Focus your advanced medical imaging degree with computed tomography coursework. Computed tomography modality courses are taken in addition to required advanced medical imaging courses to total the 120 credits needed to earn a bachelor’s degree from Boise State.
Computed Tomography Courses
Review the following table for details on computed tomography modality courses.
|AMI 450 Principles of CT I||2|
|AMI 451 Principles of CT II||2|
|AMI 410 Clinical Experience I (4) is taken once in the CT option|
Required AMI Courses for all Modalities
Review the following table for details on courses required for an advanced medical imaging degree. These courses are required for all modality options.
|BIOL 227 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (FN*)||4|
|BIOL 228 Human Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
|MATH 143 College Algebra or MATH 170 Calculus I or ACT score of 27||0-4|
|HLTH 210 Health Services Administration||3|
|HLTH 300 Pathophysiology||4|
|HLTH 365 Quality Improvement and Performance Management||3|
|IMGSCI 382 Research Methods in Imaging Sciences||3|
|IMGSCI 408 Sectional Anatomy in Imaging Sciences||3|
|AMI 300 Pharmacology||3|
|AMI 400 Advanced Modality Case Studies (FF*)||2|
|AMI 410 Clinical Experience I (taken up to two times per modality)||4|
|AMI 411 Clinical Experience II (taken up to two times per modality)||6|
|Upper Division Electives||0-9|
|Earned associate's degree and university foundations courses. These may be previously earned academic credits or transfer courses. Talk with your advisor to find out more.|
|Total semester credits earned/needed for a bachelor’s degree from Boise State||120|
This content is provided as a quick reference for planning your academic schedule. All official course descriptions and degree requirements are published on the undergraduate catalog site.