The Bachelor of Science in Imaging Sciences is a 120 credit program that includes the following:
- Earned associate’s degree and university foundations courses – 62 credits. These may be previously earned academic credits or transfer courses. Talk with your advisor to find out more. If you need additional credits to meet this requirement, the Online Degree Pathway from Boise State Online can help you complete them.
- Completing the ARRT credentialing exam – 25 credits
- Required Courses – 33 credits
All major requirements must be completed with C (not C-) or better.
Review the following table for details on required courses for the program.
|IMGSCI 302 Civic Engagement, Ethics and Global Diversity||3|
|IMGSCI 304 Professionalism and Research in Imaging Sciences||1|
|IMGSCI 305 Human Resource Management in Health Care||3|
|IMGSCI 308 Advanced Digital Imaging||2|
|IMGSCI 310 Public Health||3|
|IMGSCI 312 Information Technology for Imaging Professionals||1|
|IMGSCI 314 Health Law and Ethics||3|
|IMGSCI 315 Health Informatics in Imaging Sciences||3|
|IMGSCI 382 Research Methods in Imaging Sciences||3|
|IMGSCI 402 Comprehensive Analysis on Radiation Protection||2|
|IMGSCI 404 Study of Diseases in Imaging Sciences||3|
|IMGSCI 408 Sectional Anatomy in Imaging Sciences||3|
|IMGSCI 412 Preventative Care and Patient Advocacy in Imaging Sciences||3|