CE Course Credit

Courses taken through Midwestern State University's Radiologic Sciences Bachelor of Radiologic Sciences program are worth continuing education credits for the American Registry of Radiologic Technology and in Texas, the Medical Radiologic Technology (MRT) licensing board within the Texas Department of Health. 

For the ARRT, all of the following courses are worth 45 Category A CE credits each; the course must be completed within the registrant's CE reporting period:

D

RADS 3023 Adv Med Imaging Sci

I

RADS 4713 Med Ultrasound.

D

RADS 3203 Pathophysiology

D

RADS 4723 Principles of CT    

D

RADS 3213 Adv. Clinical Skills

D

RADS 4733 Sectional Anatomy

D

RADS 3313 Radiation Therapy

I

RADS 4743 MRI

D

RADS 3413 Cardio. & Interventional

D

RADS 4753 Mammography

I

RADS 3503 Research

D

RADS 4763 Mammo Quality Practice

D

RADS 3773 Radiobiology

I

RADS 4773 MRI Applications

D

RADS 3803 Intro to Nuc. Med Phys

D

RADS 4783 CT Applications ARRT

D

RADS 3833 Bone Densitometry

I

RADS 4813 Teaching Strategies

I

RADS 4433 Practicum

I

RADS 4823 Student Teaching

I

RADS 4513 Admin & Supervision

I

RADS 4833 Eval. Methods

I

RADS 4523 PACS in Radiology

D/I

RADS 4903 Selected Topics

I

RADS 4623 Rad. Quality Control

I

RADS 4923 Internship

I

RADS 4633 Cont. Quality Improv

I

RADS 4913 Applied Research 

I

  RADS 4643 Health Law

 

 

For the Texas MRT Board, technologists must obtain 24 credits in 24 months, at least half of those must deal with ionizing radiation and/or patient care (Direct Credit).  The other 12 credits can be any courses related to imaging and therapeutic sciences. The MSU RADS courses listed above with the letter D are direct credit courses and those marked with an I are indirect credit courses.