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1 Chapter Academic Programs and Courses performance, work teams, leadership, motivation, job attitudes, stress and well-being, and organizational development. PREREQ: PSYC 0. PSYC 59 PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW (-0-)(F/S). The course provides an overview of research in the field of psychology and the law, and documents how psycholegal research relates to pressing issues facing the judicial system. A partial list of topics includes: eyewitness testimony, jury deliberations, criminal behavior, evidence, and the structure and function of the legal system. A course in statistics or research design is strongly recommended. PREREQ: PSYC 0. PSYC 87 CAPSTONE PERSPECTIVES: HISTORY AND SYSTEMS (-0-)(F/S). A detailed account of the history of psychology encompassing the philosophical antecedents of modern psychology as well as the influential pioneers. Topics include history of psychology as a field of scientific inquiry, overview of development of schools of thought, prominent figures and key theories. PREREQ: PSYC and senior standing in psychology. PSYC 88 DIRECTED RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY (Variable credit). An undergraduate student assists on a research project, supervised by a member of the psychology faculty. Enrollment is contingent on a voluntary commitment to a research project by both parties (faculty and student). Course may be repeated for a maximum of 9 credits. PREREQ: Psychology major, cumulative GPA above.00, and PERM/INST. PSYC 89 CAPSTONE PERSPECTIVES ON PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES (-0-)(S). Controversial issues and social problems are addressed. Students analyze how different areas of psychology contribute to the understanding of contemporary problems making psychological theory and research relevant and understandable to community agencies/groups. PREREQ: PSYC and senior standing in psychology. PSYC 90 CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN PSYCHOLOGY (-0-)(F/S). Provides advanced coverage of topics in the instructor s area of expertise, with particular focus on the application of psychological principles to address contemporary social problems. PREREQ: PSYC. PSYC 9 INTERNSHIP IN PSYCHOLOGY (Variable Credit). Some internship experiences are available through the department. Credit may be granted for psychological activities in applied settings. PREREQ: Psychology major, a cumulative GPA above.00, and PERM/INST. PSYC 95 SENIOR THESIS (0--)(F,S). An individual research project in psychology selected by student. Proposal must be approved by instructor before enrolling. Recommended projects are those which will contribute to the body of psychological knowledge or will apply psychological principles to practical problems. Recommended for psychology students planning on graduate school. PREREQ: PSYC 0 and PSYC, PERM/INST. PSYC 9 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN PSYCHOLOGY (Variable Credit). Independent study is an opportunity to earn academic credit outside of the established curriculum. It assumes the confluence of two streams of interest that of a student and that of a professor. Thus, enrollment is contingent on a voluntary commitment to the project by both parties. PREREQ: Psychology major, a cumulative GPA above.00, and PERM/INST. Public Administration see Department of Political Science Public Law and Political Philosophy see Department of Political Science Public Relations Certificate see Department of Communication College of Health Sciences Health Science Riverside Building Phone: (08) Fax: (08) Chair, DMS Program Director and Assistant Professor: Darlene Travis. Sonography Program Director and Associate Professor: Joie Burns. MRI and CT Programs Director and Associate Professor: Lorrie Kelley. A.S. Radiography Program Director and Associate Professor: Leslie Kendrick. Assistant Professor: Scott Staley. Degrees Offered A.S. and B.S. in Radiologic Sciences Department Statement The Radiologic Sciences Department is one of four departments in the College of Health Sciences. The Radiologic Sciences A.S. program is a threeyear associate of science degree program whose graduates are academically eligible for the national certification examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). See the Radiologic Sciences website for special program application and admission process information. Graduates of the associate degree program may continue their education