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Admission Requirements per Concentration

Anesthesia Technology

Anesthesia Technology Admission Requirements: Preference will be given to students who can document an overall natural science G.P.A. of 2.5 in college level course work and a strong background in the recommended coursework (minimum “C” grade in each course and an overall G.P.A. of 2.5). Recommended coursework includes at least one semester of chemistry, biology, psychology, human anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology. Preference is given to students who document health care experience (paid or volunteer) and/or community service. All offers of admissions into the Anesthesia Technology non-credit program are conditional. Requirements for admission into the non-credit program are as follows: maintain an overall senior year G.P.A. of 2.5; successfully complete all fall semester coursework and successfully complete each of the following courses with a minimum grade of C and an overall spring semester G.P.A. of 2.5 (HAN 434 Corporate Compliance and Regulation; HAN 481 Introduction to Anesthesia; HAN 483 Cardiopulmonary Physiology for Anesthesia Technology; HAN 485 Clinical Monitoring; HAN 489 Pharmacology Anesthesia). 

Medical Dosimetry

Medical Dosimetry Admission Requirements: Preference is given to students who document coursework in human anatomy and physiology; complete the following math and physics sequence: Physics 131/132 or Physics 125/126/127; Calculus MAT 125 or MAT 131 with a grade of C+ or better; and have a HAN 392, 394 or 395 mid semester grade (above average). Preference is given to students who document health care experience (paid or volunteer) and/or community service. All offers of admissions into the Medical Dosimetry non-credit program are conditional. Requirements for admission into the non-credit program are as follows: maintain an overall senior year G.P.A. of 2.5; successfully complete all fall semester course work; receive a grade of C+ or higher either HAN 392, HAN 394 or HAN 395; successfully complete both of the following courses with a minimum grade of C and an overall spring semester G.P.A. of 2.5 (HAN 482 Introduction to Pathology and HAN 402 Radiographic Anatomy and Pathology). Student must also successfully complete the following courses with a minimum grade of C+ (HAN 486 Principles and Practices of Radiation Therapy, HAN 487 Introduction to Treatment Planning, HAN 490 Fundamentals of Medical Dosimetry and Contouring and HAN 492 Radiation Oncology Physics II).

 Radiologic Technology

Radiologic Technology Admission Requirements: Preference is given to students who document an overall G.P.A. of 2.5 in college level coursework; a strong science and math background (minimum “C” grade in each course and an overall natural science G.P.A. of 2.5 in recommended course work). Recommended coursework to include: calculus, general physics, human anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology. Preference is also be given to students who can document health care experience (paid or volunteer) and/or community service. All offers of admissions into the Radiologic Technology non-credit program are conditional. Requirements for admission into the non-credit program are as follows:  maintain an overall senior year G.P.A. of 2.5; successfully complete all fall semester coursework; receive a grade of C or higher in either HAN 392, HAN 394 or HAN 395; successfully complete each of the following courses with a minimum grade of C and an overall spring semester G.P.A. of 2.5 (HAN 401 Radiobiology and Health Physics; HAN 402 Radiographic Anatomy and Pathology; HAN 404 Radiology Instrumentation; HAN 405 Radiographic Technique and HAN 406 Radiographic Procedures and Positioning I).

 Healthcare Quality: Coding and Reimbursement

Healthcare Quality: Coding and Reimbursement Admission Requirements: Preference will be given to students with an overall G.P.A. of 2.5 in college level coursework; students must demonstrate a strong background (minimum "B" grade in each course and an overall G.P.A. of 2.5 in recommended coursework.  Recommended coursework to include: human anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology.  Preference will also be given for health care experience (paid or volunteer) and or community service. Students must have a mid-semester grade average of 80% or higher in HAN 424. Each application will be reviewed and offers for interview will be extended to the top candidates.  Each candidate is interviewed by a minimum of two people.

 Radiation Therapy

Radiation Therapy Admission Requirements: Admission to the program is competitive. To submit an application students are required to be registered in the Health Science fall semester core course work plus HAN 395 (19 credits fall semester). Preference is given to students who document an overall GPA of 2.5 in college level coursework; a strong science and math background (minimun "C" grade in each course and an overall natural science GPA of 2.5 in recommended course work). Reconmmended coursework to include: calculus, general physics, human anatomy, physiology (HAN 200 and HAN 202), medical terminology (HAN 312), and HAN 395. Applicants must provide documentation of shadowing a radiation therapist for at least 5 days within one year of the application. Preference is also given to students who can document health care experience (paid or volunteer) and/or community service. Note: the average of the exam scores in HAN 395 will be factored into admissions decisions.

All offers of admissions into the Radiation Therapy HTMNC program are conditional. Requirements for admission into the HTMNC program are as follows: maintain an overall senior year GPA of 2.5; successfully complete all fall semester coursework; receive a grade of C+ or higher in fall semester HAN 395; successfully complete each of the following courses with a minimum grade of C+ and an overall spring semester GPA of 2.5 (HAN 486: Principles and Practice of Radiation Therapy; HAN 401: Radiobiology and Health Physics; HAN 402: Radiographic Anantomy and Pathology; HAN 492: Radiation Oncology/Medical Physics; HAN 482 Introduction to Pathology.