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Oregon Institute of Technology
Medical Imaging Technology (pre-professional)
Degree: Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science or Bachelor of Science in Ultrasound

Required Courses

University RequirementRCC EquivalencyCredits
BIO 231, 232, 233 Human Anatomy + Physiology * BI 231, 232, 233 Anatomy & Physiology I,II,III w/lab

Note: RCC requires Bi211 w/ Lab as a pre-req for Bi231-233 w/ Lab 
CHE101/104 Elementary Chemistry w/lab * CHEM 104 Introduction to Chemistry w/lab 
MTH 111 College Algebra * MTH 111 College Algebra 
MTH 112 Trigonometry * MTH 112 Elementary Functions 
WR121, 122 English Composition I & II * WR 121,122 English Composition I & II 
PSY 201 or 202 General Psychology I & II PSY 201 or 202 General Psychology I & II 
SPE 111 Fundamentals of Speech SP 111 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 
Humanities Electives
Humanities Electives:
Art (non-studio), English, Music, Foreign Language(second year), Humanities, Philosophy, Religion, and Theater. NOTE: A maximum of 3 credits in studio art (painting, drawing, etc.) can be counted towards the humanities requirements. 
3-4 (9 Total to Graduate) 
Social Science Electives Social Science Electives:
Anthropology, Economics, History, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, and Political Science 
3-4 (12 Total to Graduate) 
MIT103 Intro to Medical Imaging * MIT 103 taken by internet through OIT. Visit MIT website for registration information. This course contains application for program.  
BIO 200 Medical Terminology AH 100 Medical Terminology 

Completion of the above listed courses will fulfill the Pre-Medical Imaging freshman year requirements.

Additional lower division courses may be completed at RCC prior to transfer. See the Transfer Advisor at RCC, the OIT catalog, or department website for the specific courses required in the concentrations.

To be eligible for admission into the MIT program, the following minimum requirements must be met:

1. Applicants must be admitted to OIT. Admission to OIT is independent of admission to MIT program.

2. Students must complete all the prerequisite courses in the freshman year curriculum before making application to the professional program.

3. * Students must have a weighted GPA of 3.0 or above in the following courses to apply to one of the four MIT programs:
Bi 231, 232, 233; Math 111, 112; Chem 104 + lab; Wr 121, 122; MIT 103.

4. Courses required to meet OIT's general education requirements are embedded within this degree program. Students should refer to the MIT website for the specific curriculum requirements for sophomore, junior and senior program.

5. All four of the bachelor degree programs in MIT culminate in a senior year of clinical practice at a medical center. The twelve month externship is spent at the affiliate institution under the supervision of a clinical instructor. Students do not have classes on the OIT campus during this year.

6. Students are strongly advised to visit the MIT website on regular basis for updated selection criteria and admission procedures and deadlines for this program.

7. MIT 103 (at OIT) is a distance learning course within you will receive the application for the MIT program.

Additional Requirements:
1. Transfer applicants must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA or better in college-level classes unless they hold an associate's or bachelor's degree already, in which case, only a cumulative 2.0 GPA is required.

2. In order to be admitted to OIT, transfer applicants must complete the equivalent of Math 95 (or higher) and Wr 115 Introduction to Expository Writing (or higher) with grades of "C-" or better.

3. Applicants who do not have an Associate's or Bachelor's degree must have at least 33 college-level credits that are not in Physical Education, and no more than 10 percent of an applicant's credits may be in Physical Education.

NOTE: University requirements may change without notice. Students are responsible for working with RCC advisors or counselors and their transfer institution to ensure the accuracy of their academic plan.

Web Sites:
College Website
Major Website
Transfer Equivalency Website

Updated 8/18/15