Curtis Kuhlman, Academic Adviser.
The minimum requirement for admission to the study of radiological technology is 42 quarter hours. The following courses are to be included for the Associate of Science degree from Loma Linda University:
In addition to the basic courses listed above, the following elective courses are highly recommended.
An introductory computer course
An introductory photography course
A 12 hour minimum work/observation experience (volunteer/employee) in a radiology department required for LLU.
For those students planning for further academic work, a B.S. degree requires 16 units of humanities and 12-16 units of social sciences. 12-16 units science/mathematics, health education (HLTH 110 or HLTH 220), 2 P.E. activity courses and 8 units of religion. Other clinical specialties require General Chemistry, and most highly recommend General Physics. Courses with grade below C do not count on this program.