bsrst dao curriculum
The Plan of Study includes a core of required* allied health and radiation science courses. The faculty advisor will work with the student to select an appropriate combination of elective courses to complete their Individual Plan of Study.
BSRST Required Courses
|SAHP||426||Health Care Ethics/Critical Thinking (3 cr)|
|SAHP||423||Principles of Critical Inquiry (2 cr)|
|RSTE||440R||Case Studies & Journal Review (2 cr)|
|SAHP||430||Scanning the Health Care Environment (1 cr)|
|SAHP||431||Management in Health Care (2 cr)|
A minimum of 20 semester credit hours must be completed at UNMC. Please visit the Course Descriptions page to view a full list of BSRST course offerings. All courses are subject to change based on instructor availability, enrollment, and technology. All DAO courses are offered at least once each academic year (August–August).
Students enrolled in the BSRST Degree Advancement Option are expected to make satisfactory academic progress toward the completion of their Individual Plan of Study and degree requirements. All courses must be passed with a grade of “C” or better and a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) must be maintained throughout enrollment in the program. Courses may be repeated only once, and a cumulative GPA below 2.0 at the completion of any semester will result in dismissal from the program.
Upon successful completion of BSRST curriculum, students will receive diploma and graduation information from UNMC Student Services. Students must be awarded a minimum of 120 total semester hours of college credit (UNMC courses + transfer credit + professional certification credit) by the UNMC Office of Academic Records in order to be eligible to graduate from UNMC.
To obtain your transcripts, please visit the UNMC Student Services website.
Diplomas are issued three times each year - May, August and December - dependent upon the student's completion of all requirements by the deadline dates set by the Program. Graduates of the BSRST DAO are welcome to participate in the graduation ceremonies in Omaha, Nebraska (May and December only) if they can.
For the purpose of reporting continuing education activity to the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), DAO courses awarded continuing education credit (AMA category 1) by the CCE qualify as ARRT category B credit. Upon completion of a course and receipt of an official UNMC transcript, course activity meets the definition of an Approved Academic Course and qualifies as ARRT category A credit. Your biennium period should be considered when determining whether or not to submit coursework for category A or B, as you must have the appropriate documentation of the activity.
- MPS Degree Advancement Option
- MPAS Degree Advancement Option (Distance Learning Program)
- Non-degree Seeking
- Computer Requirements