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Title: LMI Online Program Tutorial Bachelor of Science Degree in Imaging Sciences (BSIS) Area of Concentration: Leadership in Medical Imaging (LMI)


1
LMI Online Program Tutorial Bachelor of
Science Degree in Imaging Sciences (BSIS) Area
of Concentration Leadership in Medical
Imaging (LMI)
  • Admission
  • Application
  • Curriculum Degree Requirements
  • Academic Policy
  • Graduation

2
Welcome
  • Dear Student
  •  
  • Welcome to the Leadership in Medical
    Imaging Program at Morehead State University. I
    am pleased that you have selected our program to
    further your education in Imaging Sciences.
  •  
  • I hope this will provide some useful
    information about the LMI program. Additional
    information may be found on our website at
    www.moreheadstate.edu and in Morehead State
    Universitys Undergraduate Catalog. I encourage
    you to read this carefully and to clarify any
    questions you may have, as this information is
    important to your success at Morehead State
    University. All students are responsible for
    reading and adhering to the program admissions,
    application and curriculum/degree requirements as
    provided in this document.
  •  
  • The faculty and I wish you success in your
    pursuit of a career in Imaging Sciences. 
  • Sincerely,
  • Barbara L. Dehner, MSRS, R.T. (R) (M) (CT) ARRT,
    FAERS
  • Chair, Department of Imaging Sciences

3
Program Description
  • The Bachelor of Imaging Sciences - Leadership in
    Medical Imaging is an online degree available to
    registered practitioners in therapeutic and
    imaging sciences. This part-time program is
    planned for the working practitioner who wants to
    pursue a leadership role in imaging sciences.
  • Following program admission, the student should
    contact their assigned advisor.

4
  • ADMISSIONS

5
Admission Criteria
  • A. Unconditional acceptance to Morehead State
    University through Enrollment. Enrollment
    Services may be contacted at 606-783-2000,
    1-800-585-6781, or www.moreheadstate.edu/admission
    s.
  • B. Graduate of a programmatic accredited program
    (radiography, computed tomography, magnetic
    resonance, diagnostic medical sonography, nuclear
    medicine or radiation therapy). Non-programmatic
    accredited programs will be reviewed on an
    individual basis.

6
Admission Criteria Continued..
  • C. Completion of the following 15 credit hours of
  • pre-requisite courses
  • CIS 101 - Computers for Learning - 3 credit
    hours
  • CMSP 108 - Fundamentals of Speech
    Communication
  • 3 credit hours
  • ENG 100 - Writing I - 3 credit hours
  • ENG 200 - Writing II - 3 credit hours
  • MATH 131 or Higher - Mathematical Reasoning
    and Problem Solving - 3 credit hours

7
Admission Criteria Continued..
  • D. Have a cumulative grade point average (GPA)
    of 2.5 or higher on all course work required for
    admission to the program.
  • E. Registered and in good standing by a
    respective certification agency, for example
    American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
    (ARRT), American Registry of Diagnostic Medical
    Sonography (ARDMS), or Nuclear Medicine
    Technology Certification Board (NMTCB).

8
Application Procedure
  • Applications will be accepted beginning in
    January for the fall semester and must be
    received by the 4th Monday in March. Applications
    will be accepted beginning in August for the
    spring semester and must be received by the 4th
    Monday in October. Late applications may be
    considered until the class is filled.

9
  • How do I apply to the program?

10
Application Procedure Continued..
  • Submit a complete application packet with the
    following required materials
  • 1. Department of Imaging Sciences BSIS Admission
    Application designating the Leadership in Medical
    Imaging online program.
  • 2. Official transcripts documenting all courses
    required for admission.

11
Application Procedure Continued..
  • 3. Copy of course description(s) if course
    equivalencies are not listed on the transfer
    credit webpage located at http//www.moreheadstate
    .edu/registrar/index.aspx?id3942.
  • 4. Copy of current certification card, for
    example American Registry of Radiologic
    Technologists (ARRT), American Registry of
    Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS), or Nuclear
    Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB).

12
Application Times
  • Application for admission into the
    BSIS-Leadership in Medical Imaging online program
    is made in the spring semester prior to fall
    classes and in the fall semester prior to spring
    classes.

13
For More Information.
  • Please contact Misty Lilley, Regional Academic
    Counseling Coordinator at (606) 783-2639 or
    m.lilley_at_moreheadstate.edu for additional
    information.

14
  • CURRICULUM

15
  • What are the requirements for the BSIS degree?

16
Degree Requirements
  • The BSIS (LMI) degree requires a total 129 credit
    hours.
  • 43 hours must be at the 300 level or above.
  • This means 7 additional hours are needed beyond
    those obtained by completing the LMI courses.
  • These hours are obtained form the following
    areas
  • General Education Requirements
  • Imaging Discipline
  • Required Core

17
MSU Degree Requirements
  • MSU 101 Introduction to University Life (if
    applicable)
  • Total General Education Requirements.4
    8
  • Imaging Discipline..48
  • Required Core..33
  • Program Total...129
  •   These hours may range from 32-48 depending on
    imaging discipline/hours completed. Students
    must earn a minimum of 128 hours to meet degree
    requirements.

