Sep 24, 2021  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Course Descriptions


 
  
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    PSYC 495 - Senior Thesis in Psychology (Lec. 1, Lab. 4, Cr. 3)


    Empirical research in psychology, including data collection, analysis, and presentation. Students will develop a research project, collect and analyze data, write a complete report following APA format, and present the finding to a committee in an open forum.

    Prerequisites: PSYC 428. Senior standing. Psychology majors only.

    Lec. 1 Lab. 4 Cr. 3

    WE
  
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    PSYC 499 - Advanced General Psychology (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Capstone course. Comprehensive review of general psychology and other discipline specific areas.

    Notes
    Registration required in the semester prior to the final semester.

    Prerequisite: senior psychology majors. (Course subject to revision.)

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

    WE NYF CAP
  
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    PSYC 524 - Theories of Personality (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Survey of major personality theories. Students analyze and evaluate scholarly research that tests hypotheses drawn from major personality theories.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 524 and PSYC 451. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 526 - Social Psychology (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Social influences on human behaviors. Students explore, analyze, synthesize, and question information obtained from directed readings and independent research.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 526 and PSYC 461. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 540 - Psychology of Gender (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Examination of research on gender and a contrast of that research with gender stereotypes. Students examine the research literature and submit reports on current published research as well as participate in collection of data for gender-related social behaviors.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 540 and PSYC 440. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 547 - Applied Behavior Analysis (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Survey of basic principles of applied behavior analysis, including definition and measurement of behavior, functional analysis, single subject research design, methods of increasing behavior, methods of decreasing behavior, discrimination, generalization, and maintenance, application to educational, clinical and social settings.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 547 and PSYC 447. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 554 - Health Psychology (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Introduction to health psychology. Behavioral factors in physical illness, including an examination of stress, smoking, alcohol consumption, drugs, physical activity, eating, and personal control. Students examine the research literature and submit reports on risk factors that pertain to personal health.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 554 and PSYC 354, PSYC 454, or NURS 301. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 556 - Addictive Behaviors: Description and Treatment (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Current research on addictive behavior with emphasis on drug abuse and gambling. Behavioral and neurophysiological mechanisms of drug action. Students analyze, evaluate, and report on pharmacological, psychotherapeutic, self-help, and other forms of treatment.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 556 and PSYC 455. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 562 - Psychology of Aging (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Theoretical and applied information on the psychology of later life. Students analyze, evaluate, and report scientific research on the aging process.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 562 and PSYC 462. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 571 - Physiological Psychology (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Biological bases of behavior, including the physiology of the nervous system as it relates to overall functioning as well as to the topics of learning, memory, motivation, emotion, sleep, and behavior disorders. Lectures and discussions will be supplemented by reading and reports of the professional research literature, focusing on the extent to which the current research supplements or alters the existing research knowledge base.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 571 and PSYC 471 or PSYC 331. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 580 - Cognitive Psychology (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Neural basis of cognition, perception, and attention. Human memory, problem solving, reasoning, and intelligence. Students explore, analyze, synthesize, and question information obtained from directed readings and independent research.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 580 and PSYC 480. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 600 - Advanced Topics in Behavior Analysis (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    An examination of current research in applied behavior analysis, experimental evaluation of interventions.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Prerequisite: PSYC 647 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 602 - Teaching Psychology (Cr. 1)


    Practical experience for teaching psychology. Students learn techniques in lesson planning, lecture writing, and exam preparation.

    Notes
    May be repeated once to accrue a total of 2 credit hours. Credit cannot be used toward a degree in Psychology. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Cr. 1

  
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    PSYC 603 - Principles of Learning and Behavior (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Analysis of the major theories and research results relevant to learning, an examination of the basic principles of respondent and operant learning in the context of behavior change. Basic and applied research will be considered.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 605 - Practicum in Applied Behavior Analysis (Lec. 1, Cr. 1)


    Initial supervised experience in the practice of applied behavior analysis. Students will participate in introductory clinical training and conduct direct observations of behavior under supervision.

    Notes
    Course must be completed during first semester. Open only to Applied Behavior Analysis majors.