by pursuing one of four bachelor degree emphases: Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS), or General Studies. Graduates of the CT and MRI programs are eligible for national certification examinations offered by the ARRT. Graduates of the Sonography program are eligible for national certification examinations offered by both the ARRT and the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS). Each program has a very specific application and acceptance process with various academic/personal requirements. See the department website to obtain more information about these programs. It is highly recommended that all interested students seek advising prior to application submission. All students admitted into the A.S. program or the CT, MRI, and DMS emphases must submit to a criminal background check at their own expense. Information from the background check deemed to be detrimental to the care of patients will result in revocation of admission status. See the department website to obtain more information about this policy. Criminal convictions may prevent applicants from taking national certification examinations and/or gaining employment after graduation. Applicants should refer to the ARRT website and/or the ARDMS website www. ARDMS.org for clarifying information. The Radiologic Sciences A.S. program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, 0 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 850, Chicago, IL 00-8; Phone: () The Diagnostic Medical Sonography program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) upon the recommendation of the Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography: CAAHEP; Park Street; Clearwater, FL 75. Phone: (77) 0-50; Fax: (77) 0-5; Pre-professional Curriculum All students who are considering entry into the Radiologic Sciences A.S. program must have completed or be in the process of completing the pre-professional curriculum at the time of application. Courses in the preprofessional curriculum are designated with an asterisk (*) in the following degree requirements tables. The pre-professional curriculum need not be taken at Boise State. The program admission policy requires proof of computer competency through completion of the ITM 0 placement test or equivalent to be determined by the program director. The pre-professional curriculum must also be completed by all applicants to the B.S. Emphasis programs in Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Boise State University Undergraduate Catalog

2 Chapter Academic Programs and Courses Degree Requirements Radiologic Sciences Associate of Science Course Number and Title Credits *ENGL 0-0 Introduction to College Writing and Research Area I see page for list of approved courses *Area I core course in one field Area I core course in a second field Area I core course in any field Area II see page for list of approved courses *COMM 0 Fundamentals of Speech Communication *PSYC 0 General Psychology Area II core course Area III *MATH College Algebra OR MATH 08 Intermediate Algebra plus a core math course *BIOL 7-8 Human Anatomy and Physiology *CHEM 0, 0L Essentials of Chemistry I and lab *HLTHST 0 Medical Terminology HLTHST Laboratory Values PHYS 0 Radiation Physics RADSCI 0 Patient Assessment RADSCI 05 Interdisciplinary Patient Care Skills Lab RADSCI Laboratory Practicum RADSCI Laboratory Practicum RADSCI Radiographic Positioning I RADSCI 5 Introduction to Computed Radiography RADSCI Radiation Production and Analog Imaging RADSCI 7 Radiographic Technical Laboratory RADSCI 8 Advanced Technical Imaging RADSCI 9 Digital Radiography RADSCI 0 Radiation Biology-Protection RADSCI Introduction to Radiography Clinical Experience RADSCI Radiographic Positioning II RADSCI Contrast Media Examinations RADSCI 85 Clinical Experience RADSCI 0 Pharmacology and Contrast Medias RADSCI Radiographic Practicum RADSCI 0 Introduction to Sectional Anatomy RADSCI 8 PACS RADSCI 0 Radiographic Quality Assurance RADSCI 50 Medical and Surgical Diseases RADSCI 0 Special Radiographic Procedures RADSCI 75 Clinical Experience RADSCI 7 Clinical Experience RADSCI 85 Clinical Experience RADSCI 9 Radiologic Colloquium RADSCI 95 Clinical Experience -9 8 Total 0- *Indicates a course in the pre-professional curriculum NOTE: The A.S. degree awarded in radiologic sciences does not meet the university core requirements and do not comply with the Idaho Statewide Articulation Policy. Special Lab Fees Students who are admitted in the Radiologic Sciences