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RAD 290: International Studies in Radiography

This course offers students in radiography the opportunity to use their radiography training in a new and exciting venue. Each year, students will travel to Peru to do field work and research on mummies, human and animal bones, pottery and other artifacts. The students will have the opportunity to compare cultural differences between Peru and the United States. The students will visit various historical sites within Peru.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; RAD 120 minimum grade "C-"

Credits
2
Lecture Hours
5
Clinical Hours
0
Lab Hours
25
Other Hours
0
Total Hours
30

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