18
  • Area Studies
  • General Education Requirements

19
Area Studies General Education Requirements
  • Humanities 9
  • Natural and Mathematical Sciences
    9
  • Practical Living 3
  • Social Behavioral Sciences 9
  • RSCI 499C - Senior Seminar in Radiologic Sciences
    3
  • Total...33
  • 43 hours must be taken at a 300 or above level.
  • NOTE MSU 499C can be taken instead of RSCI 499C.
  • Students who transfer from KCTCS schools as Gen
    Ed certified automatically meet these
    requirements.

20
  • Requirements for Imaging Discipline

21
Imaging Discipline
  • Applicants may receive transfer credit for
    courses completed during their professional
    curriculum in an accredited program.
  • The number of hours that are transferable to MSU
    will vary with different programs.
  • Each applicant will be reviewed on an individual
    basis.

22
  • If the transfer credit, for the imaging
    discipline, does not equate to the 32-48 hours
    required by Morehead State Universitys Imaging
    Sciences curriculum, the student must complete
    the deficient number of hours from the approved
    courses listed below to meet degree requirements
    of 128 hours
  • CMSP 390 - Conflict and Communication.3
  • IMS 300 - Ethical Legal Issues in Health
    Care.3
  • IMS 302 - Hlth Maint. Throughout the Life
    Span..3
  • IMS 402 - Allied Health Research...3
  • MATH 353 - Statistics...3
  • MNGT 301 - Principles of Management.3
  • SOC 354 - The Individual and Society3

23
  • Requirements for Core Courses
  • Which CORE courses do I have to take?

24
Required Core Courses
  • IMS 321 - Intro to Multi-Disciplinary Health
    Services....3
  • IMS 331 - Issues and Trends in Hlth. Care Del.
    Systems.3
  • IMS 341 - Sect. Anatomy for the Med. Imaging
    Prof..3
  • IMS 351 - Picture Archiving Comm. Systems.3
  • IMS 361 - Leadership for the Health Care
    Professional...3
  • IMS 401 - Health Care Law and Policy3
  • IMS 421 - Prog. Planning, Evaluation
    Assessment..3
  • IMS 431 - Operations Management in Health
    Care..3
  • IMS 471 - Teach. Methodologies in Imaging
    Sciences3
  • IMS 481 - Fiscal Management in Health Care..3
  • IMS 491 - Curriculum Dev. in Imaging
    Sciences.3
  • Total33 hours
  • Note This is equal to 33 hours toward the 43
    hours required at the 300 or above level.

25
  • There will be two LMI courses offered each
    semester.
  • If needed, general education or 300 level course
    can be taken each semester.

26
Tentative Course Sequence Cont..
  • Fall Semester 2009
  • IMS 351 Picture Archiving and Communicating
    Systems
  • IMS 491 Curriculum Development in Imaging
    Sciences
  • General Education Elective
  • General Education Elective

27
Tentative Course Sequence Cont..
  • Spring Semester 2010
  • IMS 331 Issues and Trends in Healthcare
    Delivery
  • RSCI/IMS 499C Capstone
  • General Education Elective
  • General Education Elective

28
Tentative Course Sequence Cont..
  • Fall Semester 2010
  • IMS 361 Leadership for the Health Care
    Professional
  • IMS 321 Introduction to Multi-Disciplinary
    Health Services
  • General Education Elective
  • General Education Elective

29
Tentative Course Sequence Cont..
  • Spring Semester 2011
  • IMS 341 Sectional Anatomy for the Medical
    Imaging Professional
  • IMS 431 Operations Management in Healthcare
  • General Education Elective
  • General Education Elective

30
Tentative Course Sequence Cont..
  • Fall Semester 2011
  • IMS 481 Fiscal Management in Healthcare
  • IMS 471 Teaching Methodologies in Imaging
    Sciences
  • General Education Elective
  • General Education Elective

31
Tentative Course Sequence Cont..
  • Spring Semester 2012
  • IMS 401 Healthcare Law and Policy
  • IMS 421 Program Planning, Evaluation and
    Assessment
  • General Education Elective
  • General Education Elective

32
  • How does a student know which courses MSU
    recognizes to meet the degree requirements?

33
Students Ability to Evaluate Their Program
Standing
  • Students can review their academic progress and
    determine what courses they are lacking toward
    the degree by following these steps
  • 1. Log on to your Datatel Web Account.
  • 2. Click on Program Evaluation.
  • 3. Choose one active program and click
    Leadership in Medical Imaging.
  • 4. A question at the bottom requires you to
    answer What work do you want to include?
  • Select R Registered/pre-registered.
  • 5. Click on Submit.
  •  

34
  • What does a student have to do to maintain
  • good standing in the program?

35
Academic Policy
  • A. Academic Standards
  • PURPOSE To outline the academic standards for
    the department.
  • The student will
  • 1. Achieve a minimum grade of C in all core
    (LMI) courses.
  • 2. Achieve a minimum cumulative grade point
    average of 2.5 by the completion of the program.

