​​​​​​​​​Degree Requirements​

The Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences degree is designed to help nuclear medicine technologists enhance their professional and medical training.


You will complete ten core courses (including a capstone course and at least 16 hours of clinical training) and two elective courses. 

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THE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES DEGREE REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE:

MSRS 600Patient Care and Safety

3

MSRS 610Image Processing and Quality Analysis

3

MSRS 620PET/CT/MR Instrumentation

3

MSRS 630PET Procedures

3

MSRS 640CT Procedures

3

MSRS 650Pharmaceuticals and Radiopharmacy

2

MSRS 660
Cross-Sectional Anatomy

2

MSRS 670MR Principles and Procedures

2

MSRS 680Radiologic Science Clinical

Variable

MSRS 690Radiologic Science Capstone

1

MSRS 680: minimum of 16 hours


AND TWO OF THE FOLLOWING:

HCMG 600Managed Care

3

HCMG 610Healthcare Regulations and Public Policy

3

HCMG 620Healthcare Financial Analysis and Control

3



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