The University of New Mexico
HSCI: Health Science Catalog Description

  Three Year Fall Semester Average
Course Catalog Description Enrollment Section
HSCI330 This course acquaints the student with nursing procedures and techniques emphasizing the role of the diagnostic imager as a member of the health care team. Restriction: enrolled in RADS degree program.
HSCI331 This course covers the laboratory activities associated with 330. Restriction: permission of instructor.
HSCI378 Topics pertinent to management of a Radiology department including personnel relations, scheduling issues, budget and inventory, purchasing and general paperwork. Restriction: enrolled in RADS degree program. 8.00 10.67 24.00
HSCI381 This self-study course reviews the major systems of the human body, using a programmed textbook/workbook. The workbook format is combined with simple, non-technical explanations of medical terms and descriptions of anatomy, physiology and pathology. Restriction: enrolled in RADS degree program.
HSCI399 Continuation of 378. Can also be taken concurrently with 378. Emphasis on development of problem solving skills for radiology supervisors using guided independent and group activities.Restriction: enrolled in RADS degree program. 6.67 6.67 20.00
HSCI405 Study of research methodologies used in medicine, written analysis of selected topics in medical imaging ethics and basic teaching skills pertinent to supervision in a radiology department. Restriction: enrolled in RADS degree program. 9.00 10.33 27.00
HSCI406 Independent study course used for students completing upper level baccalaureate course work for the purpose of expanding on material covered in those courses. Restriction: enrolled in RADS degree program and permission of instructor. 9.67 15.33 29.00
HSCI480 Course examines three dimensional relationships of skull, brain, CNS, thorax, abdomen and pelvis correlating this information with imaging modalities (CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine). Restriction: enrolled in RADS degree program.

"HSCI: Health Science "Three Fall Subject Average - Enroll: 33.33 Capacity: 43.00 Credits: 100.00'