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Senior Presentation

My presentation on Radiological and Imaging Sciences.
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Brenda Sarabia

on 19 May 2010

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Radiation Therapy Diagnostic Medical Sonography General Concentration
Echocardiography Concentration


Practice a form of medical imaging that uses
computerized high frequencey sounds waves and doppler signals to veiw specific areas of the body. Use high frequency sound waves and dopplar signals
focus to view Cardiovascular anatomy and functions They are responsible for accurately recording, interpreting and administering the proper treatment prescribed by the radiation oncologist. Radiaiton Therapy Team Members Radiation Therapist play a major role in the treatment plan. This group consists of:
medical and radiation oncology physicians
medical physicists
dosimetrists and oncology nurses
dietitians Radiological
and
Imaging Sciences Three Types Diagnostic Medical Sonography Radiation Therapy My Future Career... Radiaditon Therapist Grand Valley State University for 4-5 years Radiological Sciences What is Radiological Sciences

MTH 122 - College Algebra Credits: 3
WRT 150 - Strategies in Writing Credits: 4
SWS Course (may include hours in gen ed) Credits: 3
Junior writing assessment (or WRT 305) Credits: 3
General Education Requirements (33 credits)
Recommended General Education courses:

SOC 280 - Social Problems
PSY 101 - Introductory Psychology
BMS 202 - Anatomy and Physiology
MTH 122 - College Algebra
B.S. Cognate (10 credits)
STA 215 - Introductory Applied Statistics Credits: 3
BMS 202 - Anatomy and Physiology Credits: 4
SS 300 - Research Methods in the Social Sciences Credits: 3
OR
PSY 300 - Research Methods in Psychology Credits: 3
OR
HPR 301 - Inquiry Into Evidence Based Practice Credits: 3
OR
BMS 301 - Introduction to Research in the Biomedical Sciences Credits: 3
(Note: STA 215 is a pre-requisite for these 4 research courses)
Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Core Courses (13 credits)
RIS 441 - Gross Human Sectional Anatomy Credits: 4
RI 401 - Computer Applications Credits: 3
RIS 310 - Radiologic & Imaging Sciences Management Credits: 3
RIS 320 - Principles of Radiologic Imaging Sciences Credits: 3
Radiation Therapy Major Courses (54 credits)
RIS 322 - Radiation Protection Physics Credits: 2
RIT 330 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices I Credits: 4
RIT 331 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices I Lab Credits: 1
RIT 420 - Radiation Therapy Physics I Credits: 2
RIT 332 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices II Credits: 3
RIT 333 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices II Lab Credits: 1
RIT 361 - Radiation Therapy Clinical Ed I Credits: 2
RIT 362 - Radiation Therapy Clinical Education II Credits: 4
RIT 422 - Radiation Therapy Physics II Credits: 2
RIT 430 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices III Credits: 3
RIT 431 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices III Lab Credits: 1
RIT 460 - Radiation Therapy Clinical Education III Credits: 3
RIT 470 - Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning Credits: 2
RIT 471 - Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning Lab Credits: 1
RIS 424 - Computed Tomography Instrumentation Credits: 2
RIT 322 - Radiation Biology Credits: 2
RIT 432 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices IV Credits: 3
RIT 433 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices Lab IV Credits: 1
RIT 461 - Radiation Therapy Clinical Education IV Credits: 3
RIT 472 - Introduction to Medical Dosimetry Credits: 2
RIT 473 - Introduction to Medical Dosimetry Lab Credits: 1
RIT 495 - Advanced Clinical Problems in Radiation Therapy Credits: 3
RIS 458 - Neoplastic Clinical RIS Credits: 3
RIS 452 - GI-GU Clinical Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Credits: 3
Suggested Order of Coursework for a Major in Radiation Therapy
Freshman Fall Semester
HPR 100 - Medical Terminology Credits: 2
MTH 122 - College Algebra Credits: 3
WRT 150 - Strategies in Writing Credits: 4
General Education Theme Elective Credits: 3
General Education Elective (Historical Prespectives) Credits: 3
Freshman Winter Semester
BMS 202 - Anatomy and Physiology Credits: 4
MTH 123 - Trigonometry Credits: 3 (If needed for GVSU Physics)
PSY 101 - Introductory Psychology Credits: 3
SOC 280 - Social Problems Credits: 3
General Education (World Perspectives) Credits: 3
Sophomore Fall Semester
STA 215 - Introductory Applied Statistics Credits: 3
BMS 208 - Human Anatomy Credits: 3
PHY 220 - General Physics I Credits: 5
General Education (Theme) Credits: 3
Sophomore Winter Semester
One of the following:

