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Radiologic Sciences: About Our Department

Mission Statement:

The Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences, as part of the College of Health Professions at Armstrong State University, exists to educate students and to provide our culturally diverse communities with competent, team-oriented, and compassionate healthcare professionals.

Vision:

In 2020, the Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences is a fully integrated department modeling interdisciplinary interaction based on real world applications found in healthcare settings.

Core Values:

Core Value 1: The Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences faculty is dedicated to providing excellence in Health Professions education through an interdisciplinary approach.

Core Value 2: The Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences faculty participates in a team-oriented approach to learning and instruction for the advancement of integrated healthcare education.

Core Value 3: The Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences faculty provides a student-learning environment committed to fostering culturally sensitive and compassionate professional community service.

Degree Goals:

1.      Student/Graduates will be clinically compete..

2.      Students/Graduates will possess critical thinking skills.

3.      Student/Graduates will possess effective communication skills.

4.      Student/Graduates will demonstrate growth in professional development.

Accreditation:

Graduation Requirements

Departmental Exit Exam

An exit exam is given in the final term of matriculation. Students must pass this exam in order to complete the program and graduate from the university.

Information on tuition and fees, refund policies, academic calendars, clinical obligations, grading system, graduation requirements, and the criteria for transfer credit is available online in the university catalog.

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