Academic Plan - BSRS Traditional Option

Academic Plans General Information:

BSRS Traditional Option Academic Plans
Sample plans are printed in the Bellin College Guide – Handbook and Catalog. See the guide in effect at the entry date of the BSRS program. All prior years: email admissions@bellincollege.edu or call (920) 433-6650 to request archived information from the Admissions office.  


Sample BSRS Traditional Option Plan
Graduating Class of 2015 and Forward
Below is an example of a four-year Traditional Option academic plan of study for those with few or no
prior college credits. Courses with the prefix RS identify Bellin College radiologic sciences courses. Bellin
College students are required to take particular general education courses if offered at Bellin College. A
four-year academic plan of study for those with few or no prior college credits.


Freshman Year Semester I Freshman Year Semester II
MA 101 Intermediate Algebra  3 cr BIO 202 Principles of Biology  4 cr
HUM BIO 102 Intro to Human Biology 3 cr CH 125 General Chemistry (No Lab)  4 cr
Communication Requirement  3 cr DI 202 Diversity Issues in Health Care 3 cr
Computer Requirement 3 cr RS 120 Principles of Radiologic Physics  3 cr
PSYCH 102 Introduction to Psychology 3 cr    
RS 100 Fund. of Radiologic Sciences & Health Care 2 cr    
Total Credits Freshman Year Semester I = 17 Total Credits Freshman Year Semester II = 14
Total Credits Summer After First Year = 5


Sophomore Year Semester I Sophomore Year Semester II
RS 201 Image Analysis I 3 cr RS 203 Patient Care in Radiologic
Sciences II 
3 cr
RS 202 Patient Care in Radiologic
Sciences I 
3 cr RS 207 Radiographic Procedures II 3 cr
RS 204 Radiographic Procedures I 3 cr RS 207L Radiographic Procedures II - Lab 1 cr
RS 204L Radiographic Procedures I - Lab 2 cr  RS 208 Image Analysis II 3 cr
RS 205 Image Production & Management 3 cr RS 210 Anatomy & Physiology in Imaging Sciences 3 cr
RS 206C Clinical Radiography I 2 cr RS 211C Clinical Radiography II 3 cr
Total Credits Sophomore Year Semester I = 16 Total Credits Sophomore Year Semester II = 16


Junior Year Semester I Junior Year Semester II
PH 202 Introduction to Medical Ethics 3 cr BU 202 Business and Its Environment 3 cr
RS 301 Radiologic Pathology  3 cr RS 304 Principles of Radiation Protection
Radiobiology
3 cr
RS 302 Ancillary Imaging &
Cross-Sectional Anatomy
2 cr RS 305 Advanced Radiologic Physics 3 cr
RS 303C Clinical Radiography III  4 cr RS 306C Clinical Radiography IV 4 cr
Total Credits Junior Year Semester I = 12 Total Credits Junior Year Semester II = 13


Senior Year Semester I Senior Year Semester II
Social Science Elective  3 cr Humanities Elective 3 cr
BU 320 Foundations of Health Care Management 3 cr HD 300 Adulthood and Aging  3 cr
PD 307  Portfolio Development 1 cr RS 450 Senior Practicum  2 cr
RS 440 Senior Practicum 2 cr    
*Only 1 of the following will be offered
each semester:
*Only 1 of the following will be offered
each semester:
RS 410 Principles of Magnetic Resonance
Imaging (MRI)
3 cr RS 410 Principles of Magnetic Resonance
Imaging (MRI)
3 cr
RS 410C MRI – Clinical 2 cr RS 410C MRI – Clinical 2 cr
RS 420 Principles of Computerized
Tomographic Imaging (CT)
3 cr RS 420 Principles of Computerized
Tomographic Imaging (CT)
3 cr
RS 420C CT - Clinical 2 cr RS 420C CT - Clinical 2 cr
RS 430 Principles of Women’s Imaging 3 cr RS 430 Principles of Women’s Imaging 3 cr
RS 430C Women’s Imaging - Clinical 2 cr RS 430C Women’s Imaging - Clinical 2 cr
Total Credits Senior Year Semester I = 14 Total Credits Senior Year Semester II = 13


50 General Education Credits 1 credit theory = 15 hours (1:3)
1 credit lab = 45 hours (1:3)
1 credit clinical = 60 hours (1:4)
 70 BSRS Credits

120 Total Credits 




Last Updated: 12/2014 based on 2014-2015 guide