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This track is suitable for working professionals. Clinical hours are flexible and can be scheduled on evenings or weekends. Synchronous and asynchronous online class meetings are scheduled in the afternoon, in order to accommodate the working student. Once the clinical portion of the curriculum is complete, the remaining courses in the BSMI program are 100% online and may be taken on a full time or part time course load.

Fall Course # Credit Hours
BIO 311* Cross-sectional Anatomy 3
HSL 300*  Introduction to Health Sciences Organizations 
MRI 300** Introduction to MRI 6
MRI 302** Magnetic Resonance Pathophysiology 1
Spring Course # Credit Hours
MIS 302** Pharmacology for Imaging Professionals 3
MRI 304** MRI Clinical Application 3
MRI 350** Comprehensive Overview of MRI 6
Elective Elective 3
Fall Course # Credit Hours
COM 301*  Communications, Culture and Community 
HSL 350**  Leadership in the Health Service Industry 
IHS 401*  Applied Statistics and Research Methods  3
MIS 401** Information Systems Management for Imaging 3
Spring Course # Credit Hours
HSL 400** Organizational Dynamics and Communication 3
HSL 410** Legal and Ethical Issues in Contemporary Society 3
MIS 400** Medical Imaging Quality Control 3
MIS 450** Imaging Management Internship (capstone) 3
Bachelor Completion Total 52
Associate Degree Block Credit 69***
Total Degree Hours 121

* General Education Course
** Major Course

*** Up to 69 Associate degree credits may be transferred in this curriculum with 45 hours awarded for major imaging courses and 24 associate level general education credits eligible for transfer.  A Bachelor of Science degree requires 30 general education credits. Students with less than 24 general education credits will be required to complete their remaining general education courses at Cabarrus College.

This degree is intended for transfer.