A.S., Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Diagnostic Medical Sonography programs pay additional laboratory fees at the time of enrollment for some courses. See the Schedule of Classes for specific courses and amounts. Radiologic Sciences Bachelor of Science Course Number and Title Credits ENGL 0-0 Introduction to College Writing and Research Area I see page for list of approved courses Area I core course in one field Area I core course in a second field Area I core course in a third field Area I core course in any field Area II see page for list of approved courses COMM 0 Fundamentals of Speech Communication PSYC 0 General Psychology Area II core course in a third field Area II core course in any field Area III see page 5 for list of approved courses MATH College Algebra OR MATH 08 Intermediate Algebra plus a core math course BIOL 7-8 Human Anatomy and Physiology CHEM 0, 0L Essentials of Chemistry I and lab HLTHST 0 Medical Terminology HLTHST Laboratory Values PHYS 0 Radiation Physics RADSCI 0 Patient Assessment RADSCI 05 Interdisciplinary Patient Care Skills Lab RADSCI Laboratory Practicum RADSCI Laboratory Practicum RADSCI Radiographic Positioning I RADSCI 5 Introduction to Computed Radiography RADSCI Radiation Production and Analog Imaging RADSCI 7 Radiographic Technical Laboratory RADSCI 8 Advanced Technical Imaging RADSCI 9 Digital Radiography RADSCI 0 Radiation Biology-Protection RADSCI Introduction to Radiography Clinical Experience RADSCI Radiographic Positioning II RADSCI Contrast Media Examinations RADSCI 85 Clinical Experience RADSCI 0 Pharmacology and Contrast Medias RADSCI Radiographic Practicum RADSCI 0 Introduction to Sectional Anatomy RADSCI 8 PACS RADSCI 0 Radiographic Quality Assurance RADSCI 50 Medical and Surgical Diseases RADSCI 0 Special Radiographic Procedures RADSCI 75 Clinical Experience RADSCI 7 Clinical Experience RADSCI 85 Clinical Experience RADSCI 9 Radiologic Colloquium RADSCI 95 Clinical Experience Area of Emphasis: Students complete an emphasis in General Studies, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or Diagnostic Medical Sonography after completing the above associate degree, or an equivalent associate degree approved by the Department Chair. Each area of emphasis has specific requirements which are listed below. continued -9 8 Boise State University Undergraduate Catalog

3 Chapter Academic Programs and Courses Radiologic Sciences, Bachelor of Science (continued) *Computed Tomography Emphasis HLTHST 00 Pathophysiology OR HLTHST Quality Issues in Health Care OR HLTHST Health Care Bioethics KINES 70, 7 Applied Anatomy and Lab OR HLTHST 0 Health Delivery Systems OR RADSCI 0 Comparative Sectional Imaging RADSCI 50 Principles of Computed Tomography RADSCI 50L Principles of Computed Tomography Lab RADSCI 5 Procedural Case Studies in Computed Tomography RADSCI 55 Clinical Experience in Computed Tomography *Diagnostic Medical Sonography Emphasis HLTHST 00 Pathophysiology HLTHST Health Law and Ethics OR HLTHST Health Care Bioethics - Total -0 RADSCI 0 Comparative Sectional Imaging RADSCI 0 Sonographic Physics and Instrumentation RADSCI Abdominal Sonography RADSCI Obstetrics/Gynecology Sonography RADSCI Doppler Procedures RADSCI Special Sonographic Procedures RADSCI 7 Clinical Experience in Medical Sonography I RADSCI 8 Clinical Experience in Medical Sonography II RADSCI 9 Clinical Experience in Medical Sonography III 5 0- Total 8-5 General Studies Emphasis HLTHST 0 Health Delivery Systems MGMT 0 Leadership Skills OR HLTHST 0 Public Health MGMT 05 Human Resource Management RADSCI 00 Development of an Imaging Department OR HLTHST Quality Issues in Health Care s Total -9 continued Radiologic Sciences, Bachelor of Science (continued) *Magnetic Resonance Imaging Emphasis HLTHST 00 Pathophysiology RADSCI 0 Comparative Sectional Imaging RADSCI 0 Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging I RADSCI 0L Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging I Lab RADSCI Procedural Case Studies in Magnetic Resonance Imaging I RADSCI Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging II RADSCI L Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging II Lab RADSCI Procedural Case Studies in Magnetic Resonance Imaging II RADSCI 5 Clinical Experience in Magnetic Resonance Imaging I RADSCI Clinical Experience in Magnetic Resonance Imaging II *Application and Acceptance Required Course Offerings 0- Total 7-5 See page for a definition of the course-numbering system. Only students officially