36
Academic Policy Continued..
  • B. Standards for Progression
  • PURPOSE To outline standards for progression in
    the department.
  • 1. The student will achieve a minimum grade of
    C in all core (LMI) courses.
  • 2. If the student does not meet requirement 1,
    he/she will be permitted to progress in the
    program courses, but must repeat the course to
    remove the deficiency to meet degree
    requirements.  
  • 3. The student will adhere to the following
    guidelines with respect to deficiencies
  • a. A program course may only be taken twice to
    earn the required grade of C.
  • b. A maximum of two program courses may be
    repeated.
  • 4. The BSIS student must provide documentation
    of current certification in one of the Imaging
    Sciences disciplines.

37
  • How does a student apply for graduation?

38
Applying for Graduation Requirement
  • An Application for Degree form must be submitted
    to the MSU Registrar's office at least one
    semester before degree requirements are
    completed. The form is available from the
    Registrar (201 Ginger Hall) and should be
    submitted in January prior to graduation. A list
    of degree candidates is posted outside the MSU
    Registrar's office at least two weeks prior to
    the end of each term. (For further details see
    the university catalog). Graduates may go
    through the May Commencement ceremony prior to
    their completion of the program

39
  • Frequently Asked Questions

40
  • Question
  • What are the 15 pre-requisite credit hours for?
  • Answer
  • These hours are for admission to the program.
    They do not meet the requirements for the general
    education hours needed for a BSIS degree.

41
  • Question
  • What 3 things must I complete for admission to
    the program?
  • Answer
  • 1. Unconditional acceptance to Morehead State
    University through Enrollment Services
  • 2. Graduate of a programmatic accredited program
    (radiography, computed tomography, magnetic
    resonance, diagnostic medical sonography, nuclear
    medicine or radiation therapy).
  • 3. Completion of 15 credit hours of
  • pre-requisite courses.
  • 4. Have a cumulative grade point average (GPA)
    of 2.5 or higher on all course work
    required for admission to the program.
  • 5.Registered and in good standing by a
    respective certification agency.

42
  • Question
  • How do I apply to the program?
  • Answer
  • Submit a complete application packet with the
    following required materials
  • 1. Department of Imaging Sciences BSIS Admission
    Application designating the Leadership in Medical
    Imaging online program.
  • Official transcripts documenting all courses
    required for admission.
  • Copy of course description(s) if course
    equivalencies are not listed on the transfer
    credit webpage located at http//www.moreheadstate
    .edu/registrar/index.aspx?id3942.
  • 4. Copy of current certification card, for
    example American Registry of Radiologic
    Technologists (ARRT), American Registry of
    Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS), or Nuclear
    Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB).

43
  • Question
  • How many credit hours are required for a BSIS
    degree?
  • Answer
  • The BSIS (LMI) degree requires a minimum of 128
    credit hours.

44
  • Question
  • How many hours are required in each area?
  • Answer
  • Total General Education Requirements
    48
  • Imaging Discipline32-48
  • Required Core..33

45
  • Question
  • How many LMI courses will be offered each
    semester?
  • Answer
  • Two (2)

46
  • Question
  • How many hours are required at the 300 level or
    above?
  • Answer
  • 43 hours must be at the 300 level or above.
  • This means 7 additional hours are needed beyond
    those obtained by completing the LMI core
    courses.

47
  • Question
  • What are the area studies general education
    requirements?
  • Answer
  • Humanities 9
  • Natural and Mathematical Sciences
    9
  • Practical Living 3
  • Social Behavioral Sciences 9
  • RSCI 499C - Senior Seminar in Radiologic Sciences
    3
  • Total...33
  • 43 hours must be taken at a 300 or above level.

48
  • Question
  • Can additional general education courses be
    taken each semester?
  • Answer
  • Yes

49
  • Question
  • What academic standards must be maintained for
    the program for the program?
  • Answer
  • 1. Achieve a minimum grade of C in all core
    (LMI) courses.
  • 2. Achieve a minimum cumulative grade point
    average of 2.5 by the completion of the program.

50
  • Question
  • What requirements must be met for progression
    in the program?
  • Answer
  • 1. The student will achieve a minimum grade of
    C in all core (LMI) courses.
  • 2. If the student does not meet requirement 1,
    he/she will be permitted to progress in the
    program courses, but must repeat the course to
    remove the deficiency to meet degree
    requirements.  
  • 3. The student will adhere to the following
    guidelines with respect to deficiencies
  • a. A program course may only be taken twice to
    earn the required grade of C.
  • b. A maximum of two program courses may be
    repeated.
  • 4. The BSIS student must provide documentation
    of current certification in one of the Imaging
    Sciences disciplines.

51
  • Question
  • When should I apply for graduation?
  • Answer
  • The form is available from the Registrar (201
    Ginger Hall) and should be submitted in January
    prior to graduation.

52
  • Developed 12/09 by Lynda N. Donathan,
    M.S.,R.T.(R) (M)(CT)(MR) Assistant Professor of
    Imaging Sciences
  • The End.
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