    Lec. 1 Cr. 1

  
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    PSYC 612 - Conceptual Foundations of Behavior Analysis (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    An examination of the conceptual, philosophical, and theoretical foundations of modern behavior analysis.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 615 - Verbal Behavior (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Introduction to natural science/operant conditioning/behavior analytic approach to verbal behavior and language. Consideration to include historical foundations and current applications to teaching language to learners with developmental disabilities.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 617 - Behavioral Assessment (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Principles of behavioral assessment including indirect, direct, and functional analysis in the context of a variety of clinical populations. Selected assessment tools, developing case formulation, evidence-based intervention decisions. Validity, reliability, norms, errors of measurement. Observational and behavioral interviewing considerations.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 620 - Single-Subject Methodology (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Single-subject research methodology, selecting and measuring target behaviors, (assessing reliability and social validity), data management, graphing, interpreting, and evaluating behavioral data. Program monitoring and evaluation.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 621 - Applied Research Methods in Psychology (Lec. 2, Lab. 2, Cr. 3)


    Development of research skills by designing research, collecting and analyzing data, using statistical analyses, and writing research reports.

    Notes
    Students complete an independent research project. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Prerequisites: (STAT 231 and PSYC 427) or permission of department head.

    Lec. 2 Lab. 2 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 622 - Psychopathology (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Theoretical, etiological and therapeutic aspects of psychopathological conditions. Criteria for diagnosing emphasized.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Prerequisite: PSYC 431.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 625 - Ethics for Behavior Analysts (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Examines the standards of ethical practice for applied behavior analysis including ethical codes of conduct for the profession.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 626 - Social and Cultural Diversity (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Contemporary research and theory on cultural diversity. Emphasis on attaining multicultural literacy and understanding intergroup and interpersonal relations.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 626 and COUN 626. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Prerequisite: PSYC 461 or permission of department head.      

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 628 - Applied Behavior Analysis Interventions (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    This course is designed to give students an overview of applied behavior analytic interventions conducted with various populations and implemented across different settings. Interventions for individuals with autism, traumatic brain injury, and dementia, as well as, interventions for typically developing individuals in the home, school, and workplace.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 631 - Techniques of Counseling (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Contemporary techniques of counseling with some consideration of major theories and ethical problems. Special emphasis on individual differences, including social and emotional needs of clients.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 631 and COUN 600. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 633 - Child Growth and Development (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Consideration of the characteristics and principles of growth and development throughout the various stages of childhood.

    Notes
    Open only to Elementary Education students in the Department of Graduate Education Programs and Department of Psychology graduate students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 634 - Adolescent Growth and Development (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Development throughout adolescence is considered with respect to physical, mental, emotional, and social growth. Consideration will be given to earlier stages of development as they pertain to adolescence. Emphasis placed on factors that contribute to normal and abnormal behavior, as well as potential intervention strategies for adolescents.

    Notes
    Open only to Secondary Education students in the Department of Graduate Education Programs and Department of Psychology graduate students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 639 - Human Growth and Development (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Comprehensive course dealing with the characteristics of normal growth and development throughout the life cycle. Emphasis is placed upon the respective roles of maturation and learning. Consideration is given to emotional, social, mental, and physical development.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 642 - Sport Psychology (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Analysis of psychological factors and principles affecting physical performances, behavior, and emotions in sports.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 642 and HHP 642. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 645 - Integrated Treatment for Co-occurring Mental and Substance Disorders (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Current research and treatment perspectives for individuals with mental illness and substance abuse disorders.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 647 - Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    An examination of the basic principles and concepts of applied behavior analysis as used to improve socially important behavior problems. Topics may include: behavioral measurement procedures, single-subject designs, interpretation of single-subject data, and ethical considerations.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 651 - Group Counseling (Lec. 1, Lab. 4, Cr. 3)


    Current theory and techniques of group counseling; experimental methods and demonstrations.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 651 and COUN 631. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Prerequisite: PSYC 631.

    Lec. 1 Lab. 4 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 655 - Addictive Behaviors: Assessment and Treatment (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Screening and assessment for addictive disorders, review of evidence-based treatment strategies for addictions including behavioral, psychosocial, and pharmacological interventions.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 656 - Couples and Family Counseling (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    An introduction to the profession, major theories, and practices of marriage and family therapy, including historical development of principle conceptualization of cybernetic and systems theory and topics dealing with divorce, blended families, and interventions commonly used with couples and families.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 656 and COUN 656. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Prerequisite: PSYC 631 or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 658 - Experimental Analysis of Behavior (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Introduction to the basic assumptions, techniques, practices, and findings associated with the experimental analysis of behavior.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Prerequisites: (PSYC 603 and PSYC 647) or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 665 - Counseling Skills (Lec. 1, Lab. 4, Cr. 3)


    Training in counseling concepts, attending and listening skills. Supervised competency-based counseling experience through role-playing and with actual clients. Students record a video of a counseling session, which is evaluated by the professional counseling faculty. Students who fail to achieve an acceptable rating on the video will receive a grade of no credit earned (NCE).

