The following two year pre-professional program is based on the requirements for admission to the Division
of Radiation Science Technology Education at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska. A minimum 48 semester
hours of pre-radiologic technology courses must be completed. The Radiologic Technology Program at UNMC is a two-year (72 credit
hour) program. Competition for a place in this clinical program is intense and admission is not guaranteed. Therefore, students
should also plan for a college major.
- Take all of the following:
- BIOL 325, Medical Terminology - 1 hour
- CHEM 160GS, General Chemistry - 3 hours
- CHEM 160LGS, General Chemistry Laboratory - 1 hour
- ENG 101, Introduction to Academic Writing - 3 hours
- ENG 102GS, Academic Writing and Research - 3 hours
- MATH 102GS*, College Algebra - 3 hours
- *Students with sufficient preparation may enter the mathematics program at MATH 123GS.
- PHYS 205GS, General Physics I - 4 hours
- PHYS 205LGS, Physics I Laboratory - 1 hour
- SPCH 100GS, Fundamentals of Speech Communication - 3 hours
- STAT 241GS, Elementary Statistics - 3 hours
- Take 4 hours of biology from:
- Take 6 hours of elective courses in the humanities and social sciences:
- Take 15 hours of elective courses:
- These courses may include any science, math, humanities, and/or social sciences. Additional courses in the sciences are
recommended. See advisor.
- (except courses numbered 188 or 388)
Students should check with other specific schools of radiologic technology to which they intend to apply to ensure that any other
requirements are fulfilled.
9 Oct 2012