admitted to one of the Radiologic Sciences programs may take RADSCI courses without permission of the instructor. RADSCI Radiologic Sciences Lower Division RADSCI 0 PATIENT ASSESSMENT (-0-)(F). Theory and skill application with clinical focus to perform physical assessment to include assessment techniques, standardized data collection formats, body system assessment, normal findings, relevant variations from normal, and documentation. (Pass/Fail.) COREQ: RADSCI 05. RADSCI 05 INTERDISCIPLINARY PATIENT CARE SKILLS LAB (0--)(F). An interdisciplinary team approach is used to teach basic patient care skills and interventions to restore and protect health. (Pass/Fail.) COREQ: RADSCI 0. RADSCI LABORATORY PRACTICUM (0--)(F). Laboratory demonstration and practice of the radiographic positions and procedures discussed in RADSCI. COREQ: RADSCI. RADSCI LABORATORY PRACTICUM (0--)(S). Laboratory demonstration and practice of the radiographic positions and procedures discussed in RADSCI. RADSCI RADIOGRAPHIC POSITIONING I (-0-)(F). Basic concepts and procedures used in obtaining diagnostic radiographs of the upper and lower extremities, chest, and abdomen. COREQ: RADSCI. RADSCI 5 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTED RADIOGRAPHY (-0-)(F). Introduction to computer processing coupled with the theory and application of scintillation as used in computed radiography for digital image application. COREQ: RADSCI, 7. Boise State University Undergraduate Catalog

4 Chapter Academic Programs and Courses RADSCI RADIATION PRODUCTION AND ANALOG IMAGING (-0-)(F). Introduction to the basic principles of x-ray machine operation, production of x-radiation, and its interaction with matter. The factors affecting exposure values, fog, scatter, density, contrast, detail and distortion will be evaluated during image analysis for all aspects of analog imaging. COREQ: RADSCI 7 and PHYS 0. RADSCI 7 RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNICAL LABORATORY (0--)(F). Laboratory experience applying the principles of x-ray machine operation for image analysis in analog and digital applications. COREQ: RADSCI 5,. RADSCI 8 ADVANCED TECHNICAL IMAGING (-0-)(S). In-depth analysis of all factors affecting the radiographic image with primary emphasis on problem solving and reasoning. Fluoroscopy, image intensification, tomography, Automatic Exposure Control, and specialized imaging procedures will be included. PREREQ: RADSCI 5,. RADSCI 9 DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY (-0-)(S). Analysis of the formation and manipulation of the digital radiographic image using direct and indirect digital acquisition processes. PREREQ: RADSCI 5. RADSCI 0 RADIATION BIOLOGY-PROTECTION (-0-)(S) (Diversity). General survey of radiation hazards and the potential consequences to both technologist and patient. The most appropriate means of minimizing the radiation dose will be emphasized. PREREQ: RADSCI major or PERM/INST. RADSCI INTRODUCTION TO RADIOGRAPHY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE (-0-)(F)(Diversity). Introduction to clinical agency structure, health law and ethics, professionalism and initial clinical practice. Professional observation required. PREREQ: RADSCI major or PERM/INST. RADSCI RADIOGRAPHIC POSITIONING II (-0-)(S). Continuation of RADSCI. Basic concepts and procedures used in obtaining diagnostic radiographs of the bony thorax, pelvic girdles, pelvis, hips, spine and craniofacial anatomy. Laboratory demonstration included in RADSCI. RADSCI CONTRAST MEDIA EXAMINATIONS (-0-)(S). Study of radiographic procedures that require the use of contrast media and advanced equipment, sterile technique, advanced methods and/or invasive patient procedures. PREREQ: RADSCI 05. RADSCI 85 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES CLINICAL EXPERIENCE (0--)(S). Supervised clinical hospital experience. The student must complete 75% minimum of recently taught radiographic exams. PREREQ: RADSCI. Upper Division RADSCI 0 PHARMACOLOGY AND CONTRAST MEDIAS (-0-) (F/S)(Diversity). Concepts of pharmacology as it relates to the delivery of contrast medias and selected medications associated with contrast media reactions. PREREQ: HLTHST. RADSCI RADIOGRAPHIC PRACTICUM (0--)(S). An evaluation of the synthesis of advanced radiographic concepts. Identified areas of weakness will be addressed. PREREQ: PHYS 0, RADSCI, RADSCI 8. RADSCI 0 INTRODUCTION TO SECTIONAL ANATOMY (-0-)(S). Identification of sectional anatomy utilizing various acquisition modes