Course Requirements

The RA program offers advanced courses in radiologic sciences, including various body systems, interprofessional education, clinical skills, and research. You will complete 60 credit hours of coursework, including clinical preceptorship.

All courses are taught in a hybrid format, which combines face-to-face and online learning. You will be required to attend class on the WSU Ogden campus 2-4 times each semester.

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Fall Semester

MSRS 6100 Research Methods (3)
MSRS 6140 Clinical Laboratory Correlation (3)
MSRS 6403 Evaluation of the Osseous System (3)
MSRS 6413 Evaluation of the Chest (3)
MSRS 6860 Clinical Preceptorship (3)

Spring Semester

MSRS 6120 Research and Statistics (3)
MSRS 6130 Functional Hemodynamics (3)
MSRS 6423 Evaluation of the Abdomen and GI System (3)
MSRS 6433 Evaluation of the Genitourinary System (3)
MSRS 6861 Clinical Preceptorship (3)

Summer Semester

MSRS 6200 Health Behavior and Managerial Epidemiology (3)
MSRS 6463 Problem Patient Management (3)
MSRS 6473 Vascular Non-Invasive Imaging (3)
MSRS 6863 Vascular Invasive Imaging (3)
MSRS 6862 Clinical Preceptorship (3)

Fall Semester

MSRS 6443 Clinical Pathways (3)
MSRS 6453 Evaluation of the CNS and Facial Structures (3)
MSRS 6450 Managing Health Information (3)
MSRS 6900 Capstone: Clinical Fellowship and Portfolio (3)
MSRS 6999 Master's Thesis (3)
   

Contact Us

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. MT

Phone
801.626.6088

Fax
801.626.7966

Email
msrs@weber.edu

Location
Weber State University
Marriott Health Sciences Building
Room 363
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Mailing Address
Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences
Weber State University
3891 Stadium Way Dept 3925
Ogden, UT 84408-3925