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Imaging Sciences BS

Admission Criteria

Each emphasis (program) has a specific application and acceptance process that includes various academic/personal requirements. It is highly recommended that all interested students seek advising prior to application submission. Because of the large number of students seeking admission into the various emphasis programs, not all applicants can be admitted. All applicants should have applied to and been accepted at Boise State.

Imaging Sciences BS
Course Number and TitleCredits
Credentialed medical imager: credit for prior learning for passing ARRT credentialing exam or equivalent. (15 credits lower-division/10 credits upper-division.)25
BIOL 227 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (FN)4
BIOL 228 Human Anatomy and Physiology II4
FF HLTH 400 Interprofessional Capstone1
MATH 108 Intermediate Algebra or
MATH 143 College Algebra
IMGSCI 302 Civic Engagement, Ethics and Global Diversity3
IMGSCI 304 Professionalism and Research in Imaging Sciences1
IMGSCI 305 Human Resource Management3
IMGSCI 308 Advanced Digital Imaging2
IMGSCI 310 Public Health3
IMGSCI 312 Information Technology for Imaging Professionals1
IMGSCI 314 Health Law and Ethics3
IMGSCI 315 Health Informatics in Imaging Sciences3
IMGSCI 382 Research Methods in Imaging Sciences3
IMGSCI 402 Comprehensive Analysis on Radiation Protection2
IMGSCI 404 Study of Diseases in Imaging Sciences3
IMGSCI 408 Sectional Anatomy in Imaging Sciences3
IMGSCI 412 Preventative Care and Patient Advocacy in Imaging Sciences2
Associate of Science or Associate of Arts degree students must complete the following:
Associate of Science (AS) or Associate of Arts (AA) degree earned from a regionally accredited institution48
College statistics course3
Associate of Applied Science degree students must additionally complete the following:
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree earned from a regionally accredited institution.23
UF 200 Foundations of Ethics and Diversity3
FW ENGL 101 Writing and Rhetoric I3
FW ENGL 102 Writing and Rhetoric II3
FC Foundations of Oral Communication3
FM MATH 254 Introduction to Statistics3
FN Foundations of Natural, Physical, & Applied Sciences course in a second field3-4
FA Foundations of Arts course3
FH Foundations of Humanities course3-4
FS SOC 101 Introduction to Social Sciences or
FS PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology
FS Foundations of Social Sciences course in a second field3
HLTH 101 Medical Terminology3
All major requirements must be completed with C (not C-) or better.