    Notes
    Open only to Counseling Psychology majors. No duplicate credit for PSYC 665 and COUN 607.

    Prerequisite: PSYC 631.

    Lec. 1 Lab. 4 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 668 - Counseling Theories (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Intensive study of current counseling theories and their application.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 668 and COUN 605. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 673 - Seminar in Psychological Measurement (Lec. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Seminar devoted to the major psychological problems and the role of the psychologist. Special emphasis on the application of statistical data to research. Attention to ethical problems in measurement of research.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 673 and COUN 615. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

    Lec. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    PSYC 680 - Independent Study (Cr. 1)


    Independent research into an area of interest in psychology or counseling.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue a total of 3 credit hours. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

    Cr. 1

  
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    PSYC 685 - Professional Orientation and Ethics (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Ethical and legal concerns of counselors, psychologists, and behavior analysts as they apply to various professional activities and settings.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for PSYC 685 and COUN 637. Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 688 - Mental Health Counseling Practicum (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Supervised practice in mental health counseling totaling 100 clock hours with a variety of clients and problems.

    Notes
    Failure to achieve 100 clock hours will result in I grade. Open only to Counseling Psychology majors.

    Prerequisites: PSYC 665 (B or higher) and 33 credit hours toward a degree in Counseling Psychology.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 694 - Applied Behavior Analysis Internship I (Lec. 1, Lab. 3, Cr. 3)


    Supervised experience totaling 325 hours applied behavior analysis within a setting approved by the department. Students will work semi-independently with both an onsite and university supervisor providing a minimum of two hour of supervision per week. Failure to achieve 325 clock hours over the semester will result in “NCE” grade; student must enroll for second term.

    Notes
    Open only to Applied Behavior Analysis majors.

    Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

    Lec. 1 Lab. 3 Cr. 2

  
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    PSYC 695 - Applied Behavior Analysis Internship II (Cr. 3)


    Supervised experience totaling 325 hours in applied behavior analysis within a setting approved by the department. Students will work under the close supervision of both an onsite and university supervisor providing a minimum of two hours of supervision per week. Failure to achieve 324 clock hours over the semester will result in “NCE” grade; student must enroll for a second term.

    Notes
    Open only to Applied Behavior Analysis majors.

    Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

    Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 696 - Applied Behavior Analysis Internship III (Cr. 3)


    Supervised experience totaling 650 hours in applied behavior analysis within a setting approved by the department. Students will work semi-independently with both an onsite and university supervisor providing a minimum of two hours supervision per week. Failure to achieve 325 clock hours over the semester will result in “NCE” grade; student must enroll for second term.

    Notes
    Open only to Applied Behavior Analysis majors.

    Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

    Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 698 - Mental Health Counseling Internship (Cr. 3)


    Supervised work in a counseling setting totalling 900 clock hours over two regular semesters under the supervision of an approved site supervisor. Intern will enroll in this course for two semesters with credit given for each semester.

    Notes
    Failure to achieve 900 clock hours over two regular semesters will result in I grade in the second regular semester. Open only to Counseling Psychology majors.

    Prerequisite: PSYC 688.

    Cr. 3

  
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    PSYC 699 - Thesis (Cr. 1-6)


    Student must register for the thesis course during each regular semester the thesis is in progress. Student must be enrolled in Thesis the semester the thesis is completed and approved by the permanent 3-member committee.

    Notes
    Open only to graduate PSYC students.

    Cr. 1-6

  
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    RADS 101 - Introduction to Radiography (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Radiography and its role in healthcare delivery. Imaging equipment, radiation safety, radiographic contrast media, image receptors, and professional organizations. Infection control, use of tubes, catheters, medical emergencies, communication, and patient care. Social and ethical healthcare issues, moral, legal, and social responsibilities.

    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 220 - Radiographic Procedures I (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Positioning nomenclature. Latex safety, O2 administration, and venipuncture. Radiographic anatomy and positioning of chest, abdomen, upper extremity, scapula, clavicle, AC joints, shoulder, and pediatric and geriatric radiography. Presentation of images for discussion of anatomy, positioning, technique, pathology, and radiographic quality.

