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2022-2023 Online College Catalog 
2022-2023 Online College Catalog

Radiologic Science Administration (BSRSA)

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This program provides a baccalaureate degree for individuals who have completed an accredited Radiologic Science program.

The Radiologic Science Major includes advanced courses in Radiologic Science Administration.

Students may enroll in the ASRSA or BSRSA program while working through an approved Radiologic Technologist certificate program, but may not complete the degree program until official transcripts are received and verified to show that the student has earned enough credits in the certificate program to bring over the required block transfer credits for the degree.

Completing this degree program will enable you to:

  • Acquire a systematic body of knowledge related to the management of health care services
  • Apply acquired knowledge and skills to the effective management of health services
  • Identify and internalize appropriate standards of professional and ethical conduct
  • Develop effective leadership competencies
  • Develop effective skills for independent scholarship and goal-directed continuing education

 The Fast Track to Master of Health Administration  option is also available.


General Education Core Curriculum Requirements

The Leadership for Sustainable Communities (LSC) core is driven by its learning outcomes. LSC core learning outcomes are built on the premise that all graduates of Saint Joseph’s College of Maine (SJC) have the foundation to become leaders in creating a sustainable future. More specifically, we organize the LSC core learning outcomes around three areas:

  1. Development of Knowledge: Foundational Inquiry & Skills
  2. Sustainability of Communities and the Planet 
  3. Personal Growth & Professional Development

Moreover, the general education curriculum supports several of SJC’s Institutional Learning Outcomes.  Specifically:

  • Identify and apply the ethical and moral dimensions of their particular field of study;
  • Demonstrate effective communication skills in both written and oral formats;
  • Engage in responsible citizenship, social justice, and environmental stewardship;
  • Demonstrate critical thinking skills and the ability to analyze and evaluate information from diverse sources and perspectives.

General Education Requirements (42 credits)

Development of Knowledge: Foundational Inquiry and Skills (18 Credits)

Sustainability of Communities and the Planet (15 Credits)

Personal Growth & Professional Development (9 Credits)

Electives Radiologic Science Administration

Up to 50 approved semester-hour credits may be transferred from an accredited Radiography program.  Major elective courses may also be taken to meet the 120 credit requirement.

General Elective Courses

Additional courses (electives) to complete the required 120 semester-hour credits may be selected from any of the course offerings described in the catalog.

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