Pre-Radiologic Technology

Program Description

The Pre-Radiologic Technology program at BSC provides the first two years of core classes toward a baccalaureate degree for students planning a career in radiologic technology. Students study human biology, anatomy and physiology, introductory chemistry and microbiology, college physics, and algebra and trigonometry. Other courses include introductory computer and psychology classes and general education classes required for graduation.

Preparation

High school students planning careers in radiologic technology should study the sciences and mathematics.

Program Requirements

Those completing the suggested curriculum requirements receive an Associate in Science degree.

In North Dakota, bachelor’s degree programs in radiologic technology are available at University of Jamestown, Minot State University, North Dakota State University, and University of Mary. Those transferring to other institutions should consult the catalog of the transfer school and modify BSC’s suggested curriculum where necessary.

Contact your BSC advisor for assistance with transfer planning.

Career Opportunities

A Bachelor of Science in radiologic technology may be earned by first completing the science, math, business and general education requirements of the college or university and then entering a clinical program at a school of radiologic technology. After completion of the clinical program, the graduate can become certified by passing the Radiologic Radiographers Registry Examination.

Most radiographers or radiologic technologists work in hospitals, physician offices and clinics including diagnostic imaging centers.

 

Contact

Jacklyne Carlson • NECE 340
701-224-5423

Jacklyne.Carlson@bismarckstate.edu

Associate in Science

College Degree Requirements

Note: Courses listed on degree plan are suggested. Students should consult with their advisor concerning their unique transfer decisions.

Total Degree Credits61
Arts & Humanities
General Education Matrix (Arts & Humanities)3
General Education Matrix (Arts & Humanities)3
Communications I
ENGL 110College Composition I3
Communications II
Select one of the following:3
College Composition II
Introduction to Professional Writing
Communications III
COMM 110Fundamentals of Public Speaking3
Electives
BIOL 220Anatomy and Physiology I 13
BIOL 220LAnatomy and Physiology I Lab 11
BIOL 221Anatomy and Physiology II 13
BIOL 221LAnatomy and Physiology II Lab 11
CSCI 101Introduction to Computers3
MICR 202Introductory Microbiology3
MICR 202LIntroductory Microbiology Lab1
PHYS 211College Physics I (Fall only)3
PHYS 211LCollege Physics I Lab (Fall only)1
PHYS 212College Physics II (Spring only)3
PHYS 212LCollege Physics II Lab (Spring only)1
Enrichment
Enrichment Course Matrix2
Math, Science & Technology
BIOL 115Human Structure & Function 23
BIOL 115LHuman Structure & Function Lab 21
CHEM 115Introductory Chemistry4
CHEM 115LIntroductory Chemistry Lab1
MATH 103College Algebra4
MATH 105Trigonometry2
Social & Behavioral Sciences
PSYC 111Introduction to Psychology3
General Education Matrix (Social & Behavioral Sciences Course)3
Total Credit61

Any student considering completion of the 4-year program at the University of Mary MUST talk with an advisor before registering for the spring freshman courses.

It is essential that students check the catalog of the transfer university of their choice and bring this information to their advisor so the curriculum can be modified according to the specific requirements of the degree granting institution. The suggested curriculum will help prepare students for acceptance to their transfer university of choice.