    Corequisites/Prerequisites: RADS 220L and acceptance into professional phase of the Radiologic Sciences Program.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 220L - Radiographic Procedures I Laboratory (Lab. 3, Cr. 1)


    Practice of radiographic anatomy and positioning of chest, abdomen, upper extremities, shoulder, scapula, clavicle, AC joints, pediatric and geriatric radiography, and basic care concepts, including venipuncture. Medical images presented for identification of anatomy and pathology; evaluation of radiographic positioning, technique, and image quality.

    Corequisite: RADS 220.
    Prerequisite: Acceptance into professional phase of the radiologic sciences program.

    Lab. 3 Cr. 1

  
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    RADS 230 - Imaging Production and Radiographic Quality (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Atomic structure, nature and characteristics of radiation, x-ray production, and fundamentals of photon interactions with matter. Emphasis on influencing factors of radiographic quality.

    Prerequisite: Acceptance into the professional phase of the Radiologic Sciences Program.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 320 - Radiographic Procedures II (Lec. 4, Cr. 4)


    Radiographic anatomy and positioning of the gastrointestinal tract, genitourinary system, biliary system, lower extremities, pelvic girdle, and skull. Presentation of images for discussion of anatomy, positioning, technique, pathology, and radiographic quality.

    Corequisites: RADS 320L, RADS 342, RADS 354, and RADS 355.
    Prerequisite: RADS 350.

    Lec. 4 Cr. 4

  
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    RADS 320L - Radiographic Procedures II Laboratory (Lab. 3, Cr. 1)


    Practice of radiographic anatomy and positioning of the gastrointestinal tract, genitourinary system, biliary system, lower extremities, pelvic girdle, and skull. Medical images presented for identification of anatomy and pathology; evaluation of radiographic positioning, technique, and image quality.

    Corequisites: RADS 320 and RADS 355.
    Prerequisites: RADS 220, RADS 220L, RADS 230, and RADS 349.

    Lab. 3 Cr. 1

  
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    RADS 321 - Radiographic Procedures III (Lec. 4, Cr. 4)


    Radiographic anatomy and positioning of facial bones, sinuses, orbits, bony thorax, and vertebral column. Mobile and surgical radiography, special bone studies, and central nervous system exams. Presentation of radiographs for discussion of anatomy, positioning, technique, pathology, and radiographic quality.

    Corequisites: RADS 321L and RADS 356.
    Prerequisites: RADS 320, RADS 320L, RADS 342, RADS 354, and RADS 355.

    Lec. 4 Cr. 4

  
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    RADS 321L - Radiographic Procedures III Laboratory (Lab. 3, Cr. 1)


    Practice of radiographic anatomy and positioning of facial bones, sinuses, orbits, bony thorax, and vertebral column, pediatric and geriatric radiography, central nervous system exams, and special bone studies. Medical images presented for identification of anatomy and pathology; evaluation of radiographic positioning, technique, and image quality.

    Corequisites: RADS 321 and RADS 356.
    Prerequisites: RADS 320, RADS 320L, RADS 342, RADS 354, and RADS 355.

    Lab. 3 Cr. 1

  
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    RADS 342 - Imaging Equipment and Accessories (Lec. 2, Cr. 2)


    Radiographic exposure involving radiographic grids, fluoroscopic equipment, x-ray timers, automatic exposure control systems, and introduction to computed tomography equipment.

    Prerequisite: RADS 350.

    Lec. 2 Cr. 2

  
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    RADS 349 - Radiation Protection and Biology (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Radiation protection, quantities and units used in measuring radiation, biological effects of ionizing radiation, patient protection, personnel protection, and development of radiobiology.

    Prerequisite: Acceptance into the professional phase of the Radiologic Sciences Program.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 350 - Clinical Radiography I (Lab. 15, Cr. 3)


    Supervised clinical practice and observation, including basic routines radiographic examinations, patient care, and the radiographic processes. Emphasis on professionalism, dependability, and radiographic examinations.

    Prerequisites: RADS 220, RADS 220L, RADS 230, and RADS 349.

    Lab. 15 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 354 - Radiographic Imaging Equipment Dynamics (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Basic imaging equipment requirements and design. Basic radiographic imaging equipment related to overall x-ray circuit and equipment operation. Computer principles and components relating to operation of digital imaging systems, computed radiography, and management information systems.

