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The Radiation Sciences Distance Education courses are offered by Radiologic Technology & Diagnostic Medical Sonography Education. They are web-based & designed to provide the information identified in The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Examination Content Specifications for CVI, CT, and MRI, and The American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers exam content for sonography principles and instrumentation, abdomen, obstetrics and gynecology, vascular technology, and breast sonography.
Non-degree seeking students who meet the required course prerequisite(s) may enroll in the courses through The University of Iowa Continuing Education by completing the enrollment procedure.For questions relating to non-degree seeking enrollment contact:Phone: 319-335-2575Toll-Free: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students enrolled in the distance education (DE) courses will be assessed tuition and the technology fee for the total semester hours of enrollment. Non-resident students that are ONLY registered for off-campus DE courses are eligible for resident tuition. Students registered for off-campus DE and on-campus courses will be assessed the applicable resident or nonresident tuition and the technology fee. Fees are based on the total semester hours of enrollment.Financial aid is not available for non-degree seeking students.
* Applies when non-resident student is also taking on-campus non-DE courses
Degree-seeking students need to contact the Radiation Sciences to discuss requirements before enrolling. Students must admit to The University of Iowa, College of Medicine, Radiation Sciences major, PRIOR to enrolling in any CVI, CT or MRI courses for them to count toward the degree. (DMS does not offer a BS degree route.)
For questions relating to degree-seeking enrollment contact:Webpage: BS in Radiation SciencesPhone: 319-353-8388Email: email@example.com
Enrollees may register as auditors if approval is granted by the course instructor and, for admitted students, the departmental adviser. Registration for (or a change in registration to) 0 semester hours must be made. The mark of "R" (registered) will be assigned if the student's attendance and performance are satisfactory; if they are unsatisfactory, the mark of "W" (withdrawn) will be assigned. Courses completed with a mark of "R" will not meet any college requirements and will carry no credit toward graduation. Auditing may not be used as a second-grade-only option. Requests for audit registration must be made by the appropriate academic deadline. You will pay fees for auditing a course according to the number of semester hours for which the course is offered.The AART will not award continuing education credits for audited courses.
The ARRT awards 16 category A CE credits per semester hour for each of the following courses. A grade of "C" or better in the course(s) is required to obtain this credit. Select for information on how to receive this credit. If you are audited it will be necessary for you to send a copy of your transcript to the ARRT for proof of attendance.
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