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Note: While there are more than 64 transferable semester hours, you may only count 64 semester hours as transfer credit from a community college.

 
  Note: The Radiologic Technology Certificate Program consists of 24 months of general education and Radiologic Technology coursework. While the following courses may be transferred from a junior or community college, students must still complete the 24-month Certificate Program.  
     
 

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Radiologic Technology Certificate Program Core Requirements
 
English Composition    
     
ENC 1101      
-or-        
ENC 1102      

Communication
 
SPC 1600    

Computer Science      
         
CGS 1100      
-or-        
CGS 1570      

Mathematics/Statistics
 
MAC 1105      
-or-        
MAC 1140      

Anatomy/Physiology        
         
BSC 1085C      
-and-        
BSC 1086C      

Radiologic Sciences Bachelor of Science Core Requirements
 
Biology      
         
BSC 1010C      
-or-        
PCB 2011C      
BSC 1011C      
-or-        
ZOO 1010C      

Statistics  
       
STA 2023    

Fine Arts
 
       
Choose one of the following courses:
       
ARH 1050    
ARH 1051    
ARH 1831    
ARH 2000    
MUH 2011    
THE 2100    

Humanities Electives
 
Choose one course from the Literature section above, or one of the following courses: (Must complete a two course sequence in either Literature or History)
       
PHI 2010    
PHI 2600    
FRE 1120    
FRE 1121    
FRE 2200    
FRE 2201    
SPN 1120    
SPN 1121    
SPN 2200    
SPN 2201    
HUM 1020    
HUM 2251    
REL 2300    

Literature  
       
Choose one of the following courses:  
       
AML 2010    
AML 2020    
ENL 2012A    
ENL 2022    


History        
         
Choose one of the following courses:
AMH 2010      
AMH 2020      
WOH 1012      
WOH 1022      

Psychology        
         
PSY 2012      

Social Science Elective    
         
Choose one course from the history section above or one of the following courses (Must complete a two-course sequence in either literature or history)
POS 1041      
ANT 2000      
ANT 2100      
ECO 2013      
ECO 2023      
GEA 1000      
SYG 2000      
SYG 2010      
DEP 2004      

 
  Special Notes:  
 
  • The Department of Radiologic Sciences offers two programs: a Certificate Program in Radiologic Technology and a BS in Radiologic Sciences. Students must successfully complete a Radiologic Sciences Certificate Program, or equivalent, in order to apply to the BS program. This Advising Guide includes transferable course work for both the Certificate Program and BS program.
  • The University of South Alabama will accept a maximum of 64 semester hours from a junior/community college.
  • No course in which a student has earned a grade of lower than "D" will transfer to the University of South Alabama. No grade lower than "C" will transfer in English Composition I & II (EH 101 & 102).
  • Completion of the courses listed in this Advising Guide does not guarantee completion of general education course requirements or admission into the certificate or B.S. programs.
  • The deadline to apply for the Radiologic Technology Certificate Program Component is May 15 prior to the Fall Semester that you intend to begin the certificate program, and the deadline to apply for the BS program in Radiologic Sciences is May 15 prior to the Fall Semester that you intend to begin the B.S. Program. Consult the USA Bulletin for complete application procedures and degree requirements.
 
  Questions regarding degree/graduation requirements and the applicability of transfer credit toward satisfaction of degree requirements should be directed to the College of Allied Health Professions, UCOM 1550, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL 36688-0002 (251-380-2772).      
         
 
Questions regarding transfer admission and transfer credit evaluation should be directed to the Office of Admissions, Meisler Hall Suite 2500, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL 36688-0002 (251) 460-6141 or (800) 872-5247.
     
     
  For more information regarding the degree in Radiologic Sciences at the University of South Alabama, please consult the USA Bulletin.  
 
 
   
     
   
     
 
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