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The Mayo School of Health Sciences Radiography Program is six semesters and designed to be completed in 24 months.


Your course work will be taken at both Florida State College at Jacksonville and Mayo Clinic. First year classroom instruction is conducted on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm. Second year classroom instruction is conducted Tuesday and Thursday from 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm.

Clinical rotations

Clinical rotations are scheduled in several areas at Mayo Clinic and Mayo Clinic hospital Department of Radiology. First year clinical rotations are conducted Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00 am to noon and Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm. The student may elect to complete one observation rotation at Shands Hospital and one observation rotation at Wolfson's Children's Hospital.

Towards the end of the program, the student will be required to complete one week of 10 hour day shifts (7:00 am to 5:00 pm), 3 evening hours rotations (3:00 pm to 11:00 pm), 2 weekend rotations (7:00 am to 4:00 pm), and 4 night hour rotations (11:00 pm to 7:00 am).

The radiography program requires 2,832 contact hours for both classroom and clinical instruction. Clinical and classroom experiences will not exceed 40 hours per week. Weekdays are given off when weekend clinical classes are scheduled.

Course sequence

Prerequisites/Semester I

The student must complete 13 semester credits from the list below prior to applying to the program. The remaining prerequisite courses must be completed by the end of Semester I.

Semester I — August through December (16 weeks)
Course # Course Location Credits
BSC 2085C Anatomy and Physiology I FSCJ 4
HSC 1531 Medical Terminology FSCJ 3
MAT 1033 Intermediate Algebra FSCJ 3
ENC 1101 English Composition I FSCJ 3
BSC 2086C Human Anatomy and Physiology II FSCJ 4
PHY 1020C Physics for Liberal Arts FSCJ 3
CGS 1060 Introductory Computer Concepts FSCJ 3
  Social Sciences Elective FSCJ 3
  Humanities Elective FSCJ 3
Total Prerequisite Credits: 13
Total Semester I Credits: 16
Total FSCJ Credits: 29
Semester II — January through May (16 weeks)
Course # Course Location Credits
MYO 1125 Intro to Radiography & Patient Care Mayo 2
MYO 1175 Skeletal Anatomy Mayo 1
MYO 1200 Chest and Abdominal Radiography Mayo 1
MYO 1201 Upper Extremity Radiography Mayo 2
MYO 1105 Clinical I Mayo 8
Total Semester II Credits: 14
Semester III — May though August (16 weeks)
Course # Course Location Credits
MYO 1202 Radiation Physics I Mayo 2
MYO 1203 Skeletal Radiography Mayo 2
MYO 1206 Lower Limb Radiography Mayo 2
MYO 1115 Clinical Radiography II Mayo 6
Total Semester III Credits: 12
Semester IV — August through December (16 weeks)
Course # Course Location Credits
MYO 2209 Radiation Physics II Mayo 2
MYO 1204 Skull Radiography Mayo 1
MYO 2363 GI & Urology Radiography Mayo 2
MYO 2369 Computed Tomography Mayo 1
MYO 2215 Clinical Radiography III Mayo 6
Total Semester IV Credits: 12
Semester V — January through May (16 weeks)
Course # Course Location Credits
MYO 2308 Pediatric Radiography Mayo 1
MYO 2302 Radiation Physics III Mayo 2
MYO 2306 Quality Control/Radiobiology Mayo 2
MYO 2315 Clinical Radiography IV Mayo 8
Total Semester V Credits: 13
Semester VI — May through July (12 weeks)
Course # Course Location Credits
MYO 2447 Specialty Imaging Mayo 1
MYO 2409 Applied Radiography Topics Mayo 1
MYO 2415 Clinical Radiography V Mayo 10
Total Semester VI Credits: 12
Total FSCJ Credits: 29
Total Mayo Credits: 63

Transfer credit for previous general college course work may be accepted by FSCJ. This could reduce your academic load early in the program, but will not reduce the 24 months required to graduate. Transfer credit from other radiography program course work, which is specific to radiography, is not accepted.

Grading or evaluation

Mayo School of Health Sciences uses student evaluative tools that include:

  • Written examination
  • Demonstration of skills
  • Self-assessment exercises
  • Faculty reviews

Our system of evaluation provides students and faculty with a comprehensive look at individual performance. This allows faculty and administrative staff to direct students who are experiencing academic difficulty to the appropriate support resources, including tutoring programs and counseling opportunities. Students must maintain a scholastic average of C or better throughout the program. All academic policies are in complete detail in the student handbook available in the program offices.

Student pregnancy

Should the student become pregnant during the course of the program, she may elect to continue in the program with no interruption, request a partial leave of absence, or request a complete leave of absence. This may lengthen the program for the student. Complete details are located in the student handbook.

Curriculum enhancements

Mayo School of Health Sciences is committed to developing and maintaining the very best education programs. Changes may be made to the curriculum and other aspects of this program as necessary to assure the highest-quality training.

  • Nov 26, 2012
  • ART166605