The courses are conducted via distance education, primarily through the Internet, by faculty at UAMS. Clinical education is conducted at a variety of clinical affiliates in Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Jonesboro, Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Rogers, Springdale, and Texarkana, Arkansas; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Dallas and Tyler, Texas; and Tulsa, Oklahoma. The number and location of clinical affiliates may change.
The following 40 credits are required in the program.
|Course #||Title||Semester Credit|
|CHPI 3101||Legal and Ethical Issues for Allied Health Professionals||1|
|NMIS 4115||Radiopharmacy I||1|
|NMIS 4116||Journal Review and Research Methods||1|
|NMIS 4211||Introduction to Nuclear Medicine||2|
|NMIS 4213||Nuclear Physics||2|
|NMIS 4214||Instrumentation I||2|
|NMIS 4312||Clinical Procedures and Diagnosis I||3|
|NMIS 4517||Clinical Internship I||5|
|CHPI 3102||Health Care Management Issues for Allied Health Professionals||1|
|NMIS 4221||Health Physics||2|
|NMIS 4223||Instrumentation II||2|
|NMIS 4224||Radiation Biology||2|
|NMIS 4225||Radiopharmacy II||2|
|NMIS 4322||Clinical Procedures and Diagnosis II||3|
|NMIS 4524||Clinical Internship II||5|
|NMIS 4242||CT Physics & Instrumentation||2|
|NMIS 4431||Clinical Internship III||4|
A grade of “D” or “F” or a mark of “U” or “NC” in a professional course is not acceptable for progression to the next semester, nor is it acceptable for graduation if it occurs in the last semester of the program. A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required to earn the degree.