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151 Course Descriptions RAD230-E Clinical Education II 4 This course is designed to meet the practical and hands on experience that will accompany the lecture and labs a student will receive in a classroom setting. These required shifts will take place in a hospital or clinical setting and emphasis will be made on the ability to adapt to different situations that can not be simulated in the classroom. It is also designed to apply patient care and general knowledge of a radiology department. There are five levels of clinical practicum. Upon completing each level, each student will be expected to add knowledge and confidence in the work field. Level II - Knowledge of hospital policies and procedures. Knowledge of each individual routine exams pertaining to each individual site. Prerequisite: RAD206-E; Corequisites: RAD365-E, RAD104-E, RAD142-E, RAD890-E RAD260-E Clinical Education III 3 This course is designed to meet the practical and hands on experience that will accompany the lecture and labs a student will receive in a classroom setting. These required shifts will take place in a hospital or clinical setting and emphasis will be made on the ability to adapt to different situations that cannot be simulated in the classroom. It is also designed to apply patient care and general knowledge of a radiology department. There are five levels of clinical practicum. Upon completing each level each student will be expected to add knowledge and confidence in the work field. Level III - Be able to work as an individual in a department and with consistency in film quality and evaluation. Prerequisite: RAD230-E; Corequisites: RAD162-E, RAD182-E RAD321-E Imaging I 3 This course is designed with the intent to prepare students to be able to understand how an x-ray beam is produced, the different types of equipment and how they function, and the principles behind x-ray generation. Corequisites: RAD122-E, RAD106-E RAD362-E Computer & Digital Radiography 2 This course is designed to place an emphasis on dealing with the ever changing technology a new technologist will have to encounter. A brief understanding of a PACS system will be introduced as well as the various types of computer oriented equipment they will be expected to operate while in the field. Corequisites: RAD750-E, RAD550-E, RAD690-E RAD365-E Imaging II 2 This course is a continuation of Imaging I and is designed with the intent to prepare students to be able to understand how an x-ray beam is produced, the different types of equipment and how they function and principles behind x-ray generation. Prerequisite: RAD321-E; Corequisites: RAD104-E, RAD142-E, RAD230-E, RAD890-E RAD510-E Clinical Education IV 6 This course is designed to meet the practical and hands on experience that will accompany the lecture and labs a student will receive in a classroom setting. These required shifts will take place in a hospital or clinical setting and emphasis will be made on the ability to adapt to different situations that can not be simulated in the classroom. It is also designed to apply patient care and general knowledge of a radiology department. There are five levels of clinical practicum. Upon completing each level each student will be expected to add knowledge and confidence in the work field. Level IV - Have student work with same knowledge that a graduate of accredited school would have with the exception of headwork. Prerequisite: RAD260-E; Corequisites: RAD761-E, RAD851-E, RAD796-E RAD550-E Clinical Education V 6 This course is designed to meet the practical and hands on experience that will accompany the lecture and labs a student will receive in a classroom setting. These required shifts will take place in a hospital or clinical setting and emphasis will be made on the ability to adapt to different situations that cannot be simulated in the classroom. It is also designed to apply patient care and general knowledge of a radiology department. There are five levels of clinical practicum. Upon completing each level each student will be expected to add knowledge and confidence in the work field. Level V - Designed to refine and transform skills. Prerequisite: RAD510-E; Corequisites: RAD750-E, RAD362-E, RAD690-E RAD580-E Clinical Education VI 4 This course is designed to meet the practical and hands on experience that will accompany the lecture and labs a student will receive in a classroom setting. These required shifts will take place in a hospital or clinical setting and emphasis will be made on the ability to adapt to different situations that can not be simulated in the classroom. It is also designed to apply patient care and general knowledge of a radiology department. There are five levels of clinical practicum. Upon completing each level each student will be expected to add knowledge and confidence in the work field. Level VIDesigned to refine and transform skills. Prerequisite: RAD550-E; Corequisite: RAD947-E RAD690-E Cross Sectional Anatomy 1 This course aims to serve the radiography student with the knowledge in advance to be able to specialize in a modality such as CT (computed tomography) or MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) and to help satisfy the interest that may be expressed in CT or MRI in learning cross-sectional anatomy. Corequisites: RAD750-E, RAD550-E, RAD362-E RAD750-E Radiographic Pathology 3 This course provides the advanced radiography student with the basic knowledge of different pathology and how it will appear on a radiograph. It will also help the student be able to recognize each disease as well as how it will appear on particular radiographs. Corequisites: RAD550-E, RAD362-E, RAD690-E


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