Online BS Completion in Health Sciences - Advanced Imaging

Completion of Kettering College's Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences degree, with an emphasis in advanced imaging, provides additional training in the field, as well as advanced skills, knowledge and values that expand the radiology technician’s role in the health care system. You'll gain in-depth knowledge and move toward the certification level in either sectional or vascular imagining.

A faith-based education provides opportunities for students to develop an understanding of self, the environment and one’s relationship to life and service. Service learning experiences, including international and regional medical mission trips, are available at various times through the school year.

All health sciences courses are offered online, with most modalities courses also offered online. Our flexible program allows students to schedule courses around work and family obligations. You may take only one course a semester, or attend full time to finish more quickly. Total semester credits required for the degree is 55-58 (depending on your certifications), which can be completed in as few as 18 months.

Courses from previous experience at regionally accredited college or universities may be transferred in to meet degree requirements.

Arts & Sciences degree core
(18-19 hours to meet core requirements)
These courses may be taken at Kettering College or may be transferred from other schools. See the Transfer Credit section of this website for more information.
Humanities (6 hours)  
Elective courses    
Religion (6 hours)  
RELP 306 Spiritual Dimensions of Death and Dying 3
RELP 316 Spirituality in Healing and Health Care 3
Mathematics (4 hours)  
MATH 215 Probability and Statistics 3/4
Social Sciences (3 hours)  
SOCI 375 Cultural Diversity in Health Care 3
BIOL 263 Sectional Anatomy (unless previously taken) 3
Health Sciences core courses
(18 hours required)
HESC 300 Introduction to Health Sciences Program 1
HESC 310 Health Care Economics and Finance 3
HESC 318 Introduction to Health Professions Research 3
HESC 340 Legal and Ethical Considerations in Health Care 3
HESC 348 Concepts of Management and Leadership in Health Care 3
HESC 415 Health Care Informatics Applications for Health Professions 1
HESC 435 Community Health Perspectives 3
HESC 481 Capstone/Senior Project 1
Health Sciences advanced imaging emphasis
(hours required depends on the certification)
ADIM 300 CT Theory 3
ADIM 304 Practicum (CT) 4
ADIM 328 Clinical Aspects of CT 3
ADIM 303 MRI Theory 4
ADIM 314 Practicum (MRI) 4
ADIM 428 Clinical Aspects of MRI 3
ADIM 310 VIT 3
ADIM 324 Practicum III
(vascular interventional technology)
ADIM 410 CIT (Pre-requisite to CIT is VIT certificate) 4
ADIM 434 Practicum IV
(cardiovascular interventional technology)
RESA 320 Cardiopulmonary Monitoring 3
ADIM 395 Variable Independent Clinical (optional) 1-4
Additional Health Sciences electives
(none required)
Electives are available based on the emphasis and health profession of the student. Advisors will assist the student in choosing the best curriculum emphasis, based on past health professional experience and future career planning. Students may take more than one emphasis and use these courses toward elective credit.