Radiography Comprehensive, Bachelor of Science

Offered by Health Science Programs

General Studies
Foundational Core (Written, Math, Oral, Democracy)
Foundational Core courses12
College Algebra 1
Select one course numbered 1883
Social Sciences6
General Psychology
Natural Sciences9
General Physics I
and Physics I Laboratory
Select one of the following options:
Introductory Chemistry
General Chemistry
and General Chemistry Laboratory
Analytical and Quantitative Thought3
Introduction to Computer Science
Software Productivity Tools
Select one course numbered 3883
BS Science-related course requirements
BIOL 225Anatomy and Physiology4
BIOL 226Anatomy and Physiology4
Major Option
Complete all required courses64
Unrestricted electives
Needed to reach 120 credit hour minimum3
Total Credit Hours120

Major Option

Radiography Comprehensive Requirements
BIOL 325Medical Terminology1
STAT 241Elementary Statistics3
Radiography Comprehensive Electives
Select 5-6 credit hours of the following:5-6
General Biology
Developmental Biology
Human Genetics
Business Communications
Counseling Skills
Introduction to Counseling and Social Advocacy
Introduction to Nutrition 2
Seminar in Health Sciences
Human Resource Management
Health Care Management I - Managing People Effectively
Health Care Management II - Managing Processes Effectively
Emergency Medical Response
Introduction to Anatomical Biomechanics
Introduction to Ethics 2
Human Development 2
Abnormal Behavior and Society
Spanish for Special Purposes
Interpersonal and Relational Communication
Clinical Program
The student must successfully complete a two-year (24 months) clinical training program at an affiliated school of radiography or radiologic technology. 355
Register for the following every semester during clinical training:
Special Topics in Health Sciences 4
Total Credit Hours64-65

Students with sufficient preparation may enter the mathematics program at a higher level.


May apply to General Studies credit.


Students will be awarded 55 credit hours of credit upon satisfactory completion of the clinical training program. The University of Nebraska at Kearney is currently affiliated with eight schools of radiography. These include Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings; Alegent Health in Omaha; Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff; Memorial Health Systems in Colorado Springs, CO; Rapid City Regional Hospital in Rapid City, SD; Sanford Medical Center in Sioux Falls, SD; and Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton, SD. Admission to the clinical portion of the program is competitive and is not automatically assured by successful completion of pre-radiography courses.


This requirement is part of the 55 credit hours of credit awarded for the clinical training program.