and modalities. PREREQ: BIOL 8. RADSCI 8 PACS (-0-)(F). Analysis of new radiographic imaging systems to include information management with PACS, RIS, and HIS for computed and direct digital imaging applications. PREREQ: RADSCI 8. RADSCI 0 RADIOGRAPHIC QUALITY ASSURANCE (-0-)(S). Theory and application of quality assurance techniques for radiographic equipment. Includes demonstrations with various quality assurance instruments. Principles and techniques of daily photographic quality assurance will be introduced. PREREQ: RADSCI. RADSCI 50 MEDICAL AND SURGICAL DISEASES (-0-)(S). General survey of various diseases and pathology of the human body as they pertain to radiology. Emphasis on how pathology is demonstrated on medical images and its effect on radiographic diagnosis. PREREQ: RADSCI. RADSCI 0 SPECIAL RADIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES (-0-)(S) (Diversity). Fundamental concepts of the more specialized radiographic procedures with emphasis on the systemic circulatory system, mammography, and bone density studies. PREREQ: RADSCI. RADSCI 75 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES CLINICAL EXPERIENCE (0-0-)(SU). Supervised clinical hospital experience. The student must demonstrate competency of recently taught radiographic exams plus continued competency of the exams previously evaluated. PREREQ: RADSCI 85. RADSCI 7 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES CLINICAL EXPERIENCE (0-0-)(SU). Supervised clinical hospital experience. The student must demonstrate competency of recently taught radiographic exams plus continued competency of the exams previously evaluated. PREREQ: RADSCI 75. RADSCI 85 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES CLINICAL EXPERIENCE (0--)(F). Supervised clinical hospital experience. The student must complete a minimum 0% of exams involving the skull, 0% exams in special procedures, and 50% continued competency exam list. PREREQ: RADSCI 75. RADSCI 9 RADIOLOGIC COLLOQUIUM (-0-)(S). Topics will be selected from current health care issues. These topics will be presented for discussion by appropriate health care professionals. PREREQ: RADSCI major or PERM/INST. RADSCI 95 RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES CLINICAL EXPERIENCE (0--)(S). Supervised clinical hospital experience. The student must complete a minimum 0% of special procedures and 50% continued competency exam list. Plus rotation in minor affiliates. PREREQ: RADSCI 85. RADSCI 00 DEVELOPMENT OF AN IMAGING DEPARTMENT (-0-) (S). Introduction to the set up and operation of a radiology department including design principles, projection of demands, and providing for growth and development. Structural and shielding requirements will be discussed. RADSCI 0 COMPARATIVE SECTIONAL IMAGING IN THE RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES (-0-)(F). Identification of basic anatomy on medical images produced by ultrasound, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance. Application will include imaging of the sagittal, coronal, and transverse body planes. Limited to Certified Radiologic Technologists. Boise State University Undergraduate Catalog 5

5 Chapter Academic Programs and Courses RADSCI 0 PRINCIPLES OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING I (-0-)(F). Provides an introduction to the physical and biological principles of MRI. Includes physics of electricity and magnetism, image production, image weighting and basic pulse sequences as well as safety procedures and bioeffects of MRI. Limited to Certified Radiologic Technologists. PREREQ: PERM/INST. RADSCI 0L PRINCIPLES OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING I LABORATORY (0--)(F). Clinical applications of patient positioning, coil selection, choice of pulse sequence parameters, post-processing techniques, cardiac and respiratory gating procedures, and patient assessment and monitoring. COREQ: RADSCI 0. RADSCI PROCEDURAL CASE STUDIES IN MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING I (0--)(F). Use of case studies to demonstrate the correlation of image acquisition and manipulation to common pathologic processes of the musculoskeletal and central nervous systems. COREQ: RADSCI 5. RADSCI PRINCIPLES OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING II (-0-)(S). Provides a comprehensive overview of advanced physical principles and applications of MRI. Includes MR angiography, spectroscopy, diffusion/perfusion studies, subsecond imaging methods and quality assurance