Medical Imaging Technology
In conjunction with the School of Allied Health of Vanderbilt University, Belmont University offers a B.S. degree in Medical Imaging Technology.
Students who wish to complete Belmont University’s Medical Imagining Technology (IMT) program must complete at least 64 hours at Belmont to be eligible for application to the Vanderbilt portion of the program. Students will apply to the Belmont faculty coordinator in the last semester of their sophomore year. With the university coordinator’s approval, the student will be eligible to make application to the Vanderbilt program from Belmont University. Students must register for courses at Belmont University while attending clinicals at Vanderbilt University to be eligible for a B.S. degree upon completion of their clinical work. Students must complete 16 credit hours in the fall semester, 16 hours in the spring, and then a zero-credit course in their last summer of matriculation. During the course of the program, students will receive grades of “IP” until final completion of the program. The program coordinator will submit all grades each term. Applications require a formal background check, paid for by the student in the second semester of the junior year. Graduation from Belmont with a major in IMT requires acceptance into the Vanderbilt program and successful completion of all its academic requirements.
Background checks are now required 21 days before registration for Medical Imaging Technology courses. Contact the instructor for details regarding the approved process.
|Major in Medical Imaging Technology (B.S.)||Hours|
|General Education Core Requirements||58|
|CSC 1020, Introduction to Computer Science (3)||
|Major Requirements (Vanderbilt Portion of the Program)||31 1|
|PHY 4991, Vanderbilt Medical Imaging Course / Clinicals.
The course will be taken as a 15 hours block in the fall term and as a 16 hour block in the spring term. 2
15 and 16
|CEM 1610, General Chemistry I [General Education (4)]||0|
|CEM 1620, General Chemistry II||4|
|CEM 3410, Analytical Chemistry I||4|
|BIO 2110, Medical Terminology||1|
|BIO 2230, Human Anatomy and Physiology I [General Education (4)]||0 3|
|BIO 2240, Human Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
|CSC 1020, Intro to Computer Science [General Education (3)]||0 4|
|MTH 1110, College Algebra [General Education (3)]||0 4|
|MTH 1130, Pre Calculus||3 4|
|MTH 1151, Elementary Statistics for the Sciences||3|
|Minor Requirements (Physics)||21|
|PHY 1050, Freshman Physics Seminar||1|
|PHY 1110, Basic College Physics I or PHY 2110, General College Physics I||4|
|PHY 1120, Basic College Physics II or PHY 2120, General College Physics II||4|
|PHY 2230, Introduction to Modern Physics||4|
|PHY 2240, Introductory Medical Physics||4|
|PHY Electives (2000 level or higher excluding PHY 2110 or PHY 2120)||2|
|PHY 4015, Physics Senior Capstone||2|
1 The technical requirements and the first 16 hours of physics coursework in the minor are required for admission to the Vanderbilt portion of the program.
2 PHY 4991 represents the full-time status of the student during the ongoing clinical portion of the program taken at Vanderbilt University. Because of the ongoing nature of the clinical, IP grades will be given until final completion. At any time the student fails to make ongoing satisfactory progress in course/clinical work, such students will be remediated or removed from the program immediately.
3 BIO 2230 can be substituted in the General Education Core if one of the other options in the Biological Sciences General Education menu has not already been taken. In either case, BIO 2230 is required.
4 These courses are the minimum mathematics requirements. Higher-level mathematics courses such as MTH 1150, MTH 1210, or MTH 1220 may be taken as indicated by the mathematics placement exam.