Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences

Dean: Richard States, D.H.Sc.; 419-434-4677

Program Director: Hertenstein

Associate Professor: Smith

Assistant Professor of Teaching: Hertenstein

Instructors of Teaching: Gross, Stinehelfer

Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences

The MSRS program would provide advanced training to nuclear medicine technologists seeking to become multi-modality technologists, radiology directors, administrators, researchers, and educators. The program features further training in the fields of positron emission tomography (PET), computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance (MR) in order to obtain national certification board eligibility. The program will meet all didactic and clinical requirements of these certification boards.

Admissions Requirements

Due to national board certification requirements in Positron Emission Tomography, student must be certified in nuclear medicine through the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) or the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) prior to admittance into this program.

Degree Requirements

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 660Cross-Sectional Anatomy

2

MSRS 670MR Principles and Procedures

2

MSRS 680Radiologic Science Clinical

Variable

MSRS 690Radiologic Science Capstone

1

And two of the following:

HCMG 600Managed Care

3

HCMG 610Healthcare Regulations and Public Policy

3

HCMG 620Healthcare Financial Analysis and Control

3

MSRS 680: minimum of 16 hours