BIOL 2301 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (3 credit hours)
General biological principles; cellular biology; emphasis on human integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems and related topics.
Prerequisite or concurrent enrollment: BIOL2101.
BIOL 2101 Human Anatomy and Physiology I - Lab (1 credit hour)
Cells, tissues; skeletal, muscle, nervous systems. Includes dissections and instrumentation related to basic hands-on of human anatomy and physiology.
Prerequisite or concurrent enrollment: BIOL 2301
BIOL 2302 Human Anatomy and Physiology II (3 credit hours)
Continuation of BIOL 2301; Includes human urogenital, circulatory, respiratory, digestive and endocrine systems; human development; emphasis on nutrition, metabolism, electrolytic and fluid balance
Prerequisite: BIOL 2301 and BIOL 2101. Prerequisite or concurrent enrollment: BIOL 2102.
BIOL 2102 Human Anatomy and Physiology II - Lab (1 credit hour)
Emphasis on endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Includes related dissections and instrumentation designed to facilitate basic hands-on understanding of human anatomy and physiology.
Prerequisite: BIOL 2301 and 2101. Prerequisite or concurrent enrollment: BIOL 2302.
HPRS 1204 Basic Health Profession Skills (2 credit hours)
A study of the concepts that serve as the foundation for health profession courses. Topics include client handling and safety issues, basic client monitoring, and health documentation methods.
HPRS 1101 Introduction to Health Professions (1 credit hour)
An overview of the roles of the various members of the health care system, educational requirements, and issues affecting the delivery of health care.
HPRS 1106 Medical Terminology (1 credit hour)
A study of word origin and structure through the introduction of prefixes, suffixes, root words, plurals, abbreviations and symbols, surgical procedures, medical specialties, and diagnostic procedures.
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Upon satisfactory completion of the UTB/TSC Radiologic Technology curriculum, graduates receive an Associate of Applied Science degree and are eligible to take the registry examination for certification as a Registered Radiologic Technologist by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) A student will also be required to take and pass a comprehensive examination (exit exam) before taking the ARRT registry exam.
Students who have completed all the program requirements will be provided with an ARRT application. The state of Texas requires individuals who operate ionization equipment to be certified. State licensure information and applications will also be provided to qualified students. Students will be provided with these applications only after they have met all graduation requirements. The program will not verify eligibility for ARRT certification or state licensure when partial or incomplete work is recorded for any portion of the required academic or clinical work.