Curriculum

General Education Core

ENGL

1010

Critical Reading & Expos. Writing

3

ENGL

1020

Critical Thinking & Argumentation

3

SPCH

*

Oral communication elective

3

MATH

*

Math elective

3-4

HIST

2010

U.S. to 1877

3

HIST

2020

U.S. since 1877

3

PSYC

1310

Intro to Psychology

3

*

*

Social & Behavioral Sciences elective

3

HSCI

2010/2011

Anatomy & Physiology I

4

HSCI

2020/2021

Anatomy & Physiology II

4

ENGL

*

Literature elective

3

*

*

Fine Arts elective

3

*

*

Humanities elective

3

   

TOTAL

41-42

*For a list of General Education Core Electives in speech, math,  literature, fine arts, humanities , and social and behavioral science, please refer to the university undergraduate catalog.

Students must meet Information Technology competency (CSCI 1100) by either course or test.


Allied Health Core

ALHE

2010

Intro to Allied Health

2

ALHE

2020

Patient Care and Assessment

3

ALHE

4060

Research in Allied Health (W,T)

3

ALHE

4070

Leadership in Allied Health (O)

3

ALHE

4100

Information Management for ALHE Professionals

3

CHEM

1030 or

1110/1111

Intro to Chemistry Survey   or

General Chemistry I (lec/lab)

4

ENVH

3030

Allied Health Law

3

HSCI

2230

Introduction to Microbiology

3

HSCI

2231

Introduction to Microbiology Lab

1

   

TOTAL

25

Imaging Sciences (Radiography) Concentration

RADT

3000

Image Production & Eval. (W)

4

RADT

3005

Foundations of Radiologic Technology

3

RADT

3020/3021

Radiographic Procedures I (lec/lab)

4

RADT

3040

Clinical Education I

2

RADT

3010

Radiographic Equipment

4

RADT

3030/3031

Radiographic Procedures II (lec/lab)

4

RADT

3060

Imaging & Quality Assessment

3

RADT

3050

Clinical Education II

2

RADT

4000

Clinical Education III

5

RADT

4050

Radiation Biology & Protection

4

RADT

4040

Adv. Radiologic Imaging

4

RADT

4010

Clinical Education IV

3

RADT

4060

Digital Imaging in Radiography

3

RADT

4030

Radiographic Pathology

3

RADT

4070

Professional Transition to Radiography

3

RADT

4020

Clinical Education V

3

   

TOTAL

Total for degree

54

120

(W) Course is writing intensive
(T) Course is technology intensive
(O) Course is oral intensive
One Humanities/Fine Arts Elective must be in Literature. Two general education electives must be writing intensive, and one general education elective must be oral intensive.

** It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that ALHE 4060 and ENVH 3030 be taken prior to the fall semester of the junior year.

Radiography Suggested Course Sequence document


Wimba classroom

Students may elect to register for the 795 (Wimba) section of the didactic Imaging Sciences (radiography) courses.  Class sessions are available in a synchronous internet classroom with those taught at the ETSU Nave Center.  Wimba sessions are not available for lab or clinical education courses.  The student who registers for this section must complete all quizzes and tests at the Nave Center or proctored at LeConte Medical Center.   The university charges an additional fee of $25/credit hour for Wimba undergraduate course sections, and that amount is subject to change per ETSU and/or TBR policy.


Imaging Sciences (Radiography) Program Grading Policy
Due to the close patient contact and radiographer responsibilities, mastery of academic material and technical competency are required. Therefore, the grading policy in all radiography courses is as follows:

Grade Scale-Academic   Grade Scale-Clinical
95-100 A   97-100 A
92-94 A-   95-96 A-
89-91 B+   93-94 B+
86-88 B   91-92 B
83-85 B-   89-90 B-
80-82 C+   87-88 C+
75-79 C   85-86 C
73-74 C-*   83-84 C-*
71-72 D+*   81-82 D+*
68-70 D*   79-80 D*
<68 F*   <79 F*
         
         

*This grade is considered unsatisfactory.


Student Resources


Tuition, Fees, and Other Expenses

  • Current Tuition and Fees

  • Textbooks

    • Textbooks can be purchased from the ETSU Bookstore.

    • The on-line review program utilized in the final semester of the program can be purchased directly from Corectec at a reduced price of $80.  

  • Radiation badge fee of $22 is billed to the student’s account annually (in the fall semester)  

  • Each student is responsible for all expenses related to clinical education, including

    • e*Value competency system ($130)

    • background check ($65)

    • immunizations

    • current CPR certification

    • physical exam

    • uniforms

    • lead markers ($32 for 2 sets)

    • health and liability insurance ($36.50 per year)

    • name badge ($5)

    • travel to classes/clinical

    • meals

    • personal and incidental expenses

 

All expenses are subject to change.