informed decision-making and professional communication with colleagues and patients. Lecture/Lab. 4 credits.

10-809-172-00 Introduction to Diversity Studies
Introduces learners to the study of diversity from a local to a global environment using a holistic, interdisciplinary approach. Encourages self-exploration and prepares the learner to work in a diverse environment. In addition to an analysis of majority/minority relations in a multicultural context, the primary topics of race, ethnicity, age, gender, class, sexual orientation, disability, and religion are explored. Lecture. 3 credits.