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Radiologic Technology
Student Learning Outcomes:
This program is designed to provide the requisite course background prior to entrace into a Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)-approved school of radiologic technology (during the student's third and fourth years) and successful completion thereof.  Likewise, this program is constructed to provide a mechanism for a certified radiological technologist who has completed a JRCERT-accredited program, but without university credit, to apply that study toward attaining university credit and a B.S. degree.

Vocational Application:
This program of study is appropriate for a student who desires a radiological technologist position in a hospital or clinical facility.

Requirements:
In order to obtain a degree from the University of Sioux Falls, a student must complete a total of at least 68 semester hours of university work, complete a 24-month JRCERT-approved program in radiologic technique and pass the American Registry Examination.  Upon successful completion of the Radiologic Technology program and passing of the board examination, 60 semester hours of blanket credit in Radiologic Technology are transcripted and the degree awarded.  Majors must participate in the program assessment activities.

The University program includes all liberal arts core requirements and the following Natural Science Area offerings:
BIO100 Concepts in Biology
BIO314 Human Anatomy
BIO315 Human Physiology

CHE111 General Chemistry I
CHE112 General Chemistry II
(or CHE121 Introduction to Chemistry
 &  CHE122 Intro to Organic and Biochemistry)

MAT112 College Algebra & Trigonometry
MAT       Math Elective

PHY101 Introductory College Physics
(or PHY201 University Physics or equivalent)

NSC300 Colloquium (two semesters required, including one presentation)

Contact Information:
Dr. Cliff Lewis, Professor of Chemistry
Phone: 605-331-6761   Office: Science Center

Dr. George Mwangi, Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Phone: 605-575-2069   Office: Science Center

Keith Perkins, Associate Professor of Biology
Phone: 605-331-6753   Office: Science Center

Dr. Bill Soeffing, Professor of Biology
Phone: 605-331-6759   Office: Science Center