Advanced Clinical Studies - Advanced Imaging

MS in Medical Dosimetry

The Advanced Clinical Studies course provides advanced clinical experience in specialty areas of diagnostic imaging.  This course gives students opportunities to complete competencies required by certification boards. Students will engage in discussion sessions and follow up quizzes to enhance clinic experiences.

In recent years there have been new Federal requirements for clinicians in specialty areas to be credentialed. Clinicians need to complete a set number of competencies to sit for the certification examinations. This course will allow clinicians to complete clinic competencies after finishing the structured educational requirement.

To be considered for admission, an applicant must:

  • Be credentialed as RT(R), RT(N), CNMT, or RT(T);
  • must have completed an approved ARRT structured education requirement prior to application;
  • submit a letter of reference from the Clinician’s current or previous supervisor;
  • submit documentation of completion of an approved ARRT structured education requirement. List of approved courses. (www.ARRT.org – ARRT structured education requirement defined);
  • submit an education goal statement; and
  • submit official, sealed transcripts from all colleges and/or universities attended.
  • Review and follow the instructions for application to the College of Allied Health.
  • In the ‘Admission Information’ section of the online application, select College of Allied Health as the College to which you are applying.  Then, select Allied Health Undergrad Special Student as the program and select the term. Applicants are required to read the policy for Special Student Conditions and Limitations prior to submission of application.
  • Click here for the Educational Goal Statement to upload to your application (this is used to ask specific questions needed to confirm eligibility /or interest form).
  • Submit reference letter and documentation of completion of an approved ARRT structured education requirement to:

Advanced Clinical Studies
Dept of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
1200 N. Stonewall Ave, Suite 3021
Oklahoma City, OK 73117

  • The Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences Admissions Committee will consider applications on an individual basis.  If there are any exceptions, those will be made on an individual basis. Students wishing to be considered for Fall admission, must submit their entire application and official, sealed transcripts by June 1. Students wishing to be considered for Spring admission, must submit their entire application and official, sealed transcripts by November 1. Students wishing to be considered for Summer admission, must submit their entire application and official, sealed transcripts by April 1.

Students may expect additional costs that include, but are not limited to, a personal computer, textbooks, lab fees, insurance, and supplies. Students are required to assume financial responsibilities for expenses associated with clinical requirements. 


Additional cost information:
Bursar's Office Tuition and Fees
 

 

 

Jeff Berry, MS, RT(R)(CT) Program Director
Jonathan Baldwin, BSRT, CNMT, RT(CT) Clinical Coordinator

 

Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
1200 N Stonewall, PO Box 26901
Oklahoma City, OK 73117
Phone: (405) 271- 6477
Fax: (405) 271- 3580
Email Leslee Smith
 

Office of Academic and Student Services
Phone: (405) 271-6588
Email