Health-Related Knowledge and Skills
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Augusta University

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Bachelor of Science in Health Information Administration

GSHU grants a Bachelor of Science degree in health information administration. The program is a "2+2," meaning the student completes the first two years at any accredited college of choice, and the last two years as a GHSU student. Students begin the GHSU program fall semester of their junior year. Students who complete the program are eligible to take the national registration examination to become a Registered Health Information Administrator. GHSU also offers a post-baccalaureate certificate program in health information administration to licensed nurses or allied health professionals or to those with a bachelor's degree in business or health care administration or computer science. For more information, contact the Office of Academic Admissions. Both programs are offered completely online. The Bachelor of Science degree program is also offered in an on-campus setting.

Degree / Award Level:   Bachelors
Program Availability:   Online   

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Augusta University

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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences with Major in Medical Sonography

The Diagnostic Medical Sonographer provides the supervising physician with diagnostic medical images and physiologic data by use of high frequency sound waves (ultrasound) to produce dynamic visual images of organs, tissues, or blood flow inside the body. Sonographers have extensive, direct patient contact that may include performing some invasive procedures. They must be able to interact compassionately and effectively with people who range from healthy to critically ill. Sonographers must be able to communicate and collaborate with physicians and other members of the healthcare team to provide the highest quality patient care. The Department of Medical Laboratory, Imaging, and Radiologic Sciences offers a bachelor of science in radiologic sciences degree program with a major in Diagnostic Medical Sonography. College students with no previous healthcare credentials may transfer 60 semester hours of liberal arts courses (junior transfer) to complete pre-requisite coursework.

Degree / Award Level:   Bachelors
Program Availability:   Online   

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Augusta University

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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences with Major in Nuclear Medicine Technology

The Nuclear Medicine Technology B.S.R.S. degree program is a 2+2 transfer program. Sixty credit hours of freshman and sophomore core courses are completed at the college of choice, after which the applicant applies to transfer to GHSU for the N.M.T. professional component during the junior and senior years. The programs are flexible to accommodate busy lifestyles. Clinical affiliates are located in Augusta, Athens, Atlanta, Gainesville, and Columbus, Georgia. Academic course work and clinical attendance require 40 hours per week, regardless of locale.

Degree / Award Level:   Bachelors
Program Availability:   Online   

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Augusta University

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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences with Major in Radiation Therapy

Radiation Therapists use high energy ionizing radiation to deliver a prescribed course of radiation to treat disease. The Radiation Therapist monitors the patient during treatment and provides emotional support. The Therapist's responsibilities include accurately interpreting, verifying, administering and recording the treatment prescribed by a Radiation Oncologist. The Department of Medical Laboratory, Imaging, and Radiologic Sciences offers a bachelor of science in radiologic sciences with a major in radiation therapy. Students must transfer 60 semester hours of liberal arts courses (junior transfer). Following is information for junior transfer students. For further information, contact the (http://www.georgiahealth.edu/Admissions/) Office of Academic Admissions. The Radiation Therapist is a member of the radiation oncology team who is responsible for delivering a prescribed dose of radiation to treat cancer and some benign diseases. Radiation Therapists have continual contact with

Degree / Award Level:   Bachelors
Program Availability:   Online   

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