SS 300 - Research Methods in the Social Sciences Credits: 3
PSY 300 - Research Methods in Psychology Credits: 3
HPR 301 - Inquiry Into Evidence Based Practice Credits: 3
BMS 301 - Introduction to Research in the Biomedical Sciences Credits: 3
AND

BMS 309 - Laboratory in Human Anatomy Credits: 1
General Education (Theme) Credits: 3
General Education (Philosophy & Lit) Credits: 3
General Education Elective (Arts) Credits: 3
Junior Fall Semester
RI 401 - Computer Applications Credits: 3
RIS 322 - Radiation Protection Physics Credits: 2
RIS 458 - Neoplastic Clinical RIS Credits: 3
RIT 330 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices I Credits: 4
RIT 331 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices I Lab Credits: 1
Junior Winter Semester
RIS 320 - Principles of Radiologic Imaging Sciences Credits: 3
RIS 441 - Gross Human Sectional Anatomy Credits: 4
RIT 420 - Radiation Therapy Physics I Credits: 2
RIT 332 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices II Credits: 3
RIT 333 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices II Lab Credits: 1
RIT 361 - Radiation Therapy Clinical Ed I Credits: 2
Junior Spring/Summer Semester
RIT 362 - Radiation Therapy Clinical Education II Credits: 4
Senior Fall Semester
RIS 452 - GI-GU Clinical Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Credits: 3
RIT 422 - Radiation Therapy Physics II Credits: 2
RIT 430 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices III Credits: 3
RIT 431 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices III Lab Credits: 1
RIT 460 - Radiation Therapy Clinical Education III Credits: 3
RIT 470 - Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning Credits: 2
RIT 471 - Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning Lab Credits: 1
RIS 424 - Computed Tomography Instrumentation Credits: 2
Senior Winter Semester
RIS 310 - Radiologic & Imaging Sciences Management Credits: 3
RIT 322 - Radiation Biology Credits: 2
RIT 432 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices IV Credits: 3
RIT 433 - Radiation Therapy Principles and Practices Lab IV Credits: 1
RIT 461 - Radiation Therapy Clinical Education IV Credits: 3
RIT 472 - Introduction to Medical Dosimetry Credits: 2
RIT 473 - Introduction to Medical Dosimetry Lab Credits: 1
RIT 495 - Advanced Clinical Problems in Radiation Therapy Credits: 3 Brenda Sarabia Senior Presentation A department dedicated to clinical investigation and patient care in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and related diseases. (Adult Echocardiography and Pediatric Echocardiography or Vascular Sonography) (Abdominal and Obstetrics-Gynecology) Use ionizing radiation to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors Radiation Therapy Bachelor of Science in Radiation Therapy
Requirements for a Major in Radiation Therapy
Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Prerequisites
HPR 100 - Medical Terminology Credits: 2
BMS 202 - Anatomy and Physiology Credits: 4
BMS 208 - Human Anatomy Credits: 3
BMS 309 - Laboratory in Human Anatomy Credits: 1
MTH 123 - Trigonometry Credits: 3
PHY 220 - General Physics I Credits: 5
PHY 221 - General Physics II Credits: 5
PSY 101 - Introductory Psychology Credits: 3
SOC 280 - Social Problems Credits: 3
Basic Skills (10 to 13 credits)
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