procedures. PREREQ: RADSCI 0. RADSCI L PRINCIPLES OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING II LABORATORY (0--)(S). Clinical applications to correlate the physical principles of the advanced MRI applications. COREQ: RADSCI. RADSCI PROCEDURAL CASE STUDIES IN MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING II (0--)(S). Use of case studies to demonstrate the correlation of image acquisition and manipulation of common pathologic processes of the thorax, abdomen and vascular systems. COREQ: RADSCI. RADSCI 5 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING I (0-0-)(F). Supervised clinical experience in the special imaging area of magnetic resonance. Limited to students in the magnetic resonance imaging program. PREREQ: or COREQ: RADSCI 0. RADSCI CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING II (0-0-) (S). Supervised clinical experience in the special imaging area of magnetic resonance. Students will provide evidence of proficiency for required examinations. PREREQ: RADSCI 5. RADSCI 50 PRINCIPLES OF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY (-0-) (F). Provides descriptive information of the basic principles of physics and instrumentation relative to computed tomography. Historical development, mathematical and physical concepts of operation, component and systems integration, and peripheral apparatus will be included. Limited to Certified Radiologic Technologists. RADSCI 50L PRINCIPLES OF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY LABORATORY (0--)(F). Analysis of application principles relating the physics and instrumentation of computed tomography to the final image. COREQ: RADSCI 50. RADSCI 5 PROCEDURAL CASE STUDIES IN COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY (0--)(F/S). Provides discussion and evaluation of current clinical applications in computed tomography, allowing for analysis of procedural variation depending upon patient characteristics and pathologic processes. COREQ: RADSCI 55. RADSCI 55 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY (0-0-)(F/S). Supervised clinical experience in a computed tomography imaging facility; Requires performance and documentation of clinical competencies. PRE/COREQ: RADSCI 50. COREQ: RADSCI 5. RADSCI 0 SONOGRAPHIC PHYSICS AND INSTRUMENTATION (-0-)(F). Provides the student with a thorough knowledge of basic acoustic physics and its application in the field of diagnostic medical sonography. Content includes an examination of the different types of equipment available for medical ultrasonic procedures, quality control, and safety features. RADSCI ABDOMINAL SONOGRAPHY (-0-)(F). Provides descriptive information on the sonographic procedures of the abdomen, to include: normal sonographic anatomy, pathology, pathophysiology, clinical signs and symptoms of disease, differential diagnosis, equipment set-up, scanning techniques, and echographic patterns of abdominal vasculature. RADSCI OBSTETRICS/GYNECOLOGY SONOGRAPHY (-0-) (S). Provides information on the basic female pelvic anatomy and anomalies, obstetrical scanning for the placenta from the first trimester through term, assessment of the gestational age, pathological complication, and patient care and preparation. Also includes general gynecological exams and scanning techniques. RADSCI DOPPLER PROCEDURES (-0-)(S). Provides the foundation needed to understand concepts of producing diagnostic images and information utilizing the various Doppler tools currently available. RADSCI SPECIAL SONOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES (-0-)(S). Provides descriptive information for special sonographic studies to include imaging of the thyroid, parathyroid, neck masses, superficial structures, breast, male reproductive organs, and chest. Also includes orthopedic, pediatric, ophthalmic, and thoracentesis application. RADSCI 7 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY I (0--)(F). Supervised clinical experience in diagnostic medical sonography. presented in lecture. Limited to students in the ultrasound program. RADSCI 8 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY II (0--5)(S). Supervised clinical experience in diagnostic medical sonography. presented in lecture. PREREQ: RADSCI 7. RADSCI 9 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY III (0-9-)(SU). Supervised experience in diagnostic medical sonography. presented in lecture. PREREQ: RADSCI 8. Boise State University Undergraduate Catalog

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