Computed Tomography (B.S.)
About the Program
The Computed Tomography program is designed for individuals who have completed an A.S. degree in Radiographic Science and for other healthcare professionals who are licensed, registered or certified in their respective areas of training. This program includes theoretical content and a clinical internship. The degree program serves as a foundation for graduate and/or further professional study.
Radiographic Science Core Requirements complete the following 8 requirements27 creditsWritten Communication, complete one option. A grade of C or better is required for admission to the Radiographic Science program.Take ENGL 101 and 102.ENGL101 - Writing/Rhetoric I3 creditsENGL102 - Writing/Rhetoric II3 creditsTake ENGL 109.ENGL109 - College Writing & Research6 creditsOral Communication, complete one course.COMM101 - Fundamentals Oral Comm3 creditsCOMM203 - Sm Group Communication3 creditsCOMM204 - Public Speaking3 creditsMathematical Ways of Knowing, choose one course. A grade of C or better is required for admission to the Radiographic Science program.MATH123 - Math in Modern Society3 creditsMATH130 - Finite Mathematics4 creditsMTHPT130 - Finite Mathematics3 creditsMTHPT137 - Math for Technology4 creditsMATH143 - College Algebra3 creditsMATH147 - College Algebra Trig5 creditsMATH153 - Statistical Reasoning3 creditsMTHPT153 - Statistical Reasoning3 creditsMATH170 - Calculus I4 creditsMATH253 - Statistical Methods3 creditsMATH257 - Math Elem Teachers II4 creditsHumanistic & Artistic Ways of Knowing, Choose two courses from two of the three categories (Literature, Arts, Language)Take 1 ENGL-Literature course Choose from ENGL 175, 257, 258, or 261.ENGL175 - Literature and Ideas3 creditsENGL257 - World Classics3 creditsENGL258 - International Literature3 creditsENGL261 - Mythologies3 creditsTake 1 course in the arts. Choose from ART 100, HUM 101 or 150, MUS 101, 102, 150, 151 or 152, or THEA 101.ART100 - Introduction to Art3 creditsHUM101 - Art/Hist Motion Picture3 creditsHUM150 - Intro/Arts3 creditsMUS101 - Survey/Music3 creditsMUS102 - Music in America3 creditsMUS150 - World Music3 creditsMUS151 - History Musical Theater3 creditsMUS152 - Hist Jazz/Pop Music3 creditsTHEA101 - Survey/Theater3 creditsTake 1 Language course. Choose from NP 101, or 102, or SPAN 101, or 102.NP101 - Nez Perce Lang/Culture4 creditsNP102 - Nez Perce Lang/History4 creditsSPAN101 - Elementary Spanish I4 creditsSPAN102 - Elementary Spanish II4 creditsScientific Ways of KnowingTake BIOL 227. A grade of C or better is required for admission to the Radiographic Science program.BIOL227 - Anatomy/Physiology I4 creditsTake 1 additional course. CHEM 105 is recommended and is required for admission to the RS program. If not taken in the Core, it will be required as a Support course. Other course choices are BIOF 100, CHEM 100, or 111, CS 108, CITPT 108, FSCI 101, GEOL 101, or 120, GIS 271, ID 240, NS 140, 150, or 174, PHYS 111, 112, 171, 205, or 211.BIOF100 - Intro Bioinformatics3 creditsCHEM100 - Concepts of Chemistry4 creditsCHEM105 - Gen Organic/Biochemist4 creditsCHEM111 - Prin/Chemistry I4 creditsCS108 - Intro to Computer Sci4 creditsCITPT108 - Intro to Computer Sci4 creditsFSCI101 - Intro/Forensic Science4 creditsGEOL101 - Physical Geology4 creditsGEOL120 - Intro Earth Systems4 creditsGIS271 - Intro/Geog Info Sci4 creditsID240 - Integrated Science II4 creditsNS140 - Integrated Science I4 creditsNS150 - Intro/Natural Sciences3 creditsNS174 - Nat Sci Elem Education4 creditsPHYS111 - General Physics I4 creditsPHYS112 - General Physics II4 creditsPHYS171 - Phys Sci Elem Educ4 creditsPHYS205 - Descriptive Astronomy4 creditsPHYS211 - University Physics I5 creditsSocial & Behavioral Ways of KnowingECON201 - Principles of Macro3 creditsECON202 - Principles of Micro3 creditsHRPT185 - Hum Rel/Organizations3 creditsPSYC101 - Intro/Psychology3 creditsPSYC205 - Lifespan Develop Psyc3 creditsPOLS101 - Amer National Government3 creditsPOLS237 - International Politics3 creditsSS185 - Hum Rel/Organizations3 creditsSOC102 - Social Problems3 creditsANTH102 - Cultural Anthropology3 creditsANTH120 - World Prehistory3 creditsANTH170 - Intro/Native Amer Studies3 creditsGEOG102 - Intro to Geography3 creditsHIST101 - World History I3 creditsHIST102 - World History II3 creditsHIST111 - US History I3 creditsHIST112 - US History II3 creditsHRPT184 - Diversity/Organization3 creditsPOLS285 - Comparative Government3 creditsSS184 - Diversity/Organization3 creditsSOC101 - Intro/Sociology3 creditsDiversity requirement.ANTH102 - Cultural Anthropology3 creditsANTH120 - World Prehistory3 creditsANTH170 - Intro/Native Amer Studies3 creditsANTH360 - Race and Ethnicity3 creditsCOMM345 - Intercultural Comm3 creditsENGL258 - International Literature3 creditsENGL474 - Native Amer Written Lit3 creditsGEOG102 - Intro to Geography3 creditsHIST101 - World History I3 creditsHIST102 - World History II3 creditsHIST111 - US History I3 creditsHIST112 - US History II3 creditsHRPT184 - Diversity/Organization3 creditsKIN220 - Soc/Cult Aspects/Sport3 creditsSS184 - Diversity/Organization3 creditsNP101 - Nez Perce Lang/Culture4 creditsNP102 - Nez Perce Lang/History4 creditsPOLS285 - Comparative Government3 creditsSOC101 - Intro/Sociology3 creditsSPAN101 - Elementary Spanish I4 creditsSPAN102 - Elementary Spanish II4 creditsSPAN201 - Intermediate Spanish I4 creditsSPAN202 - Intermediate Spanish II4 creditsID300C - Ethics and Identity3 creditsIntegrative Seminar: Ethics & Values Requisite for all Integrative Seminars: Completion of ENGL 102 or 109, and 24 credits of General Education Core courses.ID300A - Animals and Society3 creditsID300B - Art and Censorship3 creditsID300C - Ethics and Identity3 creditsID300D - Ethics and Ecology3 creditsID300E - Ethics and Technology3 creditsID300F - Gender and Culture3 creditsID300G - Health Integrative Seminar3 creditsID300H - Law and Society3 creditsID300J - Terrorism3 creditsID300K - Values and Sports3 creditsID300L - Vietnam3 creditsID300M - Vulnerable Populations3 creditsID300N - Wilderness3 creditsID300P - Diseases and Society3 creditsID300Q - Econ of Good & Evil3 creditsID300R - Leadership & Ethics3 creditsID300S - NW Culture/Hist/Lit3 creditsID300T - Propaganda3 creditsID300U - Women in 20th Century3 creditsID300V - Gandhian Ethics/Values3 creditsID300W - Food and Agriculture3 creditsID300X - Civil Rights Movement3 creditsID301A - Hells Canyon Institute3 creditsSS350 - Ethics:3 creditsHUM350 - Ethics:3 credits
Computed Tomography BS Major Requirements complete the following 3 requirements82 creditsAll students enrolled in the Computed Tomography program must have health insurance. Students must also complete an AAS or AS degree in Radiographic Science and pass the AART national registry exam before obtaining this Bachelor's degree. Transfer students may need to consult the RS advisor for program customizations.BIOL228 - Anatomy/Physiology II4 creditsAssociate degree in Radiographic Science courses.RS201 - Med Term/Radiographers2 creditsRS220 - Patient Care/Radiography2 creditsRS221 - Radiographic Methods I3 creditsRS222 - Rad Methods II3 creditsRS240 - Qual Assur/Tech Imag3 creditsRS242 - CR/DR Applications1 creditRS255 - Radiographic Pathology3 creditsRS258 - Spec Proc I2 creditsRS261 - App Radiography I8 creditsRS288 - SSR I1 creditRS289 - SSR II1 creditRS330 - Radiobiology3 creditsRS355 - Registry Review2 creditsRS358 - Spec Proc II1 creditRS359 - Intro to CT1 creditRS362 - Applied Rad II10 creditsRS363 - Applied Rad III10 creditsRequired Bachelor's degree courses for Computred Tomography. All courses require a grade of 'C' or better.RS405 - Sectional Imaging3 creditsRS410 - CT Pathology3 creditsRS420 - CT Physics/Instrumenta3 creditsRS480 - CT Internship13 credits
120 Credits Required for Bachelor's Degree120 credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.