Wayne State College

Pre-Radiography Program of Study

Cardiovascular Intervention Technology (CVIT) Program of Study

Every effort is made to ensure this information is current, but please be aware that some content may have changed. There is no substitute for developing a careful course registration plan in consultation with your advisor. The class sequence listed is suggested only. The final decision rests with the student and academic advisor.

Upon completion of the radiography primary program, the student may apply to any of the second or advanced certificate radiation sciences programs.

UNMC will accept a maximum of 6 College Level Examination Program (CLEP) or Advanced Placement (AP) semester hours. In addition, UNMC does not accept CLEP credits in math or science and will only accept a maximum of 3 CLEP credit or AP credit hours in English composition.

Acceptance to the CVIT program is competitive. Participation in this pre-professional program at WSC and/or previous acceptance into a primary professional program (e.g. radiography or nuclear medical technology) does not guarantee acceptance into a CVIT program.

College prerequisites and course requirements are subject to change by radiation science program at UNMC.

Applicants must have achieved a minimum 2.5 undergraduate GPA and a 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale) in their professional training in radiography.

Minimum 27 specified semester hours (46-47 hours suggested).

2022-23 Academic Year

Freshman - 1st semester
BIO 108 Medical Terminology (1)
BIO 110 Biology Concepts (4)
CHE 106 General Chemistry I (4)
CIS 130 Intro to Computer/Information Technology (3)
*ENG 102 Composition Skills (3)

Freshman - 2nd semester
BIO 220 Human Anatomy (4)
*CNA 100 Principles of Human Communication (3)
*ENG 200 Expository Writing (3)
*PSY 101 General Psychology (3)
SPA 110 Elementary Spanish I (3)

Sophomore - 1st semester
MAT 180 Applied Probability and Statistics (3)
PHY 201 General Physics I (3)
PHY 321 Physics I Lab (1)
Electives by advisement (BIO 340, CNA, PSY, SOC) (8-9)

*Suggested elective meets UNMC humanities or social sciences prerequisites