Offered by Health Science Programs

Health Science Major

Radiography Comprehensive
Bachelor of Science

  1. Radiography Comprehensive Requirements (4 hours required)
    • Take all of the following:
  2. Radiography Comprehensive Electives (5 hours required)
    • Take 5-6 hours from:
      • BIOL 103GS, General Biology - 4 hours
      • BIOL 404, Developmental Biology - 3 hours
      • BIOL 461, Human Genetics - 3 hours
      • BSAD 295, Business Communications - 3 hours (Prereq: ENG 101 (or equivalent) or English ACT score of 29 or above)
      • CSP 417, Counseling Skills - 3 hours
      • CSP 418, Introduction to Counseling and Social Advocacy - 3 hours
      • FSID 110GS, Introduction to Nutrition - 3 hours
        (may apply to General Studies credit)
      • HSCI 300, Seminar in Health Sciences - 1 hour
      • MGT 301, Principles of Management - 3 hours
      • MGT 355, Organizational Behavior - 3 hours
      • MGT 380, Human Resource Management - 3 hours
      • PE 265, Emergency Medical Response - 2 hours
      • PE 360, Introduction to Anatomical Biomechanics - 4 hours
      • PHIL 120GS, Introduction to Ethics - 3 hours
        (may apply to General Studies credit)
      • PSY 230GS, Human Development - 3 hours
        (may apply to General Studies credit)
      • PSY 231GS, Abnormal Behavior and Society - 3 hours
      • PSY 465, Psychopharmacology - 3 hours
      • SPAN 103, Spanish for Special Purposes (Medical) - 1 hour
      • SPCH 300, Interpersonal and Relational Communication - 3 hours
  3. Clinical Program (55 hours required)
    • The student must successfully complete a two-year (24 months) clinical training program at an affiliated school of radiography or radiologic technology. Students will be awarded 55 hours of credit upon satisfactory completion of the clinical training program. The University of Nebraska at Kearney is currently affiliated with eight schools of radiography. These include Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings; Alegent Health in Omaha; Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff; Memorial Health Systems in Colorado Springs, CO; St. Anthony's Hospital in Denver, CO; Rapid City Regional Hospital in Rapid City, SD; Sanford Medical Center in Sioux Falls, SD; and Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton, SD. Admission to the clinical portion of the program is competitive and is not automatically assured by successful completion of pre-radiography courses.
    • Register for the following every semester during clinical training:
      • HSCI 430, Special Topics in Health Sciences - 1 hour (to total 4-6 hours)
      • This requirement is part of the 55 hours of credit awarded for the clinical training program.

18 Feb 2014

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