    Prerequisite: RADS 350.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 355 - Clinical Radiography II (Lab. 15, Cr. 3)


    Supervised clinical practice. Emphasis on clinical competency, current trends and events in the radiologic sciences, and professional writing.

    Corequisites: RADS 320 and RADS 320L.
    Prerequisite: RADS 350.

    Lab. 15 Cr. 3

    WE NYF
  
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    RADS 356 - Clinical Radiography III (Lab. 15, Cr. 3)


    Supervised clinical practice.

    Prerequisites or corequisites: RADS 321, RADS 321L, RADS 342, RADS 354, and RADS 355.

    Lab. 15 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 367 - Radiological Seminar (Lec. 1, Cr. 1)


    Oral and written reports on specialized or current topics in the radiological sciences.

    Notes
    May be repeated to accrue a total of 3 hours.

    Prerequisite: Permission of program director.

    Lec. 1 Cr. 1

  
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    RADS 370 - Vascular Imaging and Advanced Patient Care (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Diagnostic and therapeutic procedures involving cardiac-interventional and vascular-interventional methods with associated patient care and assessment.

    Prerequisites: RADS 320, RADS 320L, RADS 342, RADS 354, and RADS 355, or permission of the RADS program director.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 459 - Clinical Radiography IV (Lab. 15, Cr. 3)


    Supervised clinical practice.

    Prerequisites: RADS 321, RADS 321L, RADS 356, RADS 370, and RADS 463.

    Lab. 15 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 461 - Clinical Radiography V (Lab. 25, Cr. 5)


    Supervised clinical practice. Emphasis on critical thinking, effective problem solving, and effective communication skills. Completion of radiography clinical competency evaluation requirements.

    Prerequisite: RADS 459.

    Lab. 25 Cr. 5

  
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    RADS 462 - Diversity and Global Management of Radiology in Health Care (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Cultural diversity as it affects global management of health care. Emphasis on practice standards for management in radiologic sciences focusing on ethical and legal issues and organization of the radiology department.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for RADS 462 and RADT 462.

    Prerequisites: [RADS 461, RADS 466, RADS 468, and (RADS 470 or RADS 471)] or permission of department head.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

    WE
  
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    RADS 463 - Radiographic Pathology and Pathophysiology (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Pathology terminology, basic knowledge of disease process, various pathologic conditions, radiographic demonstration, and impact on radiographic process. In-depth study of pathophysiology allowing the student to communicate better with other healthcare professionals and patients for history and physical assessment.

    Prerequisites: RADS 320, RADS 320L, RADS 342, RADS 354, and RADS 355.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 464 - Directed Study (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Individual investigation of selected topics in the radiologic sciences.

    Notes
    Open to registered technologists only. May be repeated once for additional credit.

    Prerequisite: Approval of RADS program director.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 465 - Advanced Radiography Practices (Lec. 2, Lab.2, Cr. 3)


    To assess knowledge and application of concepts for making practical and theoretical decisions. Professional development, advancement, and continuing education issues. Capstone Course.

    Prerequisites: RADS 461, RADS 466, RADS 468, and (RADS 470 or RADS 471).

    Lec. 2 Lab. 2 Cr. 3

    CAP
  
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    RADS 466 - Quality Assessment/Management in the Radiology Department (Lec. 2, Cr. 2)


    Evaluation of radiographic systems to assure quality in the delivery of radiographic services. State and federal regulatory agencies assuring quality improvement, equipment quality control, and basic testing will be discussed.

    Prerequisite: RADS 356 or permission of RADS program director.

    Lec. 2 Cr. 2

  
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    RADS 467 - Advanced Clinical Practice in Radiologic Sciences (Lab. 25, Cr. 5)


    Emphasis on one selected area of advanced clinical practice from the following: mammography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, bone densitometry, vascular-interventional technology, cardiac-interventional technology, and quality management. Clinical experiences through assignment to a clinical education setting or entering into a clinical learning contract.

    Prerequisites: RADS 461, RADS 466, RADS 468, and RADS 470 or RADS 471, or permission of RADS program director.

    Lab. 25 Cr. 5

  
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    RADS 468 - Cross-sectional Anatomy in Medical Imaging (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Concentration on anatomical structures most commonly demonstrated through cross-sectional imaging. Images from computed tomography, sonography, and magnetic resonance utilized.

