This major is meant to prepare students for a career in Medical Imaging, including, but not limited to, radiography, MRI, nuclear medicine and ultrasound. A student must have already completed an approved hospital program in one of these areas.

To successfully complete the Medical Imaging major,the following coursework is required:

  • Current RT or RDMS Certification (15 credits)/ Medical Imaging Science Credits (up to 45 credits)
  • 21 credits of Liberal Arts courses
  • 9 Health Services Credits
  • 9 credits of CORE curriculum courses
  • 21 credits of General Electives

  • A minimum of 120 credits are required for the degree, the last 30 of which must be earned at La Roche College.

Summary of Requirements

Liberal Arts Component: 21 Credits

  • ADMG1018
    FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT |

    ADMG1018
    FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An introduction to the three major schools of management thought: the classical, the behavioral and the management science schools. The major emphasis is on the fundamentals of each school of thought and also on the integrative approach to management, drawing on the systems and contingency approaches.|

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  • ADMG3024
    PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATION |

    ADMG3024
    PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATION |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course is designed to provide students in the professional areas with training in preparing and giving professional presentations. Students will develop skills in audience/client assessment, research, presentation design and development, using presentation tools and presentation evaluation.|

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    Reserved for JR/SR Only

  • ENGL2029
    BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS |

    ENGL2029
    BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course is designed to teach students best practices in both written and oral business communication. Types of communications include: business letters, emails, reports, executive summaries, cover letters, resumes, PowerPoint presentations, and the job interview.|

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  • ENGL2030
    TECHNICAL WRITING |

    ENGL2030
    TECHNICAL WRITING |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    Designed to apply the basic principles of communication to technical information so that the student can learn to present complex technical messages in the clearest possible way.|

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    ENGL1012(H)

  • MATH1040
    PROBABILITY & STATISTICS |

    MATH1040
    PROBABILITY & STATISTICS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    The study of the fundamentals of probability theory with applications to natural and social sciences as well as to mathematics. Discrete and continuous distributions, sampling theory, linear correlation, regression, statistical inference, estimation and analysis of variance are included.|

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    MATH1010

  • PHIL3027
    BIOMEDICAL ETHICS |

    PHIL3027
    BIOMEDICAL ETHICS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    The course addresses significant ethical issues and controversies that occur in the health professions. Students are not encouraged to adopt any particular ethical position or view but rather gain an ability to review and analyze the reasons that support various norms and opinions in this field.|

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  • PSYC1021
    INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY |

    PSYC1021
    INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This survey course introduces students to several critical areas of psychology. Throughout the course, there is an emphasis on the scientific method, its application to psychology, and the insights gained from scientific research. The interactions among biological processes, cognitive and emotional responses, sociocultural forces, and behavior are examined. Included are such diverse topics as: health, stress, and coping; consciousness, sleep and dreams; effects of psychoactive drugs on behavior and health; psychological disorders; social psychology; types of learning and behavior management, information processing approaches including memory, encoding and retrieval; and the relationship of the nervous system to thought, feelings, and behaviors.|

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  • SOCL1021
    RACE, CLASS & GENDER: INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY(SLSO1006) |

    SOCL1021
    RACE, CLASS & GENDER: INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY(SLSO1006) |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course is an introduction to the study of society through the critical analysis of social relations, behavior, and organization. It is designed to facilitate students to develop a broad knowledge of how social structures and human behavior influence each other, as well as to identify the issues that arise from such interactions. In order for students to critically analyze contemporary social issues and problems, such discussions will focus along the dimensions of race, class, and gender. No prior knowledge of sociology is expected. Cross-listed with SLSO1006 |

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  • SPCH1001
    MODERN PUBLIC SPEAKING |

    SPCH1001
    MODERN PUBLIC SPEAKING |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    Intended to develop an understanding of and facility in the preparation, organization, delivery and criticism of speeches.|

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