    Prerequisite: RADS 459 or permission of RADS program director.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 470 - Principles of Mammography & Bone Densitometry (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Advanced imaging methods incorporating principles of mammography and bone densitometry.

    Prerequisite: RADS 459 or permission of the RADS program director.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 471 - Principles of Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Advanced imaging methods incorporating principles of computed tomography and magnetic resonance.

    Prerequisite: RADS 459 or permission of the RADS program director.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

  
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    RADS 472 - Research in Health Care (Lec. 2, Cr. 2)


    Foundations of research in health care, including its definition and characteristics, purposes, quantitative and qualitative methodologies, ethical considerations, and relationship to the health care of individuals, families, groups, and communities.

    Prerequisites: RADS 461, RADS 466, RADS 468, and (RADS 470 or RADS 471).

    Lec. 2 Cr. 2

  
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    RELS 201 - Study of Religion (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    LCCN: CPHL 2213, World Religions

    Introduction to and exploration of the nature of religion and the religious experience, as well as those secular world views that have an identified ultimate goal.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for RELS 201 and RELG 201.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

    General Education Core Curriculum
    Humanities

  
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    RELS 211 - World Religions (Lec. 3, Cr. 3)


    Origins, beliefs, and contemporary practices of Hinduism, Islam, Taoism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Confucianism and their interaction with their cultures.

    Notes
    No duplicate credit for RELS 211 and RELG 201.

    Lec. 3 Cr. 3

    General Education Core Curriculum
    Humanities

  
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    SAXO 100 - Freshmen Performance Proficiency (Cr. 1-2)


    These courses are designed for aspiring music majors who present little or no background in their chosen performance genre. The courses are intended to bring the student to the technical and musical level expected of an entering major.

    Notes
    Credits for this course are not applicable toward a degree. They may be repeated once for credit.

    Cr. 1-2

  
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    SAXO 101 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction in saxophone. Freshman level. First semester. Placement determined by audition.

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 102 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction in saxophone. Freshman level. Second semester.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 101

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 103 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction in saxophone. Students remain at freshman level if the instrumental faculty determine the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 102

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 104 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction for saxophone. Students remain at freshman level if the instrumental faculty determine the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement.

    Prerequisites: SAXO 103

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 105 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction in saxophone. Students remain at freshman level if the instrumental faculty determine the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 104

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 106 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction for saxophone. Students remain at freshman level if the instrumental faculty determine the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 105

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 125 - Saxophone (Lab. 1, Cr. 1)


    Private instruction for saxophone for non-music majors.

    Notes
    Course can be repeated for 8 semesters for credit.

    Lab. 1 Cr. 1

  
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    SAXO 201 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction for saxophone. Sophomore level. First semester.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 102

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 202 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction in saxophone. Sophomore level. Second semester.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 201

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 203 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction in saxophone. Students remain at sophomore level if the instrumental faculty determine the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 202

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 204 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction for saxophone. Students remain at sophomore level if the instrumental faculty determine the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 203

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 205 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction in saxophone. Students remain at sophomore level if the instrumental faculty determines the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 204

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 206 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction in saxophone. Students remain at sophomore level if the instrumental faculty determine the student has not achieved at an appropriate level for advancement.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 205

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 301 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction for saxophone. Junior level. First semester.  

    Prerequisite: SAXO 202

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 302 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction in saxophone. Junior level. Second semester.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 301

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 303 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction in saxophone. Students remain at junior level if the instrumental faculty determine the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 302

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 304 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction in saxophone. Students remain at junior level if the instrumental faculty determine the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 303

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 305 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction for saxophone. Students remain at junior level if the instrumental faculty determines the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement.  

    Prerequisite: SAXO 304

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 306 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction for saxophone. Students remain at junior level if the instrumental faculty determine the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement.

    Notes

     

    Prerequisite: SAXO 305

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 401 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction for saxophone. Senior level. First semester.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 302

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 402 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction for saxophone. Senior level. Second semester.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 401

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 403 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction for saxophone. Students remain at senior level if the instrumental faculty determine the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement  

    Prerequisite: SAXO 402

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

  
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    SAXO 404 - Saxophone (Lab. 1-3, Cr. 1-3)


    Private instruction for saxophone. Students remain at senior level if the instrumental faculty determine the student did not achieve at an appropriate level for advancement.

    Prerequisite: SAXO 403

    Lab. 1-3 